Year 11 rights and respon.-quiz

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A quiz to help recap your unit 3.3.1- rights and responsibilities. Use it to revise!

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Year 11 rights and respon.-quiz

  1. 1. Rights andResponsibilitesRevision Quiz
  2. 2. Questions… Answers these either orally or write youranswers down in bullet points. Be as detailed as possible. Where an example is needed- try toprovide more than one.
  3. 3. 1) Name an exampleof a trade union
  4. 4. 2) Write down theprocess of making acomplaint in school
  5. 5. 3) Name the tax thegovernment puts onbusinesses whodump a lot ofrubbish
  6. 6. 4) What is FairTrade?
  7. 7. 5) What is Agenda21?
  8. 8. 6) State one thingthat businesses cando to be moresustainable
  9. 9. 7) State on legalright of a parent(school)
  10. 10. 8) State one moralresponsibility of astudent
  11. 11. 9) State legal rightsof an employee
  12. 12. 10) State a way inwhich trade unionshelps its members
  13. 13. 11) State anadvantage ofprivately fundedservices
  14. 14. 12) Define the term‘direct tax’
  15. 15. 13) What can thegovernment do toencourage thepublic to be moresustainable?
  16. 16. 14) How cangovernmentsencourage fairertrade?
  17. 17. 15) What is thename of the type ofaid that is givendirectly from thegovernment of onecountry to another?
  18. 18. 16) State ways wecan save energy inschool
  19. 19. 17) What is a moralresponsibility?
  20. 20. 18) What is a legalright?
  21. 21. 19) State ways inwhich our HumanRights are protected
  22. 22. 20) State thingsthat employers want
  23. 23. Answers…
  24. 24. NUTATLUnisonUniteVoice
  25. 25. Teacher/TutorHOD/HOY/Deputy HeadHead TeacherGovernors/Local Authority
  26. 26. Landfill Tax
  27. 27. An organisation thatensures thatproducers are paid afair amount of moneyfor their goods.
  28. 28. An agreement bygovernments toreduce waste andimprove theenvironment.
  29. 29. RecycleEmployees walk/cycleUse the internet forcommunicationinstead of paperTurn off unnecessaryitems
  30. 30. To receive a report once a year.To be informed of a detention 24hours in advance.To withdraw their child from sexeducation.To choose a school for their child.
  31. 31. To complete all the work tothe best of their ability.To not disrupt the learningof others.To complete theirhomework.
  32. 32. Regular breaksPaid holidayMaternity/Paternity leaveWritten contractMinimum wageHealthy and safe workplaceFair reasons for dismissal
  33. 33. Give advice to members.Negotiate with employers over pay andconditions.Act as a pressure group on government to getbetter rights for employees.Represent members in disciplinary action.Provide education and training to itsmembers.Offer financial help in major crises.
  34. 34. Competition drives up standards.Politicians can monitor standards.People can choose the service and payaccordingly.Companies provide a good serviceotherwise they will lose business.
  35. 35. A tax paid directlyto the government(e.g. Income tax)
  36. 36. Provide recycling bins.Media campaign about benefitsof being sustainable.Financial incentives for greenenergy (e.g. Solar panels)
  37. 37. Provide money to expand theFairtrade label internationally.Fairtrade Fortnight.Inpose low of no tariffs onproducts from LEDCs so trading iseasier for poorer people.
  38. 38. Bilateral Aid
  39. 39. RecycleStudents and staffwalk/cycleUse the internet forcommunication insteadof paperTurn off unnecessaryitems
  40. 40. What we should do to supportothers so they can enjoycertain rights
  41. 41. Expectations the law saysmust be met.
  42. 42. Universal Declaration HumanRights 1948European Convention onHuman Rights 1950Human Rights Act 1998
  43. 43. Keep sales upSatisfied customers that come backKeep costs downKeep quality upCompetitive pricesMeet customers’ needsWall-trained and motivated staff
  44. 44. By:http://www.tes.co.uk/MyPublicProfile.aspx?uc=2027038&event=21

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