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1 Third Level1 How do we deal with Racism? What are the different forms of Racism? What actions can I take to deal with Racism? What is Racism? How does Racism Impact on individuals and society? Successful Learners with: Enthusiasm and motivation for learning Determination to reach high standards of achievement Openness to new thinking and ideas and able to: Use literacy, communication and numeracy skills Use technology for learning Think creatively and independently Learn independently and as part of a group Make reasoned evaluations Link and apply different kinds of learning in new situations Confident Individuals with: self-respect a sense of physical, mental and emotional well-being secure values and beliefs ambition and able to: relate to others and manage themselves pursue a healthy and active lifestyle be self-aware develop and communicate their own beliefs and view of the World live as independently as they can assess risk and make informed decisions achieve success in different areas of activity Responsible Citizens with: respect for others commitment to participate responsibly in political, economic, social and cultural life and able to: develop knowledge and understanding of the World and Scotlands place in it understand different beliefs and cultures make informed choices and decisions evaluate environmental, scientific and technological issues develop informed, ethical views of complex issues Effective Contributors with: an enterprising attitude resilience self-reliance and able to: communicate in different ways and in different settings work in partnership and in teams take the initiative and lead apply critical thinking in new contexts create and develop solve problems

2 Second Level2 Successful Learners with: Enthusiasm and motivation for learning Determination to reach high standards of achievement Openness to new thinking and ideas and able to: Use literacy, communication and numeracy skills Use technology for learning Think creatively and independently Learn independently and as part of a group Make reasoned evaluations Link and apply different kinds of learning in new situations Confident Individuals with: self-respect a sense of physical, mental and emotional well-being secure values and beliefs ambition and able to: relate to others and manage themselves pursue a healthy and active lifestyle be self-aware develop and communicate their own beliefs and view of the World live as independently as they can assess risk and make informed decisions achieve success in different areas of activity Responsible Citizens with: respect for others commitment to participate responsibly in political, economic, social and cultural life and able to: develop knowledge and understanding of the World and Scotlands place in it understand different beliefs and cultures make informed choices and decisions evaluate environmental, scientific and technological issues develop informed, ethical views of complex issues Effective Contributors with: an enterprising attitude resilience self-reliance and able to: communicate in different ways and in different settings work in partnership and in teams take the initiative and lead apply critical thinking in new contexts create and develop solve problems SRtRC – Education Pack Through learning to access and use information from various sources, learners are encouraged to think critically about evidence and arguments to determine their own opinions and ideas. Learners will also gain skills of justifying these in discussion and debate. Examples During the workshops, learners will gain knowledge form the DVD presentation and exercises contained within ; they are then encouraged to discuss their ideas, thoughts and opinions with the facilitator and peers within the class. SRtRC – Education Pack Enabling learners to understand their environment and community will help them develop an understanding of the political and societal issues. The activities aim to develop learner confidence to debate social, political and historical issues. Examples Racism/racist bullying is an issue that affects everyone. Learners will have the opportunity to gain a wider sphere of knowledge to draw upon. Knowledge is power and this by its very nature produces more confident individuals. SRtRC – Education Pack Through learning about values, beliefs and cultures of societies, learners will become more willing to question intolerance and prejudice and develop respect for other people. The pack aims to encourage learners to participate responsibly in political, economic, social and cultural life. Examples The workshops aim to promote a strong anti-racist message and positively celebrate multiculturalism. Whilst they are not designed to lecture on any one culture or religion, learners will gain new knowledge of many different cultures, using the multiculturalism in football paradigm. They discuss racism and its effects and are particularly encouraged to think about what they can do as individuals to stop the perpetration of racist attitudes within establishments and communities. SRtRC – Education Pack Learners are challenged to think of ways to contribute positively as active participants in civic society. Learners are empowered to channel their knowledge into positive action, which will benefit others in the local, national and global communities Examples Learners are encouraged to fully participate during SRtRC educational presentations. e.g. having the opportunity to voice their opinions and be heard/ debating and discussing their peers opinions/ setting ground rules and expectations to encourage ownership/ getting involved in football coaching etc. Experience of this develops skills for life which augments learners process of life long learning.

