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  • Discuss what the quote means & how it relates to the second part of stage one – Direct pupils towards the mark scheme & explain the importance of this section in getting the highest grades. Discuss the importance of understanding lots of different views on the issue
  • Discuss each point as a class – Pupils to take notes on note pages (14-15)
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    • 1. “Those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything”3 • Clear aims set and citizenship concepts explained. 8 • Identifies and carries out clear strategies for gathering 9 information/data from different sources. 10 • Fully identifies the roles and responsibilities of self and others. Explores a wide range of views and opinions regarding the issue. • The text is legible. Relevant information is presented coherently, employing structure and style. Spelling, punctuation and grammar are sufficiently accurate to render the meaning clear.
    • 2. Lesson aims• To explain the importance of gathering a wide range of opinions on the issues • To list ways to gather a wide range of opinions on the issues • To decide on roles & responsibilities within your groups
    • 3. KEY TERM Contemporary:Modern, recent, at the present time
    • 4. What are the different opinions on abortion?•Your now have 2mins to use the classroom as a resourceand write down as many opinions as you can find on your notes page (14-15) •How else might you go about finding out different opinions on your topic?•Why is it important to look at historical & contemporary points of view? How would you do this? •Are there any specific groups of people whose opinions might be important for this topic?
    • 5. Booklet pg 10 Think, Pair, Share Think now about your own issue & complete a+bFeedback to your group and add more ideasContinue to add ideas as you hear from other groups
    • 6. Roles & responsibilities: You have 3 mins to individually complete the following sentences •My main qualities are… •My skills, talents & experience are… •The role I think I would best play in the group would be ?????? because…
    • 7. • Share your ideas with the rest of your group & complete the table on pg 12 (leave the role column blank for the moment)• Discuss the different roles needed and who you all think would be best suited to each
    • 8. HW