Learning for Life and Work 1: 1 (Pathways: Learning for Life & Work)

Learning for Life and Work 1: 1 (Pathways: Learning for Life & Work)

By: John McCusker (author), Lesley Mcevoy (author), Jim McCurdy (author), Kathryn Armstrong (author), Peter Dornan (author), Lois Curragh (author)Paperback

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Specifically designed for the new Key Stage 3 Northern Ireland Curriculum, Learning for Life Work is a three-book course which: *Integrates the three areas of Personal Development, Local and Global Citizenship and Education for Employability in a book per year of the Key Stage *Engages pupils through an active learning approach to the key themes *Features opportunities for personal reflection and assessment for learning *Includes a wide variety of activities, designed to develop the whole curriculum skills and capabilities. The first book in the series is designed to build up some of the key areas of study of the Learning for Life and Work Curriculum in a fun, engaging and varied way.

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Introduction Personal Development 1 What are the parts that make up a whole person? 2 What does being healthy mean? 3 What makes me unique? 4 Can I say how I feel? 5 How does the body show feelings? 6 Can I control how I feel? 7 How do I discover who I really am? 8 How does experience help me to learn? 9 How am I best taught to learn? 10 What is the point of relationships? 11 Why is communication important? 12 Why should life have limits? 13 Why does nothing ever stay the same? 14 What are my values and where do they come from? 15 What shapes my decisions? Local and Global Citizenship 16 What is local and global citizenship? 17 What are 'human rights'? 18 Why do we need to protect human rights? 19 What promises have governments made to their citizens? 20 What promises have governments made to children? 21 Promises made ... promises kept? 22 What is 'social responsibility'? 23 What is identity? 24 How is identity expressed in Northern Ireland? 25 What is sectarianism? 26 How is Northern Ireland ethnically diverse? 27 What is racism? 28 What is global diversity? 29 How does my school manage diversity? 30 What have I learned about Citizenship? Education for Employability 31 What different types of jobs are there? 32 What are the skills and qualities needed for work? 33 What are my qualities and skills? 34 What are transferable skills? 35 What is being enterprising? 36 How do I start to plan a career? 37 What influences me? 38 How and where can you access careers information? 39 What jobs are available in my local area? 40 Why are some jobs disappearing from Northern Ireland? 41 How do advances in technology affect the world of work? 42 What are the effects of globalisation? 43 How flexible is the world of work? 44 How do I set personal goals?

Product Details

  • publication date: 27/04/2007
  • ISBN13: 9780340927083
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 96
  • ID: 9780340927083
  • weight: 290
  • ISBN10: 0340927089

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