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Geography: Demographics – why move to the city?

This lesson is based around the stories for John, Paul and Sally, who each describe their reasons for becoming involved with the Joyce Layland LGBT Youth Centre in Manchester. This lesson usualises and actualises LGB people Learning Objectives: LO1 Cultural understanding and diversity – a) Appreciating the differences and similarities between people, places, environments and [...]

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Wikipedia Timeline of LGBT History

www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_LGBT_history This is a timeline of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) related history, starting from around the 10th millennium BC to present day.Contains dates many homophobic laws were made/repealed in various countries. From Key Stage 4 for students to navigate. Bits can be selected for use at lower key stages. Some use for all [...]

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Ideas and Suggestions: Urban/Migration Geographies

Brief ideas and suggestions for Geography under these headings: Urban geographies: City Case studies Migration geographies: Rural/Urban migration Tourism These ‘further ideas’ in Geography were part of the Terrance Higgin’s Trust 2009 resource ‘Out in School’ which you can download here. Be aware that the pack came with a CD ROM containing PowerPoints to go [...]

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KS3 GEOGRAPHY LESSON 1 – Lesson Plan Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter

← The Education Equality Curriculum Guide: Supporting teachers in tackling homophobia in school”. Northern Ireland This Guide was written and compiled by Joanna Cowley, a former teacher and Cara-Friend’s Education Training Officer.

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Cross Curricular Ideas: Heteronormativity, Stereotypes and Myths

“These ideas could form the basis of lessons in Geography, Citizenship, Sociology, Science, [History] ICT or Media Studies – or be used as the basis for drama exercises. Hopefully these suggestions, and the others in this resource, will also inspire you to devise more lessons of your own.” This  was part of the Terrance Higgin’s [...]

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