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Copy of Good Citizens - help for merit and distinction

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Transcript of Copy of Good Citizens - help for merit and distinction

Good Citizens
Do you want a Higher Grade?
What does Analyse mean?
1. to examine critically, so as to bring out the essential elements or give the essence of.
2. to examine carefully and in detail so as to identify causes, key factors, possible results, etc.


What does Evaluate mean?
1. to judge or determine the significance, worth, or quality of; assess: weigh up

A few points before you start





Equality and Diversity
The elderly and Infirm
Handicapped
Gays and lesbians
Ethnic groups
Different religions
Gender
Different social classes

What we need to do
Merit:
M1: analyse the importance to public services of good citizens respecting equality and supporting them by respecting the key concepts associated with diversity

Distinction:
D1: evaluate the role of good citizens in supporting public services in dealing with issues of equality and diversity

Good citizens are important to society –
how can we bring equality,
diversity and the public services into this?
By supporting society, good citizens will organise neighbourhood watch schemes. This helps the public services. In your account say what neighbourhood watch schemes are. The committee could have different ethnic backgrounds, men, women, different religions in it.







Good citizens may organise community parties where all groups in the area are invited. E.g. local bonfire parties, Halloween parties, Christmas, New year etc. Usually in village halls, church halls etc. Does this help the public services indirectly? How? Does it promote equality and diversity? How?







Sports teams – amateur coaches from the community help out. Coach, mini-bus driver. Link this to CRB checks (if you don’t know what they are, find out!) Is it important to have these checks? Does it stop people from getting involved? Does it affect equality and diversity?

Supporting Society
Good citizens help people who cannot always help themselves.













Help the elderly by doing their shopping
Filling in forms
Protect them from ‘hawkers’ (dodgy people who offer to repair drains and charge a fortune)
Just visiting them for a chat.

















They try to get many people in the community to be involved.

This may involve producing leaflets to prevent dog litter,

Beach cleaning in St. Bees,

Clearing waste land and creating a leisure area, making playgrounds safer




This helps the public services by preventing accidents, making the environment safer, making the environment pleasant.


Protect the
environment

Activities Good Citizens
are involved with

• Mountain Rescue
• Special Constable
• Territorial Army
• St.John’s Ambulance / Red Cross
• Lifeboat

It’s fairly obvious how these groups help the Public Services but link them into equality and diversity.
Is it possible to cover all areas of equality and diversity in these jobs? E.g. can the elderly or handicapped join the TA?
Look at all of the groups listed above and point out which of the groups could achieve equality and diversity.
Hope this helps!!
This helps the public services in many ways – police/criminals
supporting the elderly/infirm/handicapped – NHS/social services.
Also links in with equality/diversity issues
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