Equality & Protected Characteristics

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Equality & Protected Characteristics

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Equality & Protected Characteristics

Contents
7 Lesson Packs (See below for Contents)
7 x Homework Ideas
7 x End of Lesson Confidence Checker Assessments

Lesson Topics

  1. Marriage & Civil Partnership Lesson (Protected Characteristic)
  2. Religion & Belief Lesson (Protected Characteristic)
  3. Pregnancy & Maternity Lesson (Protected Characteristic) (copy)
  4. PC – Age Discrimination Lesson UK
  5. PC – Sex discrimination Lesson UK
  6. Marriage – All other contexts (Arranged, Civil partnerships)
  7. Crime and Criminality + the law.

Each Lesson PowerPoint Contains:
• 1 Fully Editable PowerPoint (Learning Outcomes, Confidence Checkers, Assessment of Learning, Variety of Tasks, Video Embedded URL Clips, Engaging Premium Quality Slides, Extra Support Websites, Challenging & Thoughtful Questioning)
• Assessment Opportunity (Confidence Checker)
• Teacher Notes (On some slides)
• Mapped against Latest DfE Guidance, PSHE Association Core themes and Requirements and the Gatsby Benchmarks in Careers Education

Learning Outcomes:
To know the legal rights of a married couple, to understand the differences between marriage and civil partnership, to evaluate the reasons why people choose to enter a civil partnership
To understand how Equality Act protects religion, to recognise examples of systemic prejudice, to consider what it is like for minority religions
To understand rights of pregnant employees, to know what maternity and paternity rights are, to understand good practice in the workplace to support expectant and new parents
What is age discrimination? The law and Protected Characteristics How does age discrimination affect older and younger people? Case studies and decisions without prejudice
What is Sex Discrimination? The Law and protected Characteristics The gender Pay Gap Sexual Harassment and Denying opportunity What can be done and the role of men?
To understand different types of marriage To understand why someone might choose each To understand your rights and responsibilities in the different types of marriage
To understand why the law exists, to know why it is important to uphold the law, to understand consequences of breaking the law

Key words
Common Law, Beneficiary, Spouse, Sanctity, Protected Characteristic, Secular, Solemnised, Dowry
Faith, Belief, Mutual Respect, Systemic, Islamophobia, Anti-Semitism, Protected Characteristic
Sexism, antenatal, neonatal, SMP, Maternity Allowance
Discrimination, ageism, equality, protected characteristics, dismissal
Pay gap, Discrimination, characteristic, Equality Act
Marriage, civil partnership, arranged marriage, union, notice, cohabitation, forced marriage
Rule of Law, Ministry of Justice (MoJ), Charges, Sentences, Rehabilitation”

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