Contents:REFLECTIONS FOR TEACHERS - A tool to help teachers reflect on the materials and pedagogies that currently and could in the future support facilitation of global issues lessons. ORIENTING LEARNERS TO THE GLOBAL ISSUE: MAINSTREAM AND MARGINALISED PERSPECTIVES - An orientation activity as an introduction to a global issue EXPLORING THE ISSUE - An activity that can be used to analyse a campaign directed at students (e.g. KONY 2012) BREAKING DOWN AN ISSUE AND IDENTIFYING KEY CHALLENGES - A series of three question sets to support students in their inquiries into a global issue RESPONSES AND ACTIONS CHECKLIST - A check-list that can be used after students have studied an issue in order to consider future implications of their conclusions. HANDOUTS FOR STUDENTS Developed by Dr. Karen Pashby (Manchester Metropolitan University) and Dr. Louise Sund (Örebro University and Mälardalen University)
Arts, Culture and Religion, Compassionate Values, Environment and Sustainability, Equality, Globalisation and Interdependence, Peace, Conflict and Justice, Politics and Government
KS3: ages 11-14, KS4: ages 14-16, KS5: ages 16+
Citizenship, Philosophy / P4C / Critical thinking, Spiritual, moral, social, cultural (SMSC)
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This resource contains guidance of how to teach about complex global issues and think critically about the sources of the issues, who they effect, and how they are being handled. It includes several through provoking and engaging teaching resources accompanied with student work sheets.