Teach the 2014 Citizenship curriculum with confidence using Citizenship Education for KS3, a single-book course that matches the revised Programme of Study and was awarded the Association for Citizenship Teaching Quality Mark in 2015. With a clear structure mapped against the Programme of Study and a range of accessible, developmental activities, you can ensure continual progression in your pupils' knowledge and skills across the key stage. The expert author team have designed the activities to be flexible, for use on their own or as part of your scheme of work. This book: - Allows you to teach new topics covered in the revised Programme of Study with confidence - Promotes knowledge and understanding of the content through active learning - Provides activities that are accessible to all abilities and are easy to prepare and use - Works perfectly in combination with Dynamic Learning Teaching and Learning Resources to offer you a complete package of print and digital support Key Citizenship topics covered include the functions and uses of money and how the political system of the UK has evolved.
A resource pack for teachers of Citizenship, based on the direct experience of The Children's Society. The activities in the pack range from short classroom-based exercises to longer projects enabling students to work in the local community.
This text supports student teachers, NQTs and practitioners in implementing the Citizenship Order in secondary schools - to be introduced in September 2002. With a practical, clear focus, the authors provide an intellectual challenge; argument and evidence to help the reader come to an informed view on the complex and controversial issues in each chapter; well-focused examples; and strategies for use in the classroom.
A Practical Guide for Teachers of Pupils Aged 7-14
Author: Nick Clough
This clear and user-friendly text provides practical guidance on how to incorporate citizenship into the curriculum. It offers a wealth of teaching aids including: * tried-and-tested photocopiable materials * case studies * suggested teaching strategies * comprehensive reference and resource section. Nick Clough and Cathie Holden are fully experienced in the field having both taught in primary and middle schools and both now specialise in providing citizenship education courses for trainee teachers and practising teachers. This up-to-date book will help engage those teaching (and studying) the new requirement of Education for Citizenship at Key Stages 2 and 3, and along with lively examples of pupils' work and discussions of the changes to the QCA guidelines regarding citizenship, they provide a comprehensive and complete resource. It is also of immense value to curriculum coordinators and to those wishing to know more about the thinking behind education for citizenship.
Providing a wide range of flexible teaching materials that can be used in any context, this book includes photocopiable activities which build on active learning and group work techniques to support the main aspects of the PSHE and citizenship framework at Key Stage 3.
The Teacher?s Resource Books help teachers address citizenship education confidently and in a structured way Content is clearly linked to the non-statutory Framework for PSHE and Citizenship in the National Curriculum, and in Wales the community aspect of the PSE framework (ACCAC 2000) Provides themed lesson plans, photocopiable resource sheets and ideas for discussion and extension work Also gives detailed guidance on using the lesson plans, Flipover Books and Photopacks
Paula Cowan and Henry Maitles provide a thorough exploration of current debates and controversies relating to teaching controversial issues in primary and secondary schools. They also investigate the changing nature of this type of learning experience and explore its contribution to the curriculum, particularly history and citizenship education. Topics covered include:- What is the 'right' age to discuss controversial issues?- The Citizenship Agenda- Discussing Iraq with school students- Teaching the Holocaust in the multicultural classroom- IslamophobiaInternational case studies provide fresh insights and valuable student and teacher feedback into the teaching of what many perceive as sensitive and difficult areas. Reflective questions and activities encourage readers to really engage with the issues and annotated further reading suggestions provide links to useful resources. The supporting companion website provides more detailed additional information along with practical teaching resources for those looking to explore controversial issues in their own classroom.Essential reading for beginning teachers and teachers of citizenship and history, and education studies students exploring the teaching of controversial issues in the classroom.