A Practicial Guide to Teaching Citizenship in the Secondary by Gearon

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Perfect for college students and NQTs, this functional and available workbook is designed to enhance simple educating talents, and raise lecturers’ wisdom and realizing of training citizenship. packed with useful actions and fabrics to motivate clients to research their very own studying and function and underpinned with study findings, this own workbook could be written in on to offer an invaluable list of development. it is also case reviews, examples of present strong perform and a number of tried-and-tested options for concept and assistance. Complementing studying to educate Citizenship within the Secondary tuition, this workbook can be utilized as a part of an built-in direction or independently as a standalone self-study publication.

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By Gearon

Perfect for college students and NQTs, this functional and available workbook is designed to enhance simple educating talents, and raise lecturers’ wisdom and realizing of training citizenship. packed with useful actions and fabrics to motivate clients to research their very own studying and function and underpinned with study findings, this own workbook could be written in on to offer an invaluable list of development. it is also case reviews, examples of present strong perform and a number of tried-and-tested options for concept and assistance. Complementing studying to educate Citizenship within the Secondary tuition, this workbook can be utilized as a part of an built-in direction or independently as a standalone self-study publication.

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The good news is that I am still learning about citizenship content and improving my knowledge every day, but now it’s in the classroom. After accepting a place on to the Leicester University PGCE citizenship course, I received a very long summer reading list, and a list of all the subject areas I needed to be familiar with before the course began. I cried. I looked again at what turned out to be the entire knowledge, skills and understanding section of the citizenship programme of study; it was quickly apparent I had many weak areas.

And Rowe, D. (2000) Good Thinking: Education for Citizenship and Moral Responsibility, Volume 1: Key Stage 3. London: Citizenship Foundation/Evans Brothers QCA/DfEE (1998) Education for Citizenship and the Teaching of Democracy in Schools: Final Report of the Advisory Group on Citizenship [the Crick Report]. London: DfEE/QCA —— (1999) Citizenship Key Stages 3–4: Programmes of Study. , Thorpe, T. and Graham-Maw, M. (1998) Citizenship for All: A Wide Ability Teacher’s Guide. Cheltenham: Stanley Thornes/Citizenship Foundation Teacher Training Agency (2002) Standards for Qualifying to Teach.

What is distinct about each one? Can you see clear signs of progression at key stage 5 – post-16? What are the implications of this for your subject knowledge? 3 Subject knowledge audit Now that you are clear about the content of what you will be expected to teach, you can audit what you already know, and where the gaps in your knowledge are, against the same areas of expertise. Use the audit tool that is shown below to begin this process of mapping your knowledge. You can use it again at various points in the year as you make progress throughout your course.

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