Citizenship Studies has been written to support the OCR GCSE short course specification and the teaching of Key Stage 4 Citizenship. Combining a lively text with up-to-date case studies, relevant activities, and a stimulating selection of written and visual sources, the book helps students to understand important Citizenship issues. can be used in mixed-ability classes; written to cover specification and for lower ability pupils; can be used alongside mainstream books
Table of Contents
Part I Rules and laws: the nature of rules and law. Part II Changing the law: consumer law; consumer rights; consumer wrongs; customer complaints. Part III employment: looking for work; working for a living; losing your job. Part IV Community issues: equality; refugees. Part V Family and school: family rights and responsibilities; school rights and responsibilities. Part VI Government: Europe and the United Kingdom; Government funding. Part VII Media: on a worldwide scale; how far can you go. Part VIII Voting and elections: party politics; campaigning. Part IX Globalization: globalization; environment and sustainability. Part X Justice: the nature of justice; the criminal justice system; the civil justice system; international dimension. Part XI Exam guidance: guidance.
Lynn Jones is a head of Citizenship and principal examiner for OCR Citizenship Studies Short Course.