Learners will be discussing a range of opinions in relation to homosexuality and the rights of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual (LGB) people; in particular they will be thinking about homophobic bullying in schools and about ongoing debates concerning same-sex parenting and adoption. They will have previously considered things like the influence of the media on […]
By using the life of Alan Turing as a basis for research, students will develop ICT skills in PowerPoint or Publisher by creating digital posters. The main aim of the lesson if for learners to recognise the intended audience of their work and to adjust and adapt the use and presentation of ICT appropriately. All […]
This KS4 Citizenship lesson poses questions to learners after indepth research activities such as: Should our government ‘interfere’ with human rights policy on other countries? Should we enforce basic human rights in other countries? Should other countries be able to decide for themselves how they want their own people to be treated? Is it acceptable […]
By using a track from the film Priscilla Queen of the Dessert, learners are given the opportunity to explore the varied elements of disco music. In using the film as case study for the music, learners are also afforded the opportunity to learn about the definition of Trans.
This lesson provides learners an opportunity to study the work of gay artists Gilbert and George. It will require them to produce a piece of drawing in the style of Gilbert and George
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