Human Rights Wordsearch Find the words Attempt to Define each word
To examine where what Human Rights are To explore the origins of Human Rights
C2.1.1 Understand and respond to spoken language in a range of topics and in a range of contexts. C2.1.2 Speak to communicate on familiar and unfamiliar topics, using appropriate language, and non- verbal communication and in a range of contexts. C2.1.3 (a) Take part in formal discussions with two or more other people.
Who are the people in the images? What do you think the people in the images wanted? Why?
Watch the following clip. http://www.youthforhumanrights.org/ Discuss the clip with the rest of your class Using A3 PAPER produce a time line with the information you have found out.
Examine the rights outlined in the Human Rights Act; Which are the most important rights? Rank them in order of importance in your opinion Justify your opinion www.un.org/cyberbus/humanrights/resource s/plain.asp www.un.org/cyberbus/humanrights/resource s/plain.asp
Split into three groups. Chose a key figure in the human rights story For example; Eleanor Roosevelt. You must agree as a group on the person. Next lesson will be a whole class debate on; ‘Who is the most influential figure in the Human Rights movement.’ HOMEWORK: ALL learners must bring in evidence of research on their person next week. All learner must identify questions they wish to raise in the debate
Name one human right Who campaigned for the right to vote for all people (men), not just the wealthy? Who were the suffragettes? Why did the UN Devise the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948?
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