Activities for Teaching Citizenship in Secondary Schools

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Psychology Press, 2000 - Education - 210 pages
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Accompanying Developing Citizenship in Schools, but also fully stand-alone, this is a resource for busy teachers. It features detailed lesson plans and schemes of work to assist them with developing citizenship in their teaching activities. With the introduction of a new curriculum in 2000, citizenship education is a key issue for all teachers. This practical guide provides activities for use in teaching, and includes lesson plans, photocopiable work sheets and guides to further resources.

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Management issues 10
Some generic methods of teaching citizenship 23
Teaching citizenship in subject lessons 41
English 61
Maths 76
Science 94
History 118
Modern foreign languages 130
Religious education or philosophy and belief 138
Art and music 157
Drama 169
Design and technology 189
Business studies Key Stage 4 198
References 204

Geography 108

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Stephen Turner is Graduate Professor at the University of South Florida, USA.

Patricia A. Baker is Head of Classical and Archaeological Studies at the University of Kent. She was made a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries in 2006. She is an active field archaeologist and has participated in excavations in the United States, United Kingdom, and Italy. She is currently working on a project in Monte San Martino ai Campo, Trentino, Italy, a multi-period site dating from the Iron Ages to the Middle Ages. She is author of Medical Care for the Roman Army on the Rhine, Danube and British Frontiers in the First, Second and Early Third Centuries AD and editor of Medicine and Space: Body, Buildings and Borders in the Classical and Medieval Traditions, Practitioners, Practices and Patients: New Approaches to Medical Archaeology and Anthropology and TRAC 98: The Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference Proceedings 1998.

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