Addressing extremism and radicalisation lesson plans
A series of four lesson plans for key stage 4 with a specific focus on addressing extremism and radicalisation of all kinds, from the PSHE Association, commissioned by Medway Public Health Directorate.
Schools can build pupils’ resilience to extremism and radicalisation by supporting inclusion and a sense of belonging in the community and by providing a safe environment for debating emotive issues. As part of this whole school approach, PSHE education lessons can develop knowledge and understanding of the factors that lead to extremism, and skills such as critically evaluating the media and the messages of charismatic speakers and groups, as well as developing attributes such as resilience, empathy and respect for others. These lessons are not designed to be taught in isolation, but should always form part of a planned, developmental PSHE education programme.
We are delighted that Medway Public Health Directorate has given permission for these lesson resources to be available to all schools.
Each lesson plan is accompanied by a PowerPoint and relevant resources. You can use the 'Download all files' link in the side bar to download a folder containing all of the documents.
Date uploaded: 20 Aug 2017
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