This government and civics lesson asks students to learn about how organisations and groups of individuals can get involved through protest actions. Students reflect and question, engage with a fact sheet, research historical actions and engage with a scenario in this eighth lesson in a eight lesson unit plan on Getting Involved.
This resource is available in UK and US spelling versions and also comes with bonus presentation files which can be easily used with projectors or on devices.
This lesson is available as part of the Getting Involved Lesson Bundle
This resource includes:
✫ Extensive Teaching Notes
✫ A Knowing and Questioning Activity (with task cards in black and white and colour)
✫ Fact Sheet (in black and white and colour)
✫ Fact Sheet Summarising Worksheet
✫ 4 Research Tasks - 2 specific, 2 general (with task cards in black and white and colour)
✫ Scenario Activity (with task cards in black and white and colour)
✫ Separate presentation-ready file for different tasks
Lessons in this Unit Include:
1. Personal Values
2. Collecting Information
3. Why We Share
4. Sharing In The ‘Real World’
5. Sharing Online
6. Local Actions
7. Actions in Writing
8. Protest Actions
This resource contains two versions, one with US Spelling in Letter format, one with UK/Australian spelling in A4 format. Both versions are PDF files, 29 pages long. The presentation file is a landscape PDF file, 12 pages long
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✫Classroom Values Big Bundle - Explore the values of your classroom with this resource
✫Identifying Community Issues - Students look at what community issues might be concerning residents
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