RE: Justice and Freedom: Non-Violent Protest Movement Year 6 Lesson Pack 5

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RE: Justice and Freedom: Non-Violent Protest Movement Year 6 Lesson Pack 5
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In this lesson children will learn about the non-violent protest movement that originated in the 20th Century. They will examine the extent to which religious and non-religious beliefs have influenced the actions of key individuals in the movement. This lesson pack includes a Lesson Plan, a Lesson Presentation, success criteria grids and accompanying activity sheets.
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RE: Justice and Freedom: Non-Violent Protest Movement Year 6 Lesson Pack 5 contains:
  • #Lesson Plan Non-Violent Protest Movement.pdf
  • #Lesson Presentation Non-Violent Protest Movement.ppt
  • #PlanIt Unit Overview.pdf
  • #PlanIt User Guide.pdf
  • #Success Criteria Grids Non-Violent Protest Movement.pdf
  • Activity Sheet Non-Violent Protest Movement Fact File.pdf
  • Aung San Suu Kyi and Non-Violence Information Sheet.pdf
  • John Hume and Non-Violence Information Sheet.pdf
  • Mahatma Gandhi and Non-Violence Information Sheet.pdf
  • Martin Luther King Jr and Non-Violence Information Sheet.pdf
  • Nelson Mandela and Non-Violence Information Sheet.pdf

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