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This section contains free worksheets, flashcards, online activities and other educational resources to support the teaching and learning of Citizenship. Some resources are based upon the QCA Schemes of Work for PSHE and Citizenship at Key Stages 1 and 2.        

            

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Recommended Citizenship Book

     
Teaching Citizenship Through Traditional Tales

Authors:  Judith Hill

Synopsis:  In real life, choices between right and wrong are often not a simple matter. Children need to learn how to make balanced judgement based on consideration of all the facts. Often the safest environment in which to look in-depth at such issues is a fictional one. And one of the most appropriate genres of fiction for this age group is traditional tales. Working within the context of traditional tales enables children to express their own opinions and explore their true beliefs in a fun, safe and make-believe context. This book provides thought-provoking letters relating to a number of well-known traditional tales and around which discussion and writing can be focused. Through using the letters children are encouraged to explore: * concepts of fairness * the nature of right and wrong * the process of making moral judgements and decisions * human nature, motivation and relationships * value, power and uses of money * the ways in which different situations can be interpreted and how their own views are informed by their own experiences.

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    Last Updated:  12th March 2006

            

First School Years - Citizenship