Tolerance and Empathy in Today's Classroom: Building Positive Relationships within the Citizenship Curriculum for 9 to 14 Year Olds
Publication Year: 2006
Tolerance and Empathy in Today's Classroom is an activity-based teacher's guide to fostering positive group interaction through imagined experience and discussion at Key Stages 2 and 3 (age 7 to 14). In a series of interactive workshops, each one providing a context, a scenario and a list of characters, pupils are invited to engage in discussion, debate and negotiation to solve problems and meet challenges. The primary focus is the promotion of tolerance, empathy and cooperation, as prescribed in the non-statutory framework for PSHE and Citizenship. Key transferable skills in oracy, enquiry and problem-solving are introduced and practised through each role-play, with - specific links to the National Curriculum attainment targets for Speaking and Listening- suggestions for extensive cross-curricular work. The scenarios include local, national ...
- Front Matter
- Back Matter
- An Equitable Discourse
- Rebuilding Group Dynamics
- Creating a Vision Statement
- Re-establishing Group Values
- Making Pledges
- How to Use the Materials
- Context and Scenario (Context Builder Cards)
- Distributing Roles (Character Cards)
- Lesson Plans
- Intermediate Task
- Follow-up Activities
- Curriculum Overview
- Preliminary Lessons
- Lesson 1: Writing a Vision Statement
- Lesson 2: Establishing Group Values
- Lesson 3: Making Pledges
- Year 5 Unit 1: Playground Plans
- Year 5 Unit 2: Mind the Bumps
- Year 5 Unit 3: Bike Ride, Anyone?
- Year 6 Unit 4: Bad Weather
- Year 6 Unit 5: Last Train to Paxton
- Year 6 Unit 6: Olympic Bid
- Year 7 Unit 7: The Curtain Falls
- Year 7 Unit 8: Brookwood Motors Inc.
- Year 7 Unit 9: Star Struck
- Year 8 Unit 10: A New Chapter
- Year 8 Unit 11: High Tides
- Year 8 Unit 12: A Modern Revolution
- Year 9 Unit 13: Early Start
- Year 9 Unit 14: Under One Roof
- Year 9 Unit 15: Brave New World
© Andrew Hammond 2006
First published 2006
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This is an activity-based teacher's guide to fostering positive group interaction through imagined experience and discussion at Key Stages 2 and 3. In a series of interactive workshops, each one providing a context, a scenario and a list of characters; pupils are invited to engage in discussion, debate and negotiation to solve problems and meet challenges. The primary focus at all times is the promotion of tolerance, empathy and cooperation, as prescribed in the programme of study and non-statutory guidelines for PSHE and Citizenship. Key transferable skills in oracy, enquiry and problem-solving are introduced and practised through each role-play, with specific links to the National Curriculum attainment targets for Speaking and Listening, and suggestions for extensive cross-curricular work.
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