How can we encourage more people to shop locally? (Part 2) Lesson 6 of 6
Key stage 3 (ages 11-14) • Finance & The Economy • Lesson and support materials
How can we encourage more people to shop locally? (Part 2)
This lesson is part 6 of a sequence of 6 lessons addressing the key enquiry: Why is the local economy important to society?
To conclude this scheme of work, students finish their blog post, poster, leaflet or letters encouraging more people to shop locally and present them to the rest of the class. In doing so, they raise awareness and further develop their Citizenship skills. Both the students’ action and their presentation can be assessed and a peer assessment reflection is encouraged. To end the lesson, students discuss the overarching enquiry question: Why is the local economy important to society?
Students will work towards answering the following questions:
- How well have you worked collaboratively as a group?
- How relevant, informative, confident and engaging are presentations?
- Why is the local economy important to society?
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