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English Lesson: Coronation Street Stereotypes

Lesson Title: Coronation Street (Stereotypes) Subject:English Overview: Learning objectives Get students to: • give individual responses to a written text (AT 1 and 2) • develop inference and deduction (AT 2) • understand more complex sentences (AT 3) • look at humour in writing (AT 1 and 2) • examine stereotypes (AT 1 and 2) [...]

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Editorial Cartoons: Gay Rights

Editorial Cartoons: Gay Rights

Lesson Title: Editorial Cartoons: Gay Rights Age: KS3 Subject: English, Citizenship Overview: Activities will help students: understand how a cartoon uses idioms and puns (plays on words) to make a political statement interpret visual and written material in an editorial cartoon URL: http://www.tolerance.org/lesson/editorial-cartoons-gay-rights Country of Origin: US Misc: Related activities: Marriage Equality: Different Strategies for [...]

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Marriage Equality: Different Strategies for Attaining Equal Rights

Lesson Title: Marriage Equality: Different Strategies for Attaining Equal Rights Age: KS4/5 Subject: History, Citizenship Overview: This lesson focuses on the different means that the Constitution provides for people to bring about change. While each of the methods the lesson presents worked in the Civil Rights movement, all three are currently being challenged in the [...]

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Gender Variance Lesson Plan

Lesson Title: Gender Variance Age: KS5 (Could be adapted for KS4) Subject: History, Citizenship Overview: “The objective of this lesson plan is to teach students about the diversity of human sex and gender– both in terms of physically observable variations outside of a simple “Male – Female” model, and in terms of the many ways [...]

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Citizenship Lesson: Cycle of Oppression

Lesson Title: Cycle of Oppression Subject: Though listed as a Drama lesson with links, we have re-categorized this here as a Citizenship lesson. Overview: Learning objective To enable students to gain an overview of the world’s population (cross-curricular links with Drama, RE, PSHE, Geography, Economics) Key Stage:4 Country of origin: UK Date: 2009 Misc: This [...]

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