How united is the United Kingdom?<br />
How united is the United Kingdom?<br />Learning Objectives:<br />To recognise the different parts that make up the UK<br /...
Starter<br />Listen to the following clips of anthems from different parts of the UK.<br />Which part of the UK might it r...
A large island made up of England, Scotland and Wales<br />
A nation made up of England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales<br />
All the islands that make up the UK, and the Republic of Ireland<br />
Where are they?<br />Decide whether the places on the following slide would be in Great Britain, the UK or British Isles o...
Republic of Ireland<br />Cardiff<br />Scotland<br />Wales<br />Dublin<br />London<br />
National Anthems<br />In your group, read through the lyrics of the anthem you have been given.  Try to answer the followi...
How united is the United Kingdom?<br />Read through the card you have been given.  Make (brief) notes about what the perso...
Homework<br />The Queen wants a new National Anthem!!<br />Look at the words of the current national anthem.  What changes...
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British or European 2: How united is the United Kingdom?

  1. 1. How united is the United Kingdom?<br />
  2. 2. How united is the United Kingdom?<br />Learning Objectives:<br />To recognise the different parts that make up the UK<br />To develop understanding of the different identities within the UK through images, music and words.<br />Key Words:<br />United Kingdom<br />Great Britain<br />British Isles<br />
  3. 3. Starter<br />Listen to the following clips of anthems from different parts of the UK.<br />Which part of the UK might it relate to? <br />Where might you have heard these anthems? <br />
  4. 4. A large island made up of England, Scotland and Wales<br />
  5. 5. A nation made up of England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales<br />
  6. 6. All the islands that make up the UK, and the Republic of Ireland<br />
  7. 7.
  8. 8. Where are they?<br />Decide whether the places on the following slide would be in Great Britain, the UK or British Isles or more than one of these.<br />Draw an arrow to the correct place on the Venn diagram<br />
  9. 9. Republic of Ireland<br />Cardiff<br />Scotland<br />Wales<br />Dublin<br />London<br />
  10. 10. National Anthems<br />In your group, read through the lyrics of the anthem you have been given. Try to answer the following questions;<br />What is the anthem saying about the place?<br />What is the tone of the music?<br />Be prepared to feed back to the rest of the class.<br />
  11. 11. How united is the United Kingdom?<br />Read through the card you have been given. Make (brief) notes about what the person on the card is saying;<br />Are they for or against the UK?<br />Why do they hold this opinion?<br />What do these opinions tell us about identity within the UK? Does everyone in the UK feel ‘British’ or ‘English’?<br />Put the subtitle ‘How united is the United Kingdom?’and write a couple of sentences to sum up the opinions on identity.<br />
  12. 12. Homework<br />The Queen wants a new National Anthem!!<br />Look at the words of the current national anthem. What changes might you want to make? <br />

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