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  • A Project Guide for Teachers

    Language:English Curriculum:UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject:Citizenship

    Use this guide to find out how to set the scene, structure your debate and submit your final clause.

  • Access: Government Censorship

    Language:English Curriculum:UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject:Citizenship

    Should a country censor the internet and control what its citizens can see?

  • Access: Prisoners' Access to the Web

    Language:English Curriculum:UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject:Citizenship

    Should all prisoners have the right to access the internet?

  • Access: Slow Internet Speeds

    Language:English Curriculum:UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject:Citizenship

    Should the companies responsible for the wires and optical cables that deliver the internet be forced to provide ...

  • Access: The Internet as a Human Right

    Language:English Curriculum:UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject:Citizenship

    Is access to the internet a fundamental human right?

  • Access: The Web in Times of Crisis

    Language:English Curriculum:UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject:Citizenship

    Should the Government have the right to shut down the internet in times of crisis?

  • Advertising

    Language:English Curriculum:UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject:History

    In this lesson, students will be introduced to some of the ways in which advertisers used the war to sell their ...

  • Aerial warfare

    Language:English Curriculum:UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject:History

    This activity will introduce students to the first uses of aerial activities in World War One. During this ...

  • Austen’s Emma: Social Realism and the Novel

    Language:English Curriculum:UK Levels: Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject:English Literature

    Social Realism in Jane Austen's Emma.

  • Austen’s Persuasion: Status, Rank and Class

    Language:English Curriculum:UK Levels: Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject:English Literature

    Social status and cultural values in Jane Austen's Persuasion.

  • Austen’s Pride and Prejudice: Social Judgement

    Language:English Curriculum:UK Levels: Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject:English Literature

    Jane Austen's representation of class in Pride and Prejudice.

  • Barrett Browning’s Poetry: Social and Political Co...

    Language:English Curriculum:UK Levels: Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject:English Literature

    The social and political aspects of Elizabeth Barrett Browning's poetry.

  • Blake’s ‘The Chimney Sweeper’: Literature and Inju...

    Language:English Curriculum:UK Levels: Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject:English Literature

    William Blake's depiction of child poverty in his poem "The Chimney Sweeper".

  • Blake’s ‘The Tyger’: A Close Reading

    Language:English Curriculum:UK Levels: Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject:English Literature

    A teaching resource for a close reading of William Blake's 'The Tyger'.

  • Bombing raids and the Home Front

    Language:English Curriculum:UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject:History

    There is a common misconception that there was little destruction away from the trenches and that bombing raids ...