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Is it Fair?
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Is it Fair?
Learning about Equal Opportunities for Key Stages 2 and 3



January 2002 | 150 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
HIGHLY COMMENDED TES/NASEN TEACHING AND LEARNING AWARD

This pack encourages young people to explore the subject of equal opportunities, considering issues such as prejudice, stereotyping, discrimination and racism.

There is a strong story line about a space creature called Gorm who travels around the galaxy and finds that being different can be very difficult.

There are five sections:

" being the same

" being different

" good and bad things about being the same and different

" being treated differently

" being treated fairly.

Being different should be celebrated. We hope this pack will help in this process!

 
Introduction
 
PART ONE: BEING THE SAME
 
PART TWO: BEING DIFFERENT
 
PART THREE: GOOD AND BAD THINGS ABOUT BEING THE SAME AND DIFFERENT
 
PART FOUR: BEING TREATED DIFFERENTLY
 
PART FIVE: BEING TREATED FAIRLY

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ISBN: 9781873942246
£48.99