This pack contains exercises to encourage young people to discuss all aspects of parenthood, from pregnancy and childbirth to health and safety issues and children's rights. It includes: 28 self-standing, photocopiable activities, including debates, questionnaires, project work, role plays and case studies, grids to show how each activity fits into the National Curriculum and GNVQ health and social care syllabus; as well as resource material drawn from newspapers, advertising material, historical accounts and statistical data, teacher's notes, covering learning outcomes, materials to use, time allocation and suggested class groupings and sources of further information and advice including supplementary reading lists. The pack contains 5 individually bound topic sections on "What it means to be a parent","What parents need", "Parent-child relationships", "Rights and responsibilities" and "Health and development" with photocopiable activity sheets, resource sheets, teacher's notes, a grid guide to components, cross-curricular skills and related subjects, a list of further reading for teacher and students, and photocopiable assessment sheets.
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