3 Third Level3 How do I keep myself healthy? Sustainable Development Big Ideas for Sustainable Development Interdependence - I understand the links between people, other living things and places and that what happens in one place can affect what happens somewhere else. Diversity – I understand the importance and value of embracing diversity in peoples lives – culturally, socially, economically and ecologically. Carrying Capacity – I understand that there are limits to the Worlds resources and recognise that not looking after these will disadvantage us all. Rights & Responsibilities – I understand the importance of considering the rights and needs of others and that what we do now has implications for what life might be like in the future. Equity and Justice – I understand the underlying causes of inequity and recognise that for any development to be sustainable it must not improve some lives at the expense of others. Uncertainty and Precaution – I understand that it is important to adopt a cautious approach to the welfare of our planet as our actions may have unforeseen consequences. Enterprise Big Ideas for Enterprise I have had the opportunity to learn within real contexts across the curriculum including those supported by partners in the community I have taken responsibility for learning, showing independence and initiative and the ability to make informed choices and decisions. I have shown creativity, innovation, and flexibility when approaching problem solving and entrepreneurial activities, using critical thinking skills and accepting setbacks as learning experiences. I have adopted a reflective approach to learning, building on prior knowledge, achievements and strengths and showing an awareness of development needs and a commitment to achieving personal goals. I am aware of and have adopted different roles when working as part of a team, and have interacted appropriately and sensitively. I understand and appreciate the world of work and the value of different occupations through a range of work related experiences. I understand the connections between learning, career planning and life in the community. Creativity Big ideas for Creativity I have generated a number of ideas which question and challenge conventions, thinking beyond obvious ideas and making inventive connections. I have considered a number of options before making a decision about my approach and have applied my knowledge and skills in imaginative ways. I have adopted original approaches to solving problems but recognise that I may have to modify this where appropriate. I have taken risks but am flexible in my approach while continuing to achieve my objective. I have negotiated and compromised when working collaboratively and have integrated the ideas of others. I have generate something original which is of value and have used resources, including ICT, in imaginative ways. I have reflected critically on my ideas, approaches and outcomes and those of others and have celebrated my own creative achievement and those of others. Citizenship Big ideas for Citizenship (2nd/3rd /4th Level) I know about my rights and responsibilities in a democratic community, have had opportunities to exercise them and am aware of the main features of the democratic process. I am able to participate in discussion of issues of local, national and international public concern and where appropriate take relevant, responsible action. I understand the way my choices and behaviour can have an effect on the needs and rights of others, locally, globally and on the environment and where necessary modify my behaviour to take account of this. I am aware of links between Scotland and other parts of the World. I understand some of the reasons for differences in life chances between individuals in our own and other communities. I understand and respect differences in the needs, perspectives and behaviour of others, locally and globally and try to communicate and behave in a way that demonstrates respect and friendship. I can recognise the values that underpin personal and public decision making and can express reasoned support and dissent where appropriate. Links to other themes

4 Third Level4 Context Overview (responsive questions) What do I know already? What would I like to learn? How would I like to learn? How will I share my learning? How do I keep Myself healthy? For Example: Through participation in preparatory activities, pre-workshop evaluation s and experiences of responses young people are aware that: - Racism is wrong; Racism is a form of bullying; Young people have personal examples of bullying behaviour they have witnessed; and They can have misconceptions about what racism is – (is it hair colour?) or can be unaware that racism is against the law. For Example: Be able to define types racism Recognise its different forms; Understand the dangers of racism and its affect Individuals and the community Display confidence to challenge Racism appropriately. For Example: Opportunities for visual, kinaesthetic, auditory and discussion based learning are contained within SRtRC teaching materials which challenge racism/sectarianism and other forms of racism like Islamophobia, GRT, asylum Seeking and refugee community For Example: Present my learning to my peers in class or at assembly; Display my learning within my school and/or Community in a range of ways including the school website; Present my learning to adults within the school, parents and members of the community; Participation in SRtRC national schools competitions.

