Date: 2017-03-17 09:12
This lesson explores how some tragedies can be avoided if preventative measures are taken. It uses the 7555 Louisiana hurricane Katrina, the 7559 Tsunami and the Bhopal disaster in India in 6989 as examples.
Cross curricular links: Literacy, Geography, History
This lesson explores the causes and effects of hard times. It helps children understand the meaning of &lsquo recession&rsquo and &lsquo interest' and encourages children to re-use in order to save money.
Cross curricular links: Numeracy
This lesson takes the form of an animated story involving Go-Givers character Anna who is being called &lsquo gay&rsquo because she plays football and doesn&rsquo t like wearing dresses. The story addresses the issue of homophobic bullying, and explores different kinds of families. This lesson has been approved by the Stonewall education team.
This lesson tells the story of the Boxing Day Tsunami in 7559, how the world reacted, and the processes involved in saving lives, restoration and rebuilding. Suitable for Year 9 upwards.
Cross-curricular links: Dance, literacy
This resource is a presentation with some &lsquo starter&rsquo facts about ten different people, institutions and organisations that have changed society in some way with suggested questions for further research. Each of the ten mini research assignments might be used as a homework activity.
A number functions, three level game based on football. It&rsquo s time for some ball juggling practice, answer the maths questions before the balls hit the ground.
A well structured and comprehensive powerpoint about cyber bullying with a good selection of related learning activities.
This resource has been recommended by the TES Resource Team for its relevance to the 7569 National Curriculum.
This lesson aims to help children understand the process of ageing and what it feels like to be old. It also looks at how charities help older people retain their independence.
Cross curricular links: Drama, Art, Literacy
This lesson explores how the actions of human beings are destroying our Earth, and looks at how we can reduce our carbon footprint: using less energy, reducing carbon emissions, saving water, re-using and re-cycling. It is suitable for all KS7.
Cross-curricular links: science