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9 th May 2011 Human Rights – when might human rights conflict? LO: To recap on what is meant by human rights. To discuss the news & debate conflict between human rights under international law. To write a media report on the issue . Campaign Homework due today!. Starter

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Starter 1 what can you remember after such a long citizenship break

9th May 2011Human Rights – when might human rights conflict?LO: To recap on what is meant by human rights.To discuss the news & debate conflict between human rights under international law.To write a media report on the issue.

Campaign Homework due today!

Starter

1 What can you remember after such a long citizenship break?

Quick Quiz – who will win the prize?

Complete your quiz sheet on your own egdo not ask others the answers!

Peer marking

2 AFL - Can you remember what Bighead stands for?


Human t ights task

Visual learning

Auditory learning.

Literacy skills

Human Tights Task

Independent Task

You are going to watch the short video and must make a quick list of all the human rights you see described – be warned it is fast so you need to be on your toes!

Pair Task

Now you must compare your list with your partners and compile one longer list if possible (hopefully you will be able to do this)

The pair with the longest list wins prizes......

Peer marking

LO: To recap on what is meant by human rights.


Some of the human rights listed under t he international declaration of human rights 1948

Some of the Human Rights listed under the International Declaration of Human Rights: 1948

  • Equality under the law

  • Freedom from discrimination

  • Right to Life

  • Right to Safety and security

  • Freedom from slavery

  • Freedom from torture

  • Fair treatment under the law eg fair imprisonment and a fair trial

  • Innocent until proven guilty

  • Freedom from persecution

  • Right to follow a religion

  • Right to a name and nationality

  • Right to move freely from one country to another

  • Freedom of conscience – your own beliefs

  • Right to a fair government

  • Right to marry

  • Right to an education

  • Right to a decent wage and fair standard of living

  • Right to healthcare

  • Freedom of speech

  • Right to property & possessions

  • Right to work

  • Right to a fair working day eg no exploitation

  • Right to vote for your government

  • Right to respect all others and treat equally

    Count up the scores, mark and hand back

    Who has the highest score?


What has been the big news story over the last week

What has been the big news story over the last week?

1Who is the man on the top right?

2 What do you know about him?

3 Who is the chap on the left and what is his job?

4 Do you know what comments the man on the left said about what happened to the man on the right?

5 What does the word terrorist mean?

6 Does anyone know how they found out where the man on

the right was living?

7 Do you know what is meant by the term interrogation techniques?

Watch the clip......

What do you know?

What can you illustrate?

What have you learnt?

Bighead

LO: To discuss the news & debate conflict between human rights under international law.


Group task

Thinking skills

Literacy skills

Skills of analysis & evaluation

Group Task

In your small groups you are going to discuss these important issues where human rights may conflict:

1 The right to freedom from torture of an individual V the right to get vital information of a serious crime/ criminal.

2 The right to life V the right to be seen to be carrying out justice in the name of the many victims of all Qaeda Terrorist attacks

3 The right to a fair trial V the right to be seen to be carrying out world justice by killing a criminal even

though it breaks international law. (NB: points 2 & 3

are linked )

The aim of this task is to get you discussing, debating, analysing and evaluating the key arguments for and against – not to all sit quietly & agree!

15 mins

LO: To discuss/ debate conflict within human rights under international law.

Bighead


Class debate

Class Debate

Bighead

  • The right freedom from torture of an individual V the right to get vital information from a suspect of a serious crime/ criminal.

  • The right to life (Bin Laden’s) V the right to be seen to be carrying out justice in the name of the many victims of Al- Qaeda Terrorist attacks

  • The right to a fair trial (Bin Laden) V the right to be seen to be carrying out world justice even though it breaks international law.

NO shouting out - Hand up to speak....

LO: To discuss the news & debate conflict between human rights under international law.


Literacy task

Literacy Task

15 mins

Now you are going to write an article for the BBC news website on whether on either of the issues below:

  • The arguments for and against the right to use torture to gain the intelligence needed to locate Bin Laden?

  • Was it right to shoot an unarmed criminal rather than arrest and put on international trial.

    You must show both aspects of the argument eg not merely one side (biased) as the BBC must be impartial as it is the British Broadcasting Corporation paid by the public via the licence fee.

    Remember you need a title/ headline!

LO: To write a media report on the issue.

Bighead


Plenary

Plenary

  • 1 What are the human rights we have been talking about today?

  • 2 How easy/ difficult did you find the discussion questions? Explain why.

  • 3What level do you think your have you worked at today – make a note of it underneath your work? (Think Bighead)

  • 4Now pass your book to your partner – as your partner must read over your BBC article and use the following criteria to grade your work today:

  • Does the article have a title & clearly explain the human rights which are in conflict?

  • Does the article cover both sides of the argument? (evaluation & analysis)

  • Is the article well written with a conclusion and the arguments clear to understand?

  • Now grade according to Bighead criteriaand write your name.

Bighead

Have you met your LO?

LO: To recap on what is meant by human rights.To discuss the news & debate conflict between human rights

under international law.To write a media report on the issue.


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