This is a set of worksheets for the students to demonstrate important information about a specific right or freedom according to the charter to rights and freedoms.
The students are grouped in pairs and are given a right/freedom.
The students are encouraged to research information about their selected right/freedom and will then brainstorm the facts they want to include in their presentation/protest poster. The students are encouraged to use a quote, a slogan, title and/or picture(s)/drawing(s) to show why a selected right/freedom is important.
The students will use the protest poster template worksheet as a rough copy before they re-create their protest poster onto a Bristol board poster to use during an oral presentation.
I have included a section for the students in a group to sign up, brainstorm ideas to put on the poster, a checklist to know what to do to complete the poster, a rough and good copy of the protesting poster template, a section to explain the right/freedom and a section to write about the reason(s) why the right/freedom is important.
When the students present their poster, the students will present facts to keep the right/freedom or ditch it/change it (need to find a replacement right/freedom).
N.B. no charter of rights and freedoms is included