Understanding Citizenship by Tony Thorpe


Understanding Citizenship by Tony Thorpe

Produced in partnership with the Citizenship Foundation, the 'Understanding Citizenship' series has been revised and updated to meet the content requirements of the 2008 revised Key Stage 3 National Curriculum. This three-book course and brand new teacher support material aids the teaching and learning of Citizenship in a stimulating and relevant way and provides: A complete, straightforward and up-to-date course of study for the teaching and learning of Key Stage 3 Citizenship Brand new material on 'Britishness' and Identity and what this means for young people in Britain today A progressive approach that builds on the interests of young people and features topical case studies and issues to bring key citizenship themes to life Imaginative and interesting activities which develop key knowledge and understanding and stimulate the critical thinking skills of discussion and enquiry. The series comprises of a pupil's book for each year of the Key Stage and is accompanied by a brand new teacher book which fully supports the teaching and learning of the course.

About the Author

Tony Thorpe is a freelance writer and consultant for the Citizenship Foundation.

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72 pages


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Publication date

27th June 2008



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