Ideal for students and NQTs, this practical and accessible workbook is designed to develop basic teaching skills, and increase teachers’ knowledge and understanding of teaching citizenship. Filled with practical activities and materials to encourage users to analyze their own learning and performance and underpinned with research findings, this personal workbook can be written in directly to provide a useful record of progress. It also includes case studies, examples of current good practice and a range of tried-and-tested strategies for inspiration and guidance.
Complementing Learning to Teach Citizenship in the Secondary School, this workbook can be used as part of an integrated course or independently as a standalone self-study book.
Table of Contents
Section 1: What is Citizenship? 1. What is Citizenship? 2. How your Philosophies, Values and Beliefs Affect your View of, and Approaches to, Teaching Citizenship 3. Subject Knowledge Section 2: Planning and Evaluating the Citizenship Curriculum 4. Lesson Planning I 5. Lesson Planning II 6. Lesson Planning III 7. Planning, Evaluation and Auditing the Curriculum Section 3: Teaching and Assessment in Citizenship 8. Classroom Management 9. External Speakers, Visits and School-Community Links 10. Assessment in Citizenship 11. Working with Others within and beyond the Classroom Section 4: Continuing Professional Development 12. Your Professional Development 13. How to Thrive in the Politics of a School and Department 14. Practical Steps to Networking and Research in Citizenship