Grade 3 Archive
The resource “provides students with an opportunity to explore the importance of modern human rights through a comparison with The Ten Commandments. Students further explore the values that underpin human rights, as well as their inherent responsibilities.”
Audio Glossary contains the meaning of the words when studying religions and learning about religions as well as sound files, which help learning to pronounce the words.
Item # 4 at this location, ABC: Teaching Human Rights aims to serve as a user-friendly tool for human rights education and a multi-coloured umbrella covering a number of basic human rights areas. It offers practical advice to teachers and other educators who want to foster human rights awareness and action among primary and secondary [...]
The website contains homepages of different religions in Hungary. Detailed information in the area of teaching about religions and beliefs.
Human Rights Education in the School Systems of Europe, Central Asia and North America: A Compendium of Good Practice
This collection of 101 good practices in Human Rights Education from Europe, North America and Central Asia is a resource for practitioners and policymakers as well as a platform for exchange among institutions and individuals. Sections include Laws, guidelines and standards; Approaches and practices to improve the learning environment; Teaching and learning tools for the [...]
The Fall 2005 activity booklet contains different activities for students to learn about different topics related to tolerance, such as diversity, stereotypes, respect, and encouraging interactions with other students. The lesson plans included in this book are for various activities: A Hand of Friendship, Diversity Bingo, A Respect Activity, Getting to Know Each [...]
The Spring 2006 activity booklet contains lesson plans that illustrate to teachers how the themes in the Mix It Up program can be incorporated into certain discussions, events, and holiday celebrations. The lesson plans in this booklet are for activities titled: Mix It Up on Valentine’s Day, Mix It Up About Gender, Mix [...]
For children to understand and develop their concept of respect in practical manner.
In this exercise, students think about their lives, their identities and experiences that have been particularly meaningful in bringing them to who they are now, and in developing their interest in leadership. The exercise emphasizes “journey” and experiences over time, helping students see the impact of experience on identity formation and on current perceptions.