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BTEC Level 3 National Public Services

Lesson plan Week 11


Aim
to understand the concept of Human Rights and its impact on UK government policies and the public services
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AA = Assessment activity PPT = PowerPoint presentation This is a 3-hour lesson. Learning outcomes

AS = Activity Sheet SB = Student Book

E = Extension for Stretch and support

All learners will be able to identify the humanitarian rights of citizens in the UK. All learners will be able to outline the key humanitarian rights in the UDHR. All learners will be able to discuss where the principles of rights/beliefs and values originate. Most learners will be asked to put in order of importance the rights outlined in the Human Rights Act 1998. Some learners will be able to begin compiling notes for use during discussion of the different human rights. Tutor activity Welcome to the session and aims of the lesson written on the board Health and Safety check Every Child Matters check Register Learner activity Learners settle and read aims Resources Whiteboard/Interactive whiteboard PC/Pen drive Individualised activity/differentiation PLTS Functional skills

Timing/ content 5 mins Welcome

10 mins

Introduce task to identify learners initial knowledge of human rights and legal rights of citizens in the UK

Group activity / group discussions Those learners who complete the activity before others could be asked to put in order of personal importance to feed back to group

Interactive whiteboard PPT AS6 Human rights

Learners may be grouped deliberately according to stretch and support needs

TW EP

Speaking and listening make a range of contributions to discussions and make effective presentations in a wide range of contexts

Unit 1 Government, policies and the public services

20 mins

Outline Human Rights Act 1998

Formal lecture Group discussion

Interactive whiteboard PPT

Discussion Q&A

IE

Unit 1 Government, policies and the public services

10
Timing/ content 35 mins Tutor activity Introduce task: learners read and discuss the 30 articles of the UDHR and then determine which they feel are the 10 most important Learner activity Learners outline 10 chosen rights on flip chart paper and feed back so comparison can be made between groups Resources Interactive whiteboard Copy of UDHR for each learner Flip-chart paper, pens PPT SB Case study The right to protest 20 mins Beliefs/values and rights: where rights and responsibilities come from and how our social structure can influence those rights, beliefs and values Session Break Provide learners with scenarios to discuss Tutor-led activity, in groups Learners state how individual beliefs and values would cause them to react in the given situations 45 mins Supervise and monitor assignment work Progress with assignments Interactive whiteboard PPT Scenario sheets AS7 Target setting in the public services AA1.4 AA1.5 More able learners work on E3 IE SM Reading compare, select, read and understand texts, and use them to gather information, ideas, arguments and opinions Group discussion Q&A IE SM Tutor-led discussion Interactive whiteboard PPT Discussion IE SM Individualised activity/differentiation Group discussion Group feedback to other members of the group PLTS EP Functional skills Speaking and listening make a range of contributions to discussions
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20 mins 20 mins

BTEC Level 3 National Public Services

5 mins

Plenary

Learners listen and make notes

EP