‘Malala and Iqbal’ – Lesson Plan

During December we will be sharing the lesson plans published by Highland Council’s Equalities Improvement Group and LGBTI+ sub-group to support the development of Equality and Diversity across the curriculum. 18 picture books have been selected; for each picture book there have been lessons created for Early – Fourth Levels (Curriculum for Excellence) driven by the Literacy and English and Health and Wellbeing Experiences and Outcomes.

Today’s Lesson: ‘Malala: A brave girl from Pakistan’ and ‘Iqbal: A brave boy from Pakistan’ – Jeanette Winter

Meet two brave young heroes who stood up for the right to freedom and education in this inspirational nonfiction picture book from acclaimed author-illustrator Jeanette Winter. Two children: Iqbal Masih and Malala Yousafzai. Each was unafraid to speak out. He, against child slavery in the carpet trade. She, for the right of girls to attend school.

‘Malala: A brave girl from Pakistan’ and ‘Iqbal: A brave boy from Pakistan’ is a picture book which can be used to explore human rights and children’s rights through the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC).

CLICK HERE – ‘Malala and Iqbal’ LESSON PLAN

Kindly created and shared by the young people and adults within the Millburn ASG Equality and Diversity Working Group and the Highland Council’s LGBTI+ sub-group of the Care and Learning Equalities Improvement Group. 

‘Jacob’s New Dress’ – Lesson Plan

During December we will be sharing the lesson plans published by Highland Council’s Equalities Improvement Group and LGBTI+ sub-group to support the development of Equality and Diversity across the curriculum. 18 picture books have been selected; for each picture book there have been lessons created for Early – Fourth Levels (Curriculum for Excellence) driven by the Literacy and English and Health and Wellbeing Experiences and Outcomes.

Today’s Lesson: ‘Jacob’s New Dress’ – Sarah and Ian Hoffman

Jacob loves playing dress-up, when he can be anything he wants to be. Some kids at school say he can’t wear “girl” clothes, but Jacob wants to wear a dress to school. Can he convince his parents to let him wear what he wants? This heartwarming story speaks to the unique challenges faced by boys who don’t identify with traditional gender roles.

‘Jacob’s New Dress’ is a picture book which challