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PROJECT A: LESSON 1 THE ISSUES PEOPLE FACE
PROJECT A In this first Project of the WBQ, you will complete the following sections of the course WEW: Element 2 Social Challenges and Responsibilities; Key Issue 1 the social issues people face in their everyday lives and their responses to them. PSE: Element 2 Health and Emotional Well-being; Key Issue 1 (the benefits of a healthy lifestyle) or Key Issue 2 (developing a healthy attitude toward sexuality) Essential Skills Wales: Level 3 Communication (Reading and Writing tasks)
GOLDEN ENVELOPE ROUND Can you match the 4 key issues chosen? In small groups, produce a spider- gram of the social issues people face today (all ages)
BEFORE THE REVEAL… In your groups, decide on a rank order of the top 4 social issues facing the following groups: Teenagers of your age in RCT The General Public Be ready to justify and explain your reasons for your rank order, and the differences between the two lists.
GOLDEN ENVELOPE ROUND Obesity Sexual Relationships Car Safety Binge Drinking
HOW WILL I KNOW? One of the key skills you will need to develop in 6 th form and higher education is the ability to research independently. Giving the four headings, where could you find reliable information if you had to research one of the topics? Fill in the tables in your workbook. Issue 1 – Obesity Issue 2 – Sexual Relationships Issue 3 – Car Safety Issue 4 – Binge Drinking
RESEARCH SOURCES IssuePotential Source
DID YOU INCLUDE THESE SOURCES? IssuePotential Source 1. ObesityTV Documentaries; Health Associations; National Health Statistics website; Local GPs or hosiptals 2. Sexual Relationships School Nurse; Statistics on sexually transmitted disease; NHS; Relationship Counsellors 3. Car SafetyNewspaper articles; Health surveys on smoking in cars; Police or insurance car safety data 4. Binge Drinking Welsh Government statistics (website), TEDS, NHS, Alcohol Concern charities
PLENARY: ONE KEY QUESTION. One key question Using a post-it note, write out one question you might research for each of the issues. Place the question on the Issue Board ready for examination across the rest of the project. Example… If the topic was Domestic Violence, key questions might be… Is domestic violence caused by gender stereotyping or alcohol? How bad are domestic violence rates in Wales compared to other countries? What does the government do to help victims? What is the impact on children? What is the police/society’s attitude to male victims of domestic violence in comparison to female victims?