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Children’s rights

  1. 1. CHILDREN’S RIGHTS Lesson Handout GLOBAL/DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION By Maiki Hint
  2. 2. Form groups of 4 people and write your  NEEDS  WANTS
  3. 3. NEXT STEP Write the students’ answers on the board. Give them the list of Children’s rights Let them discuss the rights and then make a TOP 13 of it (to list what is the most important rights and least important ones)
  4. 4. Children’s rights  Adults should do what is best for you.  You have the right to live.  You have the right to think what you like and be whatever religion you want you want be. Your parents should help you learn what is right what is wrong.  You have a right to good health.  You have the right to make friends.  You have the right to collect information from radios, TV, books from all over the world.  No one should hurt you any way.  You have the right to food, clothes, and a place to live.  You have the right to education.  You have the right to enjoy your own culture, practice your own religion, and use your own language.  You have the right to play.  You should not be put in prison.  Noone is allowed to kidnap or sell you.
  5. 5. Read the story: “Charles’s story (It’s our right) www.oxfam.org.uk/education  http://www.unicef.org.uk/putitright/story.aspx?child=Charles&page=9
  6. 6. Write the following:  Yes, Charles has these rights  No, Charles doesn’t have these rights
  7. 7. Discuss: What rights does and should Charles have? What are the things Charles likes about his life? What does he want to do in the future? What things make life difficult for Charles?
  8. 8. The material source: www.oxfam.org.uk/education

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