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PSHE topic - people of influence and people who are marginalised

Discussion in 'PSHE' started by plmccahi, Aug 18, 2011.

  1. Hi,

    I have been given the task to develop some teaching materials for the topics below:
    - People of influence
    - People who are marginalised

    I have not much background with this, has anyone experienced these topics before or has some ideas/activities that could work well?

  2. Just a thought off the top of my head but people in the UK who are marginalised are asylum seekers. You could do series on attitudes towards asylum seekers - questionnaires on real people's attiudes - look at newspapers - varying views - Daily Mail compared to The Guardian. Look at where they come from and why. where do the end up living - asylum centres, inner city - terrible living conditions. How are the treated?
    With regards to people of influence you could look at - who has the power? Politicians? The media? Actually, we all have the opportunity if not the responsibility to be people of influence - how can young people be people of influence?
    Excuse the ramblings :)

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