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A Jar of Pickles and a Pinch of Justice

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KS3/4 discussion guides for A Jar of Pickles and a Pinch of Justice discussion various professions in our society, corruption and homelessness.

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A Jar of Pickles and a Pinch of Justice

  1. 1. KS-3 AND KS-4 - CITIZENSHIP Read the stories in this book and identify the various jobs people do.� A JAR OF PICKLES AND A PINCH OF JUSTICE Did you find anyone in the stories who didn't have a job? Why couldn't he get a job? If someone were homeless whom do you think will help them? Can you do something about it on your own? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-38221721
  2. 2. KS-3 AND KS-4 - CITIZENSHIP Read the story Grey Elephants and Five Fools. A JAR OF PICKLES AND A PINCH OF JUSTICE What does a potter do? Do you know how they make pots? https://www.firstpalette.com/Craft_themes/People/pinchpot/pi nchpot.html What materials are used in making pots?
  3. 3. KS-3 AND KS-4 - CITIZENSHIP Read the story Grey Elephants and Five Fools. A JAR OF PICKLES AND A PINCH OF JUSTICE What does a�washerwoman�do?� http://www.howtocleanstuff.net/how-to-use-a-laundromat/ In today's world, where can we go to get our washing done? In the olden days, people washed clothes by hand. How do you wash clothes at home?�
  4. 4. KS-3 AND KS-4 - CITIZENSHIP Read the story�What's Fair? A JAR OF PICKLES AND A PINCH OF JUSTICE Why did the sentry ask for a bribe? https://www.transparency.org/country What is bribe? Why is it wrong? What's the difference between bribe and corruption? Do you think corruption exists in all countries?

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