Country Competition Lesson 1 Pwp

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Country Competition Lesson 1 Pwp

  1. 1. Create-a-Country COMPETITION The Ultimate Unification Bout A RIGHT ROYAL RUMBLE IN THE JUNGLE <ul><li>PLEASE FILL IN YOUR PASSPORT: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Name / Age </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Please get your passport stamped at the end of each training session. </li></ul></ul><ul><li>GET READY TO BEGIN YOUR TRAINING… </li></ul><ul><ul><li>You have the length of the song to learn as much as you can about the create-a-country competition . Fill in the gaps in your pack! </li></ul></ul>
  2. 2. Create-a-Country COMPETITION 11A -vs- 11C 11E 11H 11L 11N 11R 11S 11G Venue: Deptford Green School SE14 Rounds: 5 Title: DG Country of the Year 2008 The Ultimate Unification Bout -vs- -vs- -vs- -vs- -vs- -vs- Contenders A RIGHT ROYAL RUMBLE IN THE JUNGLE
  3. 3. Create-a-Country COMPETITION The Ultimate Unification Bout A RIGHT ROYAL RUMBLE IN THE JUNGLE Compete against other Year 11 classes to Create a Country where the most Citizens live! YOUR TASK
  4. 4. Create-a-Country COMPETITION The Ultimate Unification Bout A RIGHT ROYAL RUMBLE IN THE JUNGLE 1200 Citizens of Deptford Green THE JUDGES
  5. 5. Create-a-Country COMPETITION The Ultimate Unification Bout A RIGHT ROYAL RUMBLE IN THE JUNGLE YOUR PRIZE: £1 = 1 Citizen
  6. 6. Create-a-Country COMPETITION The Ultimate Unification Bout A RIGHT ROYAL RUMBLE IN THE JUNGLE Voting for the whole school will happen in week 5 . It will take place in Polling Stations in the Lower and Upper School Citizens have to pass a Citizenship test to join your country The country with the most citizens at the end of the week wins!
  7. 7. Create-a-Country COMPETITION The Ultimate Unification Bout A RIGHT ROYAL RUMBLE IN THE JUNGLE You have 5 lessons to create a country that Citizens will want to join! Every week you will create one of the 5 key features that will make people want to join your country. Each lesson will follow the same pattern…
  8. 8. THINK Learning about each key feature (like Human Rights) so you can make your country a very nice place to live. 30 minutes
  9. 9. DECIDE After you’ve learned about each key feature, deciding as a class what you want it to look like in your country - e.g. What will be the 5 top human rights in your country? 10 minutes
  10. 10. DO Splitting each key feature up into small tasks so everyone in the class can be involved in creating it… e.g. List your 5 human rights, explain your 5 human rights, give evidence to support your 5 human rights… Then, after the lesson, you can upload your features to the VLE (your experts can help with this). 20 minutes
  11. 11. Create-a-Country COMPETITION The Ultimate Unification Bout A RIGHT ROYAL RUMBLE IN THE JUNGLE <ul><li>The minimum requirement for a country: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>5 key features = 5 documents </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>One front page </li></ul></ul>
  12. 12. 2. System of government + elections 1. Bill of Human Rights 3. Rules + Laws 4. Services Here are the 5 key features: 5. Taxes
  13. 13. Create-a-Country COMPETITION The Ultimate Unification Bout A RIGHT ROYAL RUMBLE IN THE JUNGLE <ul><ul><li>BUT! </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>… there are loads of other things you can do to make your country lots more attractive to potential citizens! </li></ul></ul>
  14. 14. land where Here's what else you could do... Give your country a good name Make a flag for your country Write a slogan for your country Make a real national anthem Make a coat of arms Make broadcasts about your country using Youtube Make things for the voting week
  15. 15. Create-a-Country COMPETITION The Ultimate Unification Bout A RIGHT ROYAL RUMBLE IN THE JUNGLE <ul><ul><li>So, what’s the point of the competition? </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>It’s a different way of learning about politics </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>It means you get to learn all the things that might come up in the exam to do with Power and Politics </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>It means we get to do something special with year 11! </li></ul></ul>
  16. 16. THINK
  17. 17. <ul><li>Your BILL OF HUMAN RIGHTS </li></ul>What are human rights?
  18. 18. Human Rights – True or False 2 minutes
  19. 19. A right is… <ul><li>A basic need that everyone agrees all human beings should have, e.g. everyone has the right to life, or the right to free speech (in theory). </li></ul><ul><li>The most famous document about rights is called the Universal Declaration of Human Rights . It sets out the rights which every adult has. </li></ul><ul><li>The rights of adults are protected in UK law by the Human Rights Act. But not every country protects’ the rights of its citizens. What rights does your country believe in? </li></ul>
  20. 20. Human Rights – The World Tour Which countries don’t protect human rights?
  21. 21. DECIDE
  22. 22. 1. Use your knowledge to vote on the 5 most important human rights you want for your country. You have 5 votes.
  23. 23. 2. Who will make your ‘Bill of Human Rights’ document on the VLE? You will email your separate tasks across to them.
  24. 24. DO
  25. 25. Document 2: Your BILL OF RIGHTS For each human right, show evidence taken from real-life countries why you have given it that priority A/A* For each human right, give at least 2 reasons why you have given it that priority B List your country’s top 5 human rights in order of priority C Explain why human rights are important D Describe what human rights are F/E

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