Desert Island - An? Introduction to Citizenship is the ideal
resource from which to begin discussion with your pupils on the
structure of the society in which they live and their place within it.
book takes as its starting point the notion of how life would evolve
for a group of people marooned on a desert island.? It explores
democracy, tax, elections, the law - in fact everything that defines
the relationship between the citizen and society.? It raises
fundamental issues, such as ?what sort of people make good decisions??,
?who are the best sort of people to be law enforcers?? and indeed ?why
do we have rules at all??
The book is suitable for 15-16 year
olds and includes photocopiable worksheets which can be distributed to
students and used as a stimulus for class or group discussion.? Many of
the worksheets are designed to be filled in by the students, so the
book is ideal for group or individual work, both at school and for
Cat No: 978 1 86083 385 4