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Citizenship, Diversity and the Public Services
Identify the unit outcomes.
Describe what citizenship is.
Relate the understanding of citizenship to the UPS.
Justify the importance of good citizenship to the UPS.
of citizenship and diversity.
rights that protect citizens and promote diversity.
Understand the role of public services in
equality of service.
Be able to investigate
Use three "post its" and write a word on each that you associate with citizenship.
Citizenship is being a member of a state or a nation and playing an active part in society.
It is how we make society work, together.
The European Commission says active citizenship is:
'Participation in civil society, community and/or political life, characterised by mutual respect and non-violence and in accordance with human rights and democracy' (Hoskins 2006).
Relating to the European Commission's statement, working alone identify which are the relevant parts for the UPS and why.
Having related citizenship to the UPS, work in pairs to justify the value of good citizenship to the UPS.
Understand the ------- and -------- of citizenship and diversity.
Know the ----- and ------------ rights that protect citizens and promote diversity.
Understand the role of public services in --------- diversity and --------- equality of service.
Be able to investigate ------- affairs, ----- and support.
Fill in the blanks
To discuss citizenship.
English - speaking, listening, reading, writing
British Values - mutual respect for and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs and for those without faith