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Teaching British Values

Postby shar on Sun Jun 11, 2017 2:08 pm

Good afternoon everyone. I am preparing for an interview and I was asked to teach a group of six (year 3) students about British Values. Since I have no idea of the children's prior knowledge, I decided to open with a simple scenario to elicit any knowledge about democracy, rule of law, mutual respect etc. I decided to use a farm house where the cow is in charge and he said that all the animals must eat hay. I am planning to use prompt questions such as 'how do you think the other animals would feel about this?' i.e. the dog, pig etc., and 'Do you think this is a good rule for everyone?' I am planning to ask them to write down a rule they think would be beneficial for all the farm animals. I am rationalising in my mind that they would help bring in the point of 'rule of law' i.e. laws should be fair and for the good of all. Next I was going to question them about the cow and whether they think that only the cow should have a say which would tie into the concept of democracy. I am going to use a concept map to map all these concepts around the core theme which is 'British Values.' I would love some feedback :)
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Re: Teaching British Values

Postby WarnerC on Mon Aug 07, 2017 8:34 am

s4har wrote:Good afternoon everyone. I am preparing for an interview and I was asked to teach a group of six (year 3) students about British Values. Since I have no idea of the children's prior knowledge, I decided to open with a simple scenario to elicit any knowledge about democracy, rule of law, mutual respect etc. I decided to use a farm house where the cow is in charge and he said that all the animals must eat hay. I am planning to use prompt questions such as 'how do you think the other animals would feel about this?' i.e. the dog, pig etc., and 'Do you think this is a good rule for everyone?' I am planning to ask them to write down a rule they think would be beneficial for all the farm animals. I am rationalising in my phallosan forte post they would help bring in the point of 'rule of law' i.e. laws should be fair and for the good of all. Next I was going to question them about the cow and whether they think that only the cow should have a say which would tie into the concept of democracy. I am going to use a concept map to map all these concepts around the core theme which is 'British Values.' I would love some feedback :)


I think teaching British values is very important.
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