LESSON 2 - ON BEING NASTY TO PEOPLE AND BEING NICE TO PEOPLE
Objective: To apply the concept of Positive Tolerance.
Starter: 5 minute discussion of the concept of Positive Tolerance without notes. Examples of the concept in action that students have witnessed since the last lesson.
Main part of lesson
Teacher discusses these with students – the record sheets are on-going and will change over time. The record sheets are aspirational and not a summative statement. They are not levelled etc. Class also looks at the target sheets etc.
The teacher ensures that the class can see how POSITIVE TOLERANCE, DIVERSITY AND DIFFERENCE AND ALSO ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP ARE INTERLINKED.
2. Students now go into groups and think about designing a POSITIVE TOLERANCE CHARTER FOR THEIR SCHOOL. Students should list all the ways in which
These lists could be at a variety of levels – tutor group; class, House/College/Year Group; Whole School; School Council; Governors, rewards/sanctions etc. The record sheets might help with their thinking (see KS3, KS4 record sheets).
Students should accept that a positively tolerant school starts with them! A tolerant world starts with them too – think global, act local! School Councils etc could take these finished ideas forward at a higher level for further discussion.
Plenary: DISCUSSION ON HOW WE HAVE
AND ARE CREATING A POSITIVELY TOLERANT SCHOOL TOGETHER!
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