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 concepts, range and content requirements of the revised Citizenship national curriculum. This is Citizenship 3 Teacher's Resource Book fully supports the This is Citizenship 3 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's Book to give extra support to non-specialist teachers- worksheets to support the activities in the Pupil's Book - providing opportunities for differentiation- assessment activities and ideas for self- and peer-assessment opportunities. This book is fully supported by Dynamic Learning - time-saving, quality teaching and learning resources available anytime, anywhere. Combining award-winning quality content with easy-to-use tools, it guides teachers and encourages students to develop, progress and achieve.
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 3Section 1 - Rights and responsibilities, justice and fairnessHuman rights and civil liberties - right or wrong?The Human Rights ActRights and the policeLaws on terrorismThe surveillance societyFreedom of informationEqual opportunities for all?Access for all?ReflectionActivity sheetsSection 2 - National government and national politicsWhat sort of country do you want to live in?Political partiesHow do you become a Member of Parliament?What does an MP do?What's going on in the Houses of Parliament?Pressure politicsHow is the UK governed?Does the monarchy have a future in the UK?ReflectionActivity sheetsSection 3 - Britain and the worldSolving global problemsBritain and the European UnionWhat's the point of the Commonwealth?What's the point of the United Nations?Why is it so difficult to resolve conflict in the world?ReflectionActivity sheetsResources
About the Author(s):
Julia Fiehn is a consultant to QCA on Citizenship at Key Stages 3 and 4.are experienced authors and advisors in Citizenship Education. Terry Fiehn has worked for QCA on the monitoring and assessment of Citizenship and is an associate member of the Citizenship Foundation.. They are both established authors of Citizenship teaching materials and textbooks.