Ask students to follow through the story in their own time, responding to each picture and the issues it raises. These questions could be written on the classroom board to help their thinking:
- What is diversity?
- Why is diversity important?
- What are examples of diversity in the United Kingdom?
- How can different people's cultural identities be protected?
- Is contemporary youth culture different from that of adults? In what ways is it different?
Ask students to share these ideas with the person next to them or in a small discussion group and record any points agreed in their exercise books.
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, find out more on 'Get the lowdown' or test themselves with the quizzes.
Students who finish early can add their own ideas about rights and responsibilities on the messageboard.