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Exploring Beliefs, Values and Opinions

Related section of pack:  What is Citizenship?

Aim: To discuss beliefs, values and opinions, to teach citizenship vocabulary; to write sentences (higher level); to practise clothes and colours (lower level); to practise simple verbs in the present continuous (lower level)

Materials: NIACE Citizenship Pack page 25

Additional worksheets 1,2, 3 and sheet with matching phrases

ESOL level: Access 3 - Intermediate 1

SCQF level: 3 - 4

Time: 3 hours (2 x 1 and a half hour sessions)

Preparation: Photocopies of p25 & the worksheets

In class:

1.)

(10 minutes) Pre-teach:

neighbour

global environment

charity

campaign

volunteer

2.)

Give all students page 25 and ask them to spend a few minutes talking about the pictures in groups.

3.)

Localise the pictures e.g. Which park could this be in Dundee? Where can you give blood in Dundee? Do you know any charity shops in Dundee?

4.)

(15 minutes) Discuss what is happening in pictures literally e.g. what is he/she doing? And in terms of citizenship e.g why does a good citizen give blood?  For lower level students check colours, clothes, simple verbs in present continuous e.g What is he/she wearing? What colour is it? What is he/she picking up? etc.

5.)

Match the phrases on sheet with the pictures (in groups) and check answers(10 minutes)

6.)

(20 minutes) More able learners then work on writing sentences  (worksheet 1)

Lower level students work on colour / clothes worksheet (worksheet 2) and gap text exercise (worksheet 3) [20 minutes]

7.)

Tutor circulates, checking and helping.

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