Description - Tolerance and Empathy in Today's Classroom by Andrew Hammond
Tolerance and Empathy in Today's Classroom is an activity-based teacher's guide to fostering positive group interaction through imagined experience and discussion at Key Stages 2 and 3 (age 7 to 14). In a series of interactive workshops, each one providing a context, a scenario and a list of characters, pupils are invited to engage in discussion, debate and negotiation to solve problems and meet challenges. The primary focus is the promotion of tolerance, empathy and co-operation, as prescribed in the non-statutory framework for PSHE and Citizenship. Key transferable skills in oracy, enquiry and problem-solving are introduced and practised through each role-play, with specific links to the National Curriculum attainment targets for Speaking and Listening, and suggestions for extensive cross-curricular work.
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Author Biography - Andrew Hammond
Andrew Hammond is Head of English and KS2 Coordinator at St Andrew's School, Woking.