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Teenage Pregnancy Lesson Plan 3 - Social Issues Explored
Social issues around teenage parents are explored using the "Facts of 5" approach. Students also create their own "prejudice cards".
Connect the Learning
Remind the pupils of previous learning that is related to the lesson.
Teacher to recap previous week’s work on images, stereotypes and costs. Remind students of key points arising.
The Big Picture
Give to students at start of the lesson.
Explain how this lesson fits into the whole topic of work. This is particularly important at the beginning of a topic.
Link work to module. This is lesson 3 of 4 aiming to examine teenage pregnancy as a social issue and how it affects the life chances of young people.
In the first five minutes of the lesson inform pupils what they will have learnt by the end of the lesson.
- Be better informed of the economic and social consequences of teenage pregnancy.
- Understand the concept of prejudice in society.
Present new information through as many of the senses as possible.
Idea: Have a student lie down on top of sugar paper that has been pasted together length ways. Trace outline before putting on the wall. Repeat again. Place outlines on wall. Students visit outlines to put their thoughts on paper about their views on teenage mums and dads.