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Look at your local community.
What community areas do you have that can bring your community together e.g. Church, community hall etc.
Your community is part of the Plymouth community.
Add the community areas that Plymouth as a whole has.
As discussed in today’s lesson someone has to make decisions for a community. Who makes decisions for Plymouth (local government) and where are problem/disputes settled (law/courts) in Plymouth.
Research Gandhi's Salt March in India. What was it? What was it's aim?
Find an example of inequality in the news.
This week you need to gather together all your work on inhumanity and create a poster, PowerPoint or booklet.
See the Philosophy and Ethics board outside of Mr Carpenter's room for inspiration!
Chose 1 or 2 (k band) 3 or 4 (j band) case studies.
Were these wars just? Give examples of where the war chosen does/doesn't meet the just war criteria.
Research in more depth one of the wars studied/a war we didn’t get to study today.
Syrian Civil War
What other reasons are there for this war and what were the effects of this war?
What is the Golden Rule?
How does it apply to your chosen type of inhumanity?
Use google or look in a paper/magazine to find and print articles about your chosen type of inhumanity.
This week you need to create the title for your project.
Inhumanity- (add your chosen type of inhumanity e.g. bullying)
This needs to be as decorative as possible, ideas could be colouring, painting, adding a pattern to bubble writing, using magazine/newspaper print, collage on each letter etc.
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