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28 July 2014
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John Bradbury, Adult Learning Tutor
"It is a whole blend of politics, culture and social history and is of particular interest for adult learning."
John Bradbury, Adult Learning Tutor
Lesley McEvoy, Citizenship Curriculum Advisor
"Eyewitness is a remarkable resource because of the wealth of real life information and the opportunities it provides for teachers."
Lesley McEvoy, Citizenship Curriculum Advisor
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  Citizenship Teachers' Resources

The teachers' resources suggest Citizenship curriculum pathways through the Eyewitness site. They explore how Eyewitness can be used in a classroom and include lesson plans and learning exercises. Resources are best suited for teaching Key Stage 3 and 4.

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Using Teachers' Resources

Image of anti-sectarianism demonstration

Exploring Sectarianism

Image of Holy Cross pupil and parent

Exploring Holy Cross

Image of men from Sheik community

Exploring Difference

  Community Learning Notes

The community Learning Materials set learning objectives for individual and group work relating to Eyewitness themes. They outline a variety of workshop exercises and pose key questions and challenges in response to the voices of people on the Eyewitness site.

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Facilitators' Notes

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Exploring Sectarianism

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Exploring Holy Cross

Image of people in wheelchairs

Exploring Difference

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Exploring Scapegoating

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Exploring Changing Views

 

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