Collins Citizenship and PSHE - Book 4

Paperback

Collins Citizenship and PSHE Book 4 (previously from Folens) is intended for children age 10-11 in Year 6. Personal development, citizenship, lifestyle and relationships are investigated through speaking and listening, reading and writing activities that encourage children to consider issues, assess options and opinions, and justify decisions.

  • Illustrations, photographs, case studies and examples for children to discuss
  • Speaking and listening, reading and writing activities encourage children to assess opinions and reach conclusions
  • Photocopiable activity sheets provide support, extension and assessment
  • Planning grids and teaching notes off full support throughout the programme

RRP: £9.99

ISBN

978-0-00-743685-9

Publication Date

31-05-2011

Format

Paperback

Pages

48 pages

Dimensions

210x280mm

Author

Pat King, Deena Haydon and Christine Moorcroft

Product Description

Collins Citizenship and PSHE Book 4 (previously from Folens) is intended for children age 10-11 in Year 6. Personal development, citizenship, lifestyle and relationships are investigated through speaking and listening, reading and writing activities that encourage children to consider issues, assess options and opinions, and justify decisions.

  • Illustrations, photographs, case studies and examples for children to discuss
  • Speaking and listening, reading and writing activities encourage children to assess opinions and reach conclusions
  • Photocopiable activity sheets provide support, extension and assessment
  • Planning grids and teaching notes off full support throughout the programme

ISBN

978-0-00-743685-9

Publication Date

31-05-2011

Format

Paperback

Pages

48 pages

Dimensions

210x280mm

Product Description

Collins Citizenship and PSHE Book 4 (previously from Folens) is intended for children age 10-11 in Year 6. Personal development, citizenship, lifestyle and relationships are investigated through speaking and listening, reading and writing activities that encourage children to consider issues, assess options and opinions, and justify decisions.

  • Illustrations, photographs, case studies and examples for children to discuss
  • Speaking and listening, reading and writing activities encourage children to assess opinions and reach conclusions
  • Photocopiable activity sheets provide support, extension and assessment
  • Planning grids and teaching notes off full support throughout the programme

Author

Pat King, Deena Haydon and Christine Moorcroft