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Subject area:
Stereotyping, Terrorism
Age group:
KS 3, KS 4
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Global Acts of Unity founder Mike Haines has devised this lesson plan and interactive presentation to help pupils learn about and discuss the sensitive subjects of terrorism, discrimination and diversity in the classroom. The resource can be adapted for use with 11-16 year olds, and supports the PSHE curriculum. The materials are designed to be used together during a two-hour session, to help children consider and discuss a wide range of themes around terrorism and the value of unity in the face of division.


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Lesson plan

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Interactive presentation

Use this resource on an interactive whiteboard or classroom computer and stop it regularly to explore discussion points.