100+ Ideas for Teaching Citizenship
This book offers more than 100 ideas to inspire your lesson planning, engage students in lessons, carry out effective assessment and many other tips and activities to make life a bit easier for Citizenship Education teachers in both Secondary and Primary schools.
This edition includes activities on:
• The international banking crisis
• Immigration and migration
• The recent elections in the UK, EU and USA
and updated material on:
• Legislation, curriculum changes, technology, reports and research
• Professional development opportunities and teacher training
• Citizenship Education across the world
100+ ideas for Teaching Citizenship includes more practical ideas for use in the classroom, whole school and community, and is an invaluable dip-in resource for teachers of Citizenship Education for students aged 5-19.
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SECTION 2 Key Goals for Citizenship
SECTION 3 Dimensions and Debates
SECTION 4 UK and International Governmental Bodies
SECTION 5 Education OrganizationsNGOs
SECTION 6 What Can I Do to Promote the Following ?
SECTION 7 What Can I Do to Teach Citizenship Through ?
SECTION 8 Whole School Approaches
SECTION 9 What Can I Do to Set Up and Run a School Council?
SECTION 10 What Can I Do to Set Up a Mock Election?
SECTION 11 Citizenship Lessons
SECTION 12 What Can I Do to Assess Students?
SECTION 13 Examinations
SECTION 14 Learning from Others
SECTION 15 Professional Development
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