How can I become a rights investigator? Lesson 4 of 6
Key stage 3 (ages 11-14) • Active Citizenship • Lesson and support materials
How can I become a rights investigator?
This lesson is part 4 of a sequence of 6 lessons addressing the key enquiry: What role can I play in making our school a fairer place?
Students begin work on their own investigation into rights within school. This is a real opportunity for student voice – for students to research an issue and present their findings to a changemaker in school. The particular focus of this lesson is research. Students are introduced to primary and secondary research, consider different ways of gathering information in relation to a particular right in school, and come up with an action plan for how to put this into practice.
Students will work towards answering the following questions:
- What are the steps in an investigation?
- Why do we carry out research?
- What is the difference between primary and secondary research?
- How can we find out what’s happening in school?
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