Working in pairs or small groups, students have five minutes to draw a picture of someone from a working class background. They can add key words around the outside.
Feeding back to the rest of the class, the teacher writes the main ideas on the board and ascertains points of similarity. The class could then be shown this short video which outlines some of the traditional stereotypes around this group:
Students could be provided with a copy of the following Guardian article and asked to create a t..
Referring back to the earlier lesson on official crime statistics, students can begin by remindi..
The following New Zealand Ministry of Justice briefing paper outlines a range of explanations on..
“The Road from Crime” is a documentary that looks at how and why people stop or desist from offe..
Provide students with a copy of the following Daily Mail article which outlines some strange exa..
This Guardian article, see link below is useful as it looks at not only the rise in the prison p..
Some useful background reading and questions, in advance of the lesson, can be found here:..
Stephen Lawrence was a young black British man murdered in a racially motivated attack in 1993. ..
Students can then work in groups to draw out two over-lapping circles where one circle contains ..
In February 2015 the BBC revealed that HSBC had helped over 100,000 of its customers evade tax. ..