Print out the results for classroom display and discussion.
When students have finished this, they could work in groups - either on or off computers - to make a poster advertising the pop group.
To summarise the discussion ask: What does your pop group show about ethnic and cultural diversity in the UK at the start of the 21st century?
Give guidance for recording information in exercise books so students take away information from the lesson. These questions may help:
- What does your pop group show about ethnic and cultural diversity in the UK at the start of the 21st century?
- Write notes on the different aspects of identity you used to make your pop group (e.g. gender, appearance, religion/beliefs).
- What makes a person's identity? Draw a picture or write a description of your best friend, showing different aspects of her/his identity. If there are no names on these they could be used as a class guessing game, working out who is being described (as long as students are happy to do this).
Encourage students to explore active citizenship using Get Involved. Here,there are examples of Citizenship action by other schools.
Students can 'Go off on a tangent!' with audio and video clips or find out more on 'Get the lowdown'. .
Students who finish early can add their own ideas about rights and responsibilities on the messageboard.