This lesson looks at different identities and discrimination based in different or multiple identities. Using examples from the Voices and Visibility wallchart, the lesson asked students to find out about people who belong to more than one protected characteristic and encourages them to understand intersectionality. Downloads: KS3-PSHE-Intersectionality lesson plan KS3-PSHE-Intersectionality Worksheet KS3-PSHE-Intersectionality Teachers notes KS3-PSHE-Intersectionality-PowerPoint
Using case studies as examples, this lesson explores how stereotypes cause discrimination and causes people who don’t conform to expected norms can suffer from internalised discrimination. Downloads: KS3-PSHE-Internalised Discrimination lesson plan KS3-PSHE-Internalised homophobia worksheet KS3-PSHE-Internalised Discrimination
This lesson builds on work already covered in KS3 on gender. It introduces pupils to non-binary identities and the pronouns some people prefer to identify themselves by, whilst reminding them that identity is personal and it is your choice as to how you identify. Downloads: KS4-PSHE-breaking the binary PSHE Lesson KS4 Lesson 1 Breaking the [...]
This is the 2nd lesson in the PSHE series designed to eradicate homophobic, biphobic and transphobic (HBT) bullying in schools. Following up on the terminology given learned in lesson 1, this uses a FAQs format and an answer sheet to discuss terms and demonstrate how some terms are unacceptable and change over time. It also [...]
This PSHE lesson is the first of 10 at KS3 designed to eradicate Homophobic, Biphobic and transphobic (HBT) bullying. It sets out the terms used to describe sexual orientation and gender variance and explains why there are so many. It also uncouples sexual orientation and gender variance, asserting that the two are not connected. There’s [...]
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