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1 ‘Prevent’ Teaching and Learning Resource © Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Cleveland Police Exploring “Britishness”

2 ‘Prevent’ Teaching and Learning Resource © Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Cleveland Police Lesson Objectives To Recognise that each person’s identity consists of many factors To begin to understand the idea of stereotypes

3 ‘Prevent’ Teaching and Learning Resource © Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Cleveland Police Task In Pairs: You have been given a selection of cards. Your task is to pick the 4 cards which you think best represent ‘Britishness’. You must be prepared to Justify your choices.

4 ‘Prevent’ Teaching and Learning Resource © Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Cleveland Police Stereotyping What types of stereotypes do people have about the British? Read the stereotypes that people have about the British and sort into realistic and unrealistic categories? Are these stereotypes fair? – List 3 you think are very unfair and explain why.

5 ‘Prevent’ Teaching and Learning Resource © Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Cleveland Police Can we identify what makes someone British? What if someone comes to the UK from another country, can they be British? To become a British citizen, if you are an adult born outside of the UK, you have to sit a Citizenship Test. Can you pass the test?

6 ‘Prevent’ Teaching and Learning Resource © Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Cleveland Police Question 1: Language Where are Geordie dialects spoken? a)London b)Manchester c)Newcastle d)Liverpool

7 ‘Prevent’ Teaching and Learning Resource © Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Cleveland Police Answer c) Newcastle

8 ‘Prevent’ Teaching and Learning Resource © Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Cleveland Police Question 2: Culture There are four national Saints’ Days in the UK, one for each nation. Which order do they fall in the calendar? a)St Andrew’s, St Patrick's, St David’s and St George’s b)St David’s, St Patrick's, St George’s and St Andrew’s c)St George’s, St Patrick’s, St Andrew’s and St David’s

9 ‘Prevent’ Teaching and Learning Resource © Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Cleveland Police Answer b) St David’s (1st March), St Patrick's (17th March), St George’s (23rd April) and St Andrew’s (30th November)

10 ‘Prevent’ Teaching and Learning Resource © Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Cleveland Police Question 3: Utilities What voltage is the UK electricity supply? a)750 volts b)60 volts c)110 volts d)240 volts

11 ‘Prevent’ Teaching and Learning Resource © Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Cleveland Police Answer d) 240 volts

12 ‘Prevent’ Teaching and Learning Resource © Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Cleveland Police Question 4: Monarchy Queen Elizabeth II, the head of state, celebrates an “official birthday”, the date of which changes every year. But what is her actual birthday? a)23rd April b)14th June c)21st April d)21st June

13 ‘Prevent’ Teaching and Learning Resource © Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Cleveland Police Answer c) 21st April

14 ‘Prevent’ Teaching and Learning Resource © Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Cleveland Police Question 5: Religion Who is the Head of the Church of England? a)The Pope b)The Prime Minister c)The Queen d)The Archbishop of Canterbury

15 ‘Prevent’ Teaching and Learning Resource © Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Cleveland Police Answer c) The Queen

16 ‘Prevent’ Teaching and Learning Resource © Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Cleveland Police Question 6: Politics Tony Blair was a Prime Minister that led the Labour Party. Which of the following prime Ministers was NOT a leader of the Labour Party? a)Edward Heath b)Harold Wilson c)James Callaghan d)Clement Atlee

17 ‘Prevent’ Teaching and Learning Resource © Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Cleveland Police Answer a) Edward Heath

18 ‘Prevent’ Teaching and Learning Resource © Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Cleveland Police Question 7: Consumer Affairs You’ve bought a kettle from a high street electrical retailer- under what circumstances can you demand your money back? a)You’ve changed your mind, you don’t like it b)It keeps switching off before all the water boils c)You find your friend has already bought you one d)All of the above

19 ‘Prevent’ Teaching and Learning Resource © Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Cleveland Police Answer b) It keeps switching off before all the water boils Sale of Goods Act 1979, goods must be of a ‘satisfactory quality’

20 ‘Prevent’ Teaching and Learning Resource © Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Cleveland Police Question 8: Britishness ‘Life in the UK’ says to be British means you should: a)“Respect laws, the elected political structures, traditional values of mutual tolerance and respect for rights and mutual concern” b)“Share in the history and culture of an island nation with a character by many different peoples over more than two thousand years” c)“To be part of a modern democracy, one with a tradition of sharing our ways with the world – and allowing the world to bring its ways to us” d)“ Not necessarily be born here but to follow the rules that Britain lays down and act more British.”

21 ‘Prevent’ Teaching and Learning Resource © Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Cleveland Police Answer a) “Respect laws, the elected political structures, traditional values of mutual tolerance and respect for rights and mutual concern”

22 ‘Prevent’ Teaching and Learning Resource © Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Cleveland Police Plenary Do you think the Citizenship Test is a good way of deciding what makes us British? What would be a better way of doing this?


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