A fully resourced interactive teaching programme of 3 modules facilitating open debate and critical thinking on issues central to a healthy, democratic and integrated society – one which rejects the ideologies of all extremists.
DETAILED LINE-BY-LINE DELIVERY NOTES WITH BEST PRACTICE ADVICE
DVD WITH THREE EPISODES
AVAILABLE AS A TEACHING PACK
(B) IN PROCESS: LINKAGE OF TEACHING MODULES TO UK-WIDE CURRICULA
LEARNING OBJECTIVES FOR ALL THREE MODULES
Lesson plan 1: Learning Outcomes/Objectives: By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to: Know what extremism is.Understand there are different types of extremism – violent and non violent. To examine the methods extremists use to persuade people to join their causes – specifically, propaganda.
Lesson plan 2: Learning Outcomes/Objectives: By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to: To know how to identify people with extremist views. Understand how people could be influenced to develop extremist views, with specific reference to grooming. Evaluate what would be the appropriate action to take in dealing with people they suspected of developing extremist views.
Lesson plan 3: Learning Outcomes/Objectives: By the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to: Be more aware of how to express their views within the law Understand their rights, responsibilities and consequences of their actions Reflect on how to exercise their freedom of speech and actions within a democratic society