5 Third Level5 What is Racism? Links to CfE Experiences and Outcomes CfE Experience/OutcomePlanned Assessment Learning in the social studies will enable me to develop my understanding of my own values, beliefs and cultures and those of others. SOC OA Learning in the social studies will enable me to develop my understanding of the principles of democracy and citizenship through experience of critical and independent thinking. SOC OA I can use my knowledge of current social, political or economic issues to interpret evidence and present an informed view. SOC 3-15a I have compared the rights and responsibilities of citizens in Scotland with a contrasting society and can describe and begin to understand reasons for differences. SOC 3-17a CfE Experience/OutcomePlanned Assessment I develop and extend my literacy skills when I have opportunities to develop my understanding of what is special, vibrant and valuable about my own and other cultures and their languages. LIT OA When I engage with others, I can make a relevant contribution, encourage others to contribute and acknowledge that they have the right to hold a different opinion. I can respond in ways appropriate to my role and use contributions to reflect on, clarify or adapt thinking. LIT 3-02a To help me develop an informed view, I am learning about the techniques used to influence opinion and how to assess the value of my sources, and I can recognise persuasion. LIT 3-08a As I listen, watch or read, I can: Find, select, sort, summarise, link and use information from different sources; identify and give an accurate account of the purpose and main concerns of the text, and can make inferences from key statements; identify and discuss similarities and differences between different types of text; use this information for different purposes. LIT 3-04a As I listen or watch or read, I can make notes and organise these to develop thinking, help retain and recall information, explore issues and create new texts, using my own words as appropriate. LIT 3-05a / LIT 4-05a/ LIT 3-15a / LIT 4-15a/ I am developing confidence when engaging with others within and beyond my place of learning. I can communicate in a clear, expressive way and I am learning to select and organise resources independently. LIT 2-10a / LIT 3-10a CfE Experience/OutcomePlanned Assessment I can expect my learning environment to support me to acknowledge diversity and understand that it is everyones responsibility to challenge discrimination. HWB OA I know that friendship, caring, sharing, fairness, equality and love are important in building positive relationships. As I develop and value relationships, I care and show respect for myself and others. HWB 0-05a / HWB 1-05a / HWB 2-05a/ HWB 3-05a CfE Experience/OutcomePlanned Assessment Learning through religious and moral education enables me to develop respect for others and an understanding of beliefs and practices which are different from my own. RME OA I can demonstrate my developing understanding of moral values through participating in events and projects which make a positive difference to others. RME 3-02b/ RME 3-05b I am developing respect for others and my understanding of their beliefs and values. RME 0-07a / RME 1-07a / RME 2-07a/ RME 3-07a I am developing my own understanding of values such as honesty, respect and compassion and am able to identify how these values might be applied in relation to moral issues. RME 3-09b CfE Experience/OutcomePlanned Assessment I can explore and use the features of a variety of familiar and unfamiliar software to determine the most appropriate to solve problems or issues. TCH 3-03a

6 Third Level6 What is Racism? Learning Opportunity Example activites from a range of SRtRC resources Learning Intention/ Success Criteria. Learning Opportunity Example activites from a range of SRtRC resources Learning Intention/ Success Criteria Learning Opportunity Example activites from a range of SRtRC resources Learning Intention/ Success Criteria Learning Opportunity Example activites from a range of SRtRC resources Learning Intention/ Success Criteria Planning for the Big Questions

