How can we be advocates for those we think have the most power and influence? Lesson 5 of 6
Key stage 3 (ages 11-14) • Active Citizenship • Lesson and support materials
How can we be advocates for those we think have the most power and influence?
This lesson is part 5 of a sequence of 6 lessons addressing the key enquiry: Community volunteers or social media influencers – who has the most power and influence?
Continuing their work from last lesson, students reflect on how their advocacy work can make a difference to the community. They explore how to complete a piece of work to contribute to an exhibition about people who are influential in their community. Throughout this lesson there is a strong emphasis on Citizenship skills and putting into practice learning from earlier in the scheme of work.
Students will work towards answering the following questions:
- How can you make a difference with your advocacy work?
- How can you use your Citizenship skills to research and produce a piece of work with a lasting impact?
- Which individuals have power and influence in today’s society?
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