This is Citizenship: Pupil Book Book 3

This is Citizenship: Pupil Book Book 3

By (author)  , By (author) 

List price: US$22.57

Currently unavailable

Add to wishlist

AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window).

Try AbeBooks


The best-selling This is Citizenship course has been revised and updated to provide a structured programme of flexible activities which cover all the key concept, range and content requirements of the 2008 Citizenship national curriculum. This is Citizenship 3 builds on the skills developed in This is Citizenship 1 & 2. It provides case studies and activities for use in Year 9, which look at the core themes of: 1. Rights and responsibilities, justice and fairness 2. National government and national politics 3. Britain and the world The classroom-friendly activities are carefully designed to: - be flexible for use on their own or as part of your own school-designed scheme of work - be accessible to all abilities and easy to prepare and use - promote knowledge and understanding and to develop the essential skills and processes - allow you to incorporate local initiatives which reflect the needs of your own school community.
The Pupil's Book is comprehensively supported by: - a Teacher's Resource Book which provides further help with differentiation and assessment - a Dynamic Learning product which provides all the resources from the Pupil's Book and Teacher's Resource Book, as well as additional resources, for use via an interactive whiteboard or data projector.
show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 104 pages
  • 213 x 276 x 7mm | 302g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • ill
  • 0340947152
  • 9780340947159
  • 1,170,351

Table of contents

Section 1: Rights and responsibilities, justice and fairness 1.1 Human rights and civil liberties - right or wrong? Developing your negotiation skills 1.2 The Human Rights Act 1.3 Rights and the police 1.4 Laws on terrorism 1.5 The surveillance society 1.6 Freedom of information 1.7 Equal opportunities for all? 1.8 Access for all? Reflection Section 2: National government and national politics 2.1 What sort of country do you want to live in? 2.2 Political parties 2.3 How do you become a Member of Parliament? 2.4 What does an MP do? 2.5 What's going on in the Houses of Parliament? 2.6 Pressure politics Developing your skills of responsible action 2.7 How is the UK governed? 2.8 Does the monarchy have a future in the UK? Developing your arguing skills Reflection Section 3: Britain and the world 3.1 Solving global problems 3.2 Britain and the European Union 3.3 What's the point of the Commonwealth? 3.4 What's the point of the United Nations? 3.5 Why is it so difficult to resolve conflict in the world? Developing your mediation skills Reflection Glossary Index
show more

About Terry Fiehn

Julia and Terry Fiehn are experienced authors and advisors in Citizenship Education.
show more