Includes CD-Rom Tolerance and Empathy in Today's Classroom is an activity-based teacher's guide to fostering positive group interaction through imagined experience and discussion for children aged 9 to 14. In a series of interactive workshops, each one providing a context, a scenario and a list of characters, pupils are invited to engage in discussion, debate and negotiation to solve problems and meet challenges. The primary focus is the promotion of tolerance, empathy and co-operation, as prescribed in the non-statutory framework for PSHE and Citizenship. Key transferable skills in oracy, enquiry and problem-solving are introduced and practised through each role-play, with specific links to the National Curriculum attainment targets for speaking and listening, and suggestions for extensive cross-curricular work. Andrew Hammond is Head of English and KS2 Coordinator at St Andrew's School, Woking.In some Victorian schools for example, girls played in one half of the playground and boys in another! ... Write a diary entry that describes how you feel on the first day of term at the newly merged co-educational college. ... Curriculum Overview National Curriculum references Citizenship (KS3) 1g, 2a-c, 3a-c PSHE 1b, 2c, 3a -e, 3i, 3k English En1: 1a-g, 2b-f, 3a-b, 4a, 8a-c, 9c, 10a-b; NLS Text Typesanbsp;...
|Title||:||Tolerance and Empathy in Today's Classroom|
|Publisher||:||SAGE - 2006-01-03|