7 Third Level7 What are the different forms of Racism? Links to CfE Experiences and Outcomes CfE Experience/OutcomePlanned Assessment Learning in the social studies will enable me to develop my understanding of my own values, beliefs and cultures and those of others. SOC OA Learning in the social studies will enable me to develop my understanding of the principles of democracy and citizenship through experience of critical and independent thinking. SOC OA Learning in the social studies will enable me to explore and evaluate different types of sources and evidence. SOC OA I can explain why a group I have identified might experience inequality and can suggest ways in which this inequality might be addressed. SOC 3-16a I can discuss the extent to which my choices and decisions are influenced by the ways in which I am informed. SOC 3-17b CfE Experience/OutcomePlanned Assessment I develop and extend my literacy skills when I have opportunities to develop my understanding of what is special, vibrant and valuable about my own and other cultures and their languages. LIT OA When I engage with others, I can make a relevant contribution, encourage others to contribute and acknowledge that they have the right to hold a different opinion. I can respond in ways appropriate to my role and use contributions to reflect on, clarify or adapt thinking. LIT 3-02a To help me develop an informed view, I am learning about the techniques used to influence opinion and how to assess the value of my sources, and I can recognise persuasion. LIT 3-08a As I listen, watch or read, I can: Find, select, sort, summarise, link and use information from different sources; identify and give an accurate account of the purpose and main concerns of the text, and can make inferences from key statements; identify and discuss similarities and differences between different types of text; use this information for different purposes. LIT 3-04a As I listen or watch or read, I can make notes and organise these to develop thinking, help retain and recall information, explore issues and create new texts, using my own words as appropriate. LIT 3-05a / LIT 4-05a/ LIT 3-15a / LIT 4-15a/ CfE Experience/OutcomePlanned Assessment I can expect my learning environment to support me to acknowledge diversity and understand that it is everyones responsibility to challenge discrimination. HWB OA As I explore the rights to which I and others are entitled, I am able to exercise these rights appropriately and accept the responsibilities that go with them. I show respect for the rights of others. HWB 1-09a / HWB 2-09a/ HWB 3-05a CfE Experience/OutcomePlanned Assessment Learning through religious and moral education enables me to develop respect for others and an understanding of beliefs and practices which are different from my own. RME OA I can demonstrate my developing understanding of moral values through participating in events and projects which make a positive difference to others. RME 3-02b/ RME 3-05b CfE Experience/OutcomePlanned Assessment I can explore and use the features of a variety of familiar and unfamiliar software to determine the most appropriate to solve problems or issues. TCH 3-03a

8 Third Level8 What are the different forms of Racism? Learning Opportunity Example activites from a range of SRtRC resources Learning Intention/ Success Criteria Learning Opportunity Example activites from a range of SRtRC resources Learning Intention/ Success Criteria Learning Opportunity Example activites from a range of SRtRC resources Learning Intention/ Success Criteria Learning OpportunityLearning Intention/ Success Criteria Planning for the Big Questions

9 Third Level9 How does Racism impact on individuals and society? Links to CfE Experiences and Outcomes CfE Experience/OutcomePlanned Assessment Learning in the social studies will enable me to develop my understanding of my own values, beliefs and cultures and those of others. SOC OA Learning in the social studies will enable me to develop my understanding of the principles of democracy and citizenship through experience of critical and independent thinking. SOC OA I can explain why a group I have identified might experience inequality and can suggest ways in which this inequality might be addressed. SOC 3-16a I can discuss the extent to which my choices and decisions are influenced by the ways in which I am informed. SOC 3-17b CfE Experience/OutcomePlanned Assessment I develop and extend my literacy skills when I have opportunities to develop my understanding of what is special, vibrant and valuable about my own and other cultures and their languages. LIT OA When I engage with others, I can make a relevant contribution, encourage others to contribute and acknowledge that they have the right to hold a different opinion. I can respond in ways appropriate to my role and use contributions to reflect on, clarify or adapt thinking. LIT 3-02a When listening and talking with others for different purposes, I can: communicate information, ideas or opinions ; explain processes, concepts or ideas; identify issues raised, summarise findings or draw conclusions. LIT 3-09a To show my understanding across different areas of learning, I can: identify and consider the purpose, main concerns or concepts and use supporting detail make inferences from key statements identify and discuss similarities and differences between different types of text. LIT 3-16a CfE Experience/OutcomePlanned Assessment I can expect my learning environment to support me to acknowledge diversity and understand that it is everyones responsibility to challenge discrimination. HWB OA I understand that people can feel alone and can be misunderstood and left out by others. I am learning how to give appropriate support. HWB 1-08a / HWB 2-08a/ HWB 3-08a CfE Experience/OutcomePlanned Assessment Learning through religious and moral education enables me to develop respect for others and an understanding of beliefs and practices which are different from my own. RME OA I can demonstrate my developing understanding of moral values through participating in events and projects which make a positive difference to others. RME 3-02b/ RME 3-05b I can explain how the different beliefs that people have, including beliefs which are independent of religion, relate to their moral viewpoints and how this leads them to respond to moral issues. RME 3-09c CfE Experience/OutcomePlanned Assessment While working through a design process in response to a design brief, I can develop and communicate imaginative design solutions. EXA 3-06a

