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Teacher Companion Guide

Resources and materials for teachers to integrate the Ultimate Dialogue Adventure into any learning community.

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Generation Global Core Skills Framework

Generation Global Core Skills Framework

Essentials of Dialogue

A resource to give young people around the world the skills and experience of dialogue

Students need tools to build societies that welcome diversity and encourage an open-minded and inclusive approach. To support this, teachers need straightforward and simple classroom activities.

"Essentials of Dialogue" is a resource for use in classrooms to build skills of dialogue and critical thinking in young people, and an indispensable part of the Generation Global programme.

Each chapter includes both theory and practical activities to help explore, develop, and practise dialogue. The resource is free to use in classrooms all over the world.

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Video conference preparation notes

These resources include extension activities to help you prepare your students for video conference topics related to the Essentials of Dialogue.

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Difficult Dialogue in the Classroom

It often falls to teachers to address students’ resulting fears and concerns and these resources will help you to work through them in a classroom environment.

Dealing with shocking events is challenging in any classroom, and we are providing this resource to support you as you support your students to achieve a greater understanding through promoting dialogue.

This resource builds on the Essentials of Dialogue, a practical guide and resource package for teachers and other educators to equip young people with the basic skills of dialogue so that as they discuss, they achieve a greater understanding of one another in a diverse and globalised world. It is recommended that you are familiar with the Essentials of Dialogue prior to engaging with this guidance on difficult dialogue.

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Teacher Briefing Notes

These resources are designed to give teachers a deeper understanding of some of the key ideas and themes regarding sensitive topics. They also include suggestions for additional reading for those who wish to explore these issues in greater depth. Please note that these are not intended to be handed out to students in the classroom, rather as a way for you as the teacher to learn more about these issues.

What is Extremism (English) »

Anti-Semitism, Anti-Zionism and Criticism of Israel (English) »

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Anti-Muslim Hatred (English) »

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Power of Narrative

A resource to give young people the knowledge and understanding of how stories and narratives shape our lives, and to give them the skills and confidence to respond critically to narratives and narrators who seek to divide us.

In this module we use the terms narratives and stories interchangeably. In both we refer to the tales that we tell ourselves to make sense of the world and our place within it. These can be local folklore, ‘news’, information from the web, family tales, myths, legends, religious and cultural stories, what we hear from leaders and politicians.

In this module students will explore how they come across these narratives and stories, and the impact that these have on themselves and their communities.

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Action Against Hate Speech

This module is designed to prepare students for dialogue around the issue of hate speech. It builds upon other work on human rights, and explores the balancing act between freedom of expression and freedom from insult. Additionally, it prepares students for dialogue on these issues in our facilitated videoconferences and on our safe, secure, online community.

We encourage you and your students to get involved in educating, advocating, and acting against hate speech in your communities, and sharing your plans with us. We encourage teachers to approach these materials creatively, and to use them to enhance existing curriculum materials.

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The Rights of Women and Girls

These resources provide a broad introduction to a range of ideas around the position of women and girls in a number of societies and cultures around the world.

Students will be encouraged to reflect upon the positive roles of women in their own lives as well as barriers that prevent women from having more power and influence in their families, communities and in public life.

Students will also undertake research into the status of women elsewhere in the world, before going on to explore the roles and influence of women in different faith traditions.

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Human Rights Article 18: Freedom of Belief

These resources provide a broad introduction to the concept of human rights, analyses faith perspectives on the value of human beings, explores the issues and complexities regarding article 18 of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UNUDHR), especially “everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion... and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or in private, to manifest his/her religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance.”

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Human Trafficking

This resource is designed to prepare students, ages 13-17, for dialogue around the issue of Human Trafficking during #MyFreedomDay 2022. It has been adapted from Generation Global’s legacy resource created in collaboration with Stop the Traffik, a pioneer organization to prevent human trafficking. Within this resource, educators will find a series of lesson plans that support young people in preparing to dialogue about this pressing issue with their peers from all over the world.

These activities ask young people to think about the value of human life, whose responsibility it is to tackle this global crisis, and to explore ways to raise awareness of the issue and help protect themselves and others against the dangers of being trafficked.

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Understanding Climate Change

This resource supports enquiry-based learning about climate change for young people. It explores climate change causes and effects and encourages young people to critically engage with conversations about climate from their personal perspectives and experiences. The resources in this module allow young people to explore discussions around the topic, as well as supports young people to identify what influences cause people to think a certain way about climate change, consider action steps, and their roles and responsibilities within their communities in dialogue and activities involving climate.

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Art of Expression

This resource will allow your students to reflect upon the role of art and self-expression.

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Peace Day

A resource to give young people explore some of the ideas about peace that are found in a number of different world religions and traditions

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Wealth, Charity and Poverty

Legacy resource

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Medical Ethics

Legacy resource

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