UK Law and Human Rights CITIZENSHIP WORKBOOK

UK Law and Human Rights CITIZENSHIP WORKBOOK

A 16 page workbook covering aspects of UK Law and Human Rights Topics include: UDHR Articles of the UDHR Human Rights Abuses around the World Human Rights Abuses in the UK Campaign groups Criminal and Civil Law Types of Punishment Assessment without levels exercises (assessing knowledge before and after module) Helpful PPT presentations
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Multiculturalism and Freedom of Faith in the UK WORKBOOK Citizenship

Multiculturalism and Freedom of Faith in the UK WORKBOOK Citizenship

A 20 page workbook including opportunities to assess without levels. Tasks /information to cover: The meaning of multiculturalism Immigration to the UK over the years Legislation which supports multiculturalism How immigration differs today The impact of migration How communities and migrants have to adjust Examine of variety and growth of religion in the UK Census analysis Looking closer at the six main religions How freedom of faith is protected by law UK exemptions (Sikhism) and tolerance Includes PPT presentation for Multiculturalism section The Freedom of Faith PPT (SMSC) is available on this site FOC
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Being British: Culture and Identity   Citizenship British Values WORKBOOK

Being British: Culture and Identity Citizenship British Values WORKBOOK

A 15 page workbook (includes a homework task and a research task) Uses 'Assessing without Levels' strategy (definitions at beginning and again at the end to measure progress) Gives an opportunity to examine/discuss: The British Isles The Concept of Britishness British Culture Perception of Britons around the World Famous Britons British Institutions Royal Family (tree) (Pics on additional sheet) National Anthem How other cultures influence us
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EXTREMISM and RADICALISATION Pupil workbook 24 pages

EXTREMISM and RADICALISATION Pupil workbook 24 pages

A 24 page workbook which begins with different forms of ACTION taken by campaign groups to force change (direct, indirect and illegal) Then work on the action taken by a number of groups: The Suffragettes, The IRA, THE EDL and ISIL/ISIS. The texts can be read alongside youtube clips or pupils can simply answer the comprehension questions. Pupils assess how 'EXTREME' these actions are after working on the definition of EXTREMISM. It moves through to TERRORISM and how terrorist organisation recruit young people, how people become RADICALISED and what you should do if you suspect someone is being radicalised. Small, individual tasks are included (mix and match tasks, colour-coded tasks, definition tasks and other puzzles. This definitely needs teacher input and I have tried to keep it as factual as possible but in as simple a form as possible. There will be a corresponding PPT added soon. A challenging topic that now needs to be part of the PSHE/Citizenship curriculum. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE SAMPLE PAGE VIEWED DOES NOT ADEQUATELY REFLECT THE CONTENT OF THIS BOOKLET BUT I CAN'T CONTROL WHICH PAGE(S) ARE SEEN AS SAMPLE CONTENT
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A Christmas Carol Teaching BUNDLE

A Christmas Carol Teaching BUNDLE

Resources to assess understanding of each Stave as well as starter exercises/quiz, plot sequencing task and 're-write the story' task. Also includes quotations PEA/PEE exercise
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SMOKING  Cover Lesson WORKSHEETS

SMOKING Cover Lesson WORKSHEETS

Information about smoking followed by simple tasks to check for understanding. Ideal as a cover lesson or to be given as worksheet Includes: Why people may choose to smoke Withdrawal Symptoms 'Ingredients' of a cigarette Advertising/promotion in the UK Nicotine
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CONSENT  Myths and Facts WORKSHEETS KS4 Sex and Relationships Rape

CONSENT Myths and Facts WORKSHEETS KS4 Sex and Relationships Rape

A number of activities for KS4 pupils to investigate/discuss myths and facts about consent. 1. Consent video clip (link attached) from Thames Valley Police (Tea and Consent)'Tea and Consent' though. It was actually created by Emmeline May (rockstardinosaurpirateprincess.com) 2. Using Facebook and Twitter formats to summarise the law in relation to consent 3. Distinguishing Fact from Myth (20 short statements) 4. Matching the myth with the fact (10 myths and the corresponding fact) My Year 11 classes produced a display for the classroom based on what they understood from these worksheets
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Storm on the Island by Seamus Heaney WORKSHEET

Storm on the Island by Seamus Heaney WORKSHEET

I use this with Year 9 They use 'POETIC' as a means to analyse any poem P=Purpose (why has it been written) O = Organisation (Stanzas, rhyme etc) E = Emotions (How does it make you feel?) T = Techniques (alliteration, similes. metaphors, sibilance etc) I = Individual words that have a specific effect C= Contrasts within the poem
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Drugs Alcohol and Smoking Workbook KS3

Drugs Alcohol and Smoking Workbook KS3

A workbook for pupils to complete on aspects of drinking, smoking and drugs. Lesson objectives, opportunities for peer and self assessment and a 'choice' of final assessment task included. Approximately 20 pages of activities This unit will cover: • Alcohol: Understand the term ‘unit’ and be able to calculate the units in an alcoholic drink • Alcohol: Discuss the Government’s recommendations in terms of alcohol consumption • Alcohol: Understand the effects of alcohol on the human body • Smoking: Investigate the ingredients of a cigarette • Smoking: Understand the term ‘passive smoking’ • Smoking: Understand the effects of smoking on the human body • Drugs: Distinguish between legal and illegal drugs • Drugs: Understand drug classification and their penalties • Drugs: Outline effects on the human body (common drugs)
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Rape / Consent Lesson starter activity

Rape / Consent Lesson starter activity

A starter activity for a lesson about consent/rape. Uses facts from Rape Crisis (2015) I have used this twice now and it promotes discussion amongst groups and very healthy debate about a very sensitive issue.
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