Rights and Responsibilities- Year 11 GCSE Citizenship

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Rights and Responsibilities- Year 11 GCSE Citizenship

  1. 1. Exam techniques…O List all the command words you will seein the exam… then define them…O Look at your 6 mark essay scores- howwell are you doing? Are youpracticed/ready for the examination?
  2. 2. 3.3.1- rights andresponsibilities…
  3. 3. ONLY 10 HOURSTILL EXAMWEDNESDAY MAY 22ND
  4. 4. Pre-starterO On your desks are some scenarios- whatwould you do?O Also- place a RED/YELLOW/GREENSTICKER ON YOUR TOP RIGHT COLARTO REFLECT YOUR LEVEL OFUNDERSTANDING OF R&R- 3.3.1
  5. 5. WHAT WE DOING/WHY?O KNOWLEDGEO COMPREHENSIONO APPLICATIONO ANALYSIS/LINK
  6. 6. REMINDER…O TO SPEAK TO ME WILL COST YOU 1 GOLDCOIN.O YOU MUST TRY TO EARN AS MANY GOLDCOINS AS YOU CAN…O YOU WILL DO THIS BY ANSWERINGOTHER PEOPLES QUESTIONS ANDGETTING QUESTIONS RIGHT FROM ME.OO YOU HAVE THE HELP DESK TOGO TO BE AN INDEPENDENT LEARNER…
  7. 7. What is a right?O A right is a privilege granted bya governing body that is writteninto lawO A right can be defended orchallenged in a courtof law
  8. 8. What is a responsibility?O A responsibility is a duty orobligation that is accepted, orput into action
  9. 9. What are legal rights/acts?O Law is a system of rules that areenforced by institutions. These lawsshape the way society exists as awhole. Law affects everything insociety and there are a number oflaws for individual elements insociety.
  10. 10. What are moral rights/acts?O Morality is a system that differentiatesbetween right and wrong. The morality ofindividuals can depend on philosophies,religions and cultures.
  11. 11. rights v responsibilities…O rights- what we should haveO responsibilities- what we should do
  12. 12. Moral rights ofStudentsMoral rights ofTeachersMoral rights ofParentsto have workhanded backon timeto provideresourcesneeded for alessonto be informedof misbehavior
  13. 13. Keywords…O rightsO responsibilitiesO legalO moral
  14. 14. Lesson 2
  15. 15. Moral Right V Responsibility…Moral Right Moral ResponsibilityTo have work have work handedback on timeTo speak out against bullyingTo have personal property respectedTo help anyone who is upsetTo work in clean, tidy rooms
  16. 16. Home-school agreement…O This sets out the rights andresponsibilities of students, teachers andparents.OTeachersRespons.Teach goodlessons and setsuitable classwork andhomework that wilbe marked andregulary promptlyParents’ or Carers’Respons.Check theirhomework diary.Take an interest intheir childrenswork and makesure it iscompletedStudents’Respons.Listen to teachersand work hard.Write allhomework andcomplete all work.
  17. 17. Legal rights in school/college…O There are hundreds of laws governingeducation and protecting the rights ofstudents, teachers, parents and schoolgovernors…
  18. 18. Governors…O School governors have the responsibilityfor choosing a head teacher, deciding onschool policies and making sure theschool has high standards. Parents,teachers, students and others such aslocal business people can become schoolgovernors…
  19. 19. T or F… All students have aright…O …to receive REO …to receive Sex EducationO …teachers have a right to punish studentsfor poor behavior to and from schoolO …to a free education
  20. 20. T or F… All teachers have aright…O …to insist school uniform is wornO …search studentsO …use reasonable force against studentsO …keep students in detention even ifparents objects
  21. 21. T or F… All parents have aright…O … to pick their childs schoolO … can withdraw their child from sexeducationO …receive at least one report on theirchilds progress each year
  22. 22. School reinforcement…O School rules…O Policies…O Diaries…Website…Noticeboards…
  23. 23. Complaints procedure…Bringtheproblemto theattentionof theTeacherHOD/HOY/HeadTeacherLegalActionOmbudsmanOFSTED
  24. 24. Example?O Bullying…O INFORMAL/FORMALO CIVIL action…
  25. 25. School Advice…O LEA website…http://www.wokingham.gov.uk/schools/O LEAs have a responsibility to offer adviceand support to citizens on issues such ashousing, education, trading standards,transport and availability of social care.
  26. 26. Direct Gov…O Official Gov. website- they should provideyou with advice on issues such astaxation, benefits, pensions, the schoolcurriculum, qualifications, energy savingetc…O http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/index.htm
  27. 27. 6 mark question…O ‘Complaining about the actions oforganizations that provide public servicesis difficult and usually a waste of time.’O - Explain key terms like public servicesO - Explain how a complaints processworksO - Use evidence to support your answer…

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