Ask students to follow through the story in their own time, responding to each picture and the issues it raises.
Give guidance for recording information in exercise books so they take away information from the lesson.
These questions may help:
- Part 1: What does Mr Weedon ask the students? (list 5 rights and 5 responsibilirties). Write your own answers to this.
- Part 2: How does Ms Simspson use the guy? (to make up school situations). Write a dialogue where Guy is being asked about what he did wrong.
- Part 3: Write your own definitions for 'rights' and 'responsibilities'.
- Part 4: Make a table for 'students' rights' and 'teachers' rights'.
When students are ready, ask them to talk about rights and responsibilities with the person sitting next to them. These questions could be written on the classroom board to help discussion. Results from the discussions could be shared as a whole class.
- What rights do students in this school have?
- What rights should they have?
- What responsibilities should go with these rights?
- What rights and responsibilities should teachers have?
- Are rights in this school different from any other school?