100 Ideas for Teaching Citizenship
The '100 Tips' series gives 100 invaluable and practical ideas for teachers of all levels.
Citizenship has recently become a compulsory subject within secondary education. Ian Davies gives teachers 100 practical ideas on how to incorporate citizenship into all aspects of teaching.
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SECTION 2 Organizations
SECTION 3 Teaching citizenship
SECTION 4 Developing students skills
SECTION 5 Wholeschool approaches
SECTION 6 Running a school council
SECTION 7 Setting up a mock election
SECTION 8 Citizenship lessons
SECTION 9 Assessing students?
SECTION 10 Government departments offices and agencies
SECTION 11 Examination syllabuses
SECTION 12 Learning from others
SECTION 13 Professional development
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