3 suggested lessons
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Hundreds of KS2 and KS3 teachers are using Lyfta for lessons and projects covering Literacy, PSHE, Geography, RE, P4C and Art. It's a great way to teach about a range of soft skills and values, as well as the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Please see below for a suggested lesson from each of our teacher guides, along with a link to download the full PDFs.
Society and decision making
Hear from the villagers in the Assembly Hall in Awra Amba and use the story as a way to introduce themes such as democracy and what it means to be part of a society.
This lesson plan is on page 22 of the Awra Amba teacher guide, which you can download in full from here.
Recognising and breaking harmful stereotypes
Hear Michal’s story in the Ballet Studio in Secrets of the Opera and encourage your students to empathise with his experiences as a male ballet dancer.
This lesson plan is on page 84 of the Secrets of the Opera teacher guide, which you can download in full from here.
Diversity and multiculturalism
Share experiences and stories from people of different cultural backgrounds with Dinnertime 360. Habiba, featured in one of the stories, is a successful local politician and NGO professional who was born in Somalia and moved to Finland at a young age.
This lesson plan is on page 122 of the Dinnertime 360 teacher guide, which you can download in full from here.
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Here are some of the themes that we delve into in the lesson and assembly plans available on the platform, which also cover most of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
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