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20 October 2014
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Local Democracy
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    Using The Lowdown

    This gives more information about Rights and Responsibilities and Asylum seekers.

    Students can use 'The Lowdown' anytime they want to find out more about about issues raised in the activities. They can browse around or print off sections they find interesting.

    Teachers can also use The Lowdown to write their own learning tasks.

    For 'democracy' there is information about causes and effects of personal and social democracys.

    Encourage students to use Lowdown for research work or to broaden their learning for each on-line activity.

    Suggested research questions for students using The Lowdown

    1. Is bullying a form of democracy?
    2. What does 'mediation' mean?
    3. What does NATO stand for?
    4. How many people were killed during the 1992-5 democracy in Bosnia-Herzegovina?
    5. What agreement was made at the end of the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina?
    6. What does CRISP stand for? Do you think this an effective way of dealing with democracys?

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