10 Third Level10 How does racism impact on individuals and society? Learning Opportunity Example activites from a range of SRtRC resources Learning Intention/ Success Criteria Learning Opportunity Example activites from a range of SRtRC resources Learning Intention/ Success Criteria Learning Opportunity Example activites from a range of SRtRC resources Learning Intention/ Success Criteria Learning Opportunity Example activites from a range of SRtRC resources Learning Intention/ Success Criteria Planning for the Big Questions

11 Third Level11 What actions can I take to deal with racism? Links to CfE Experiences and Outcomes CfE Experience/OutcomePlanned Assessment Learning in the social studies will enable me to develop my understanding of my own values, beliefs and cultures and those of others. SOC OA Learning in the social studies will enable me to develop my understanding of the principles of democracy and citizenship through experience of critical and independent thinking. SOC OA I can explain why a group I have identified might experience inequality and can suggest ways in which this inequality might be addressed. SOC 3-16a CfE Experience/OutcomePlanned Assessment I develop and extend my literacy skills when I have opportunities to develop my understanding of what is special, vibrant and valuable about my own and other cultures and their languages. LIT OA I am developing confidence when engaging with others within and beyond my place of learning. I can communicate in a clear, expressive way and I am learning to select and organise resources independently. LIT 2-10a / LIT 3-10a I can engage and/or influence readers through my use of language, style and tone as appropriate to genre. ENG 3-27a/ ENG 4-27a I can persuade, argue, evaluate, explore issues or express an opinion using a clear line of thought, relevant supporting detail and/or evidence. LIT 3-29a I can consider the impact that layout and presentation will have on my reader, selecting and using a variety of features appropriate to purpose and audience. LIT 3-24a CfE Experience/OutcomePlanned Assessment I can expect my learning environment to support me to acknowledge diversity and understand that it is everyones responsibility to challenge discrimination. HWB OA I know that friendship, caring, sharing, fairness, equality and love are important in building positive relationships. As I develop and value relationships, I care and show respect for myself and others. HWB 1-05a / HWB 2-05a/ HWB 3-05a I understand that people can feel alone and can be misunderstood and left out by others. I am learning how to give appropriate support. HWB 1-08a / HWB 2-08a/ HWB 3-08a As I explore the rights to which I and others are entitled, I am able to exercise these rights appropriately and accept the responsibilities that go with them. I show respect for the rights of others HWB 1-09a / HWB 2-09a/ HWB 3-09a CfE Experience/OutcomePlanned Assessment Learning through religious and moral education enables me to make a positive difference to the world by putting my beliefs and values into action RME OA I can demonstrate my developing understanding of moral values through participating in events and projects which make a positive difference to others. RME 3-02b/ RME 3-05b I am developing respect for others and my understanding of their beliefs and values. RME 0-07a / RME 1-07a / RME 2-07a/ RME 3-07a I am developing an increasing awareness and understanding of my own beliefs and I put them into action in positive ways. RME 1-08a / RME 2-08a/ RME 3-08a I am developing my own understanding of values such as honesty, respect and compassion and am able to identify how these values might be applied in relation to moral issues. RME 3-09b CfE Experience/OutcomePlanned Assessment I enhance my learning by applying my ICT skills in different learning contexts across the curriculum. TCH 3-04a

12 Third Level12 What actions can I take to deal with racism? Learning Opportunity Example activites from a range of SRtRC resources Learning Intention/ Success Criteria Learning Opportunity Example activites from a range of SRtRC resources Learning Intention/ Success Criteria Learning Opportunity Example activites from a range of SRtRC resources Learning Intention/ Success Criteria Planning for the Big Questions Learning Opportunity Example activites from a range of SRtRC resources Learning Intention/ Success Criteria


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