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Ethics and Philosophy

Below is the work set for remote learning when there is no work set on Microsoft Teams.

 

year 7 

term 1 (sept/oct)

 

term 2 (nov/dec)

 

Term 3 (Jan/Feb)

Islam

Instructions: Go to the National Oak Academy KS3 religious education   

  • Complete lessons 1 -13 on beliefs and teaching the National Oak Academy. 
  • Extension: Complete lessons 1 -13 practices the National Oak Academy.

 

Term 4 (Mar/Apr)

Buddhism

Instructions: Go to the National Oak Academy KS3 religious education   

  • Complete lessons 1 -13 on beliefs and teaching on the National Oak Academy. 
  • Extension: Complete lessons 1 -13 practices the National Oak Academy

 

Term 5 (May)

Non-religious world views

Instructions: Go to the National Oak Academy KS3 religious education   

  • Complete lessons 1 -13 on beliefs and teaching on the National Oak Academy. 

 

Term 6 (June/July)

Non-religious world views

Instructions: Go to the National Oak Academy KS3 religious education   

  • Complete lessons 1 -13 on beliefs and teaching on the National Oak Academy. 

year 8 

term 1 (sept/oct)

 

term 2 (nov/dec)

 

Term 3 (Jan/Feb)

Rights, justice and law

Instructions: Go to the National Oak Academy KS3 citizenship. 

  • Complete lessons 1 -6 on ‘What is crime?’
  • Complete lessons 1-6 on ‘what rights children should have’

Extension: Research the struggle for women to gain the vote.

 

Term 4 (Mar/Apr)

UK and wide global world

Instructions: Go to the National Oak Academy KS3 citizenship. 

  • Complete lessons 1-6 on what we can do about global problems.
  • Complete lessons 1-6 Why do people move around the world.

Extension: Watch  Calais migrants: Life in the Jungle | Guardian Features - YouTube

Research and explain the causes of the European ‘migrant crisis’.

 

Term 5 (May)

Politics, parliament and government

Instructions: Go to the National Oak Academy KS3 citizenship. 

  • Complete lessons 1-6 on how the UK is governed.
  • Complete lessons 1-6 on how the political system works today.

Extension:  How does the US, France, China, Iran and Germany govern their countries?

 

Term 6 (June/July)

Politics, parliament and government

Instructions: Go to the National Oak Academy KS3 citizenship. 

  • Complete lessons 1-6 on how the UK is governed.
  • Complete lessons 1-6 on how the political system works today.

Extension:  How does the US, France, China, Iran and Germany govern their countries?

year 9 

term 1 (sept/oct)

 

term 2 (nov/dec)

 

Term 3 (Jan/Feb)

Rights, justice and law

Instructions: Go to the National Oak Academy KS3 citizenship. 

  • Complete lessons 1-6 on ‘introducing citizenship’ 
  • Complete lessons 1 -6 on ‘What is crime?’
  • Complete lessons 1-6 on ‘what rights children should have’

Extension: Research the struggle for women to gain the vote.

 

Term 4 (Mar/Apr)

UK and wide global world

Instructions: Go to the National Oak Academy KS3 citizenship. 

  • Complete lessons 1-6 on what we can do about global problems.
  • Complete lessons 1-6 Why do people move around the world.

Extension:  Watch  Calais migrants: Life in the Jungle | Guardian Features - YouTube

Research and explain the causes of the European ‘migrant crisis’.

 

Term 5 (May)

Politics, parliament and government

Instructions: Go to the National Oak Academy KS3 citizenship. 

  • Complete lessons 1-6 on how the UK is governed.
  • Complete lessons 1-6 on how the political system works today.

Extension:  Create your own political party. You must include a name and party aims (called a manifesto).

 

Term 6 (June/July)

Politics, parliament and government

Instructions: Go to the National Oak Academy KS3 citizenship. 

  • Complete lessons 1-6 on how the UK is governed.
  • Complete lessons 1-6 on how the political system works today.

Extension:  Create your own political party. You must include a name and party aims (called a manifesto).