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By Gearon

ISBN-10: 0415367417

ISBN-13: 9780415367417

Excellent for college students and NQTs, this sensible and available workbook is designed to strengthen uncomplicated educating abilities, and raise lecturers’ wisdom and figuring out of training citizenship. jam-packed with useful actions and fabrics to inspire clients to research their very own studying and function and underpinned with examine findings, this own workbook should be written in on to supply an invaluable checklist of development. additionally it is case experiences, examples of present solid perform and quite a number tried-and-tested thoughts for thought and assistance. Complementing studying to educate Citizenship within the Secondary institution, this workbook can be utilized as a part of an built-in path or independently as a standalone self-study e-book.

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You may want to include this in the relevant section on the medium-term plan that you started in the first part of this chapter. The above activities started to develop your subject knowledge about specific topical debates but the National Curriculum also demands that citizenship teachers support pupils’ exploration of these issues through oral debate (QCA/DfEE 1999: 14–15). The following activity requires you to practise one way of modelling a presentation and marshalling of evidence in support of a viewpoint.

This can be enlarged and used as a teaching resource/display item. Developing this further Select one style of question and create a sequence of learning or a learning resource that helps pupils to tackle this style of question effectively. You can use ‘shadow marking’ (where you mark a sample of pupil work and then compare your assessment with that of an experienced teacher) to support your understanding of the requirements of specific sections of an examination. DEVELOPING AN UNDERSTANDING OF CURRICULUM MODELS Schools have adopted a variety of models for teaching and learning about citizenship.

Developing secure subject knowledge is a continuous process, particularly in a dynamic subject such as citizenship, where the themes explored will be influenced and informed by changes within society, politics and the law. 31 LIZ WEST OBJECTIVES By the end of this chapter you should be able to: • • Identify the different elements of subject knowledge that you need in order to teach citizenship effectively. Identify strategies to develop and consolidate your subject knowledge. WHAT DO YOU NEED TO KNOW TO BE AN EFFECTIVE TEACHER OF CITIZENSHIP?

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