The best-selling 'This is Citizenship' course has been revised and updated to provide a structured programme of flexible activities which cover all the key concept, range and content requirements of the revised Citizenship national curriculum. This is Citizenship 2 Teacher's Resource Book fully supports the This is Citizenship 2 Pupil's Book second edition through: - A comprehensive introduction to the series which shows how it forms a progressive programme of study for Key Stage 3 and how all the elements link to the revised National Curriculum - Detailed notes on the activities in the pupil book to give extra support to non-specialist teachers - Worksheets to support the activities in the pupil book - providing opportunities for differentiation - Assessment activities and ideas for self- and peer-assessment opportunities.
Includes extensive notes on how to make the activities work in the classroom - ideal for non-specialist support.Fully supports all pupil activities and provides additional photocopiable worksheets for use with a wide ability range.Gives guidance on assessment and provides assessment activities as well as ideas on how assessment for learning can be fully integrated into the course.
Table of Contents:
IntroductionAbout the seriesUsing Pupil's Book 2Section 1 - Rules and fairness, rights and responsibilitiesHow does the law affect young people?Why do young people break the law?Why are young people attracted to gangs?What happens to young offenders when they are caught?The Youth CourtSentencingThe consequences of crimeInside a young offender's institutionReflectionActivity sheetsSection 2 - Local communities and local governmentWho can help with problems in your neighbourhood?Who makes the decisions that affect your community?Supermarket swoop! a decision-making role playDo you get what you pay for?What helps people get along together?What is a stereotype and why does it matter?The effects of rascismSchools and the communityReflectionActivity sheetsSection 3 - Human rights in a global communityInvestigating citizens' rights on Planet HoffWhat are human rights?It's a global world!European migrationRefugeesPress freedomComplaints against the pressSpeaking out!ReflectionActivity sheetsResources
About the Author(s):
Julia and Terry Fiehn are experienced authors and advisors in Citizenship Education.
KS3 PSHE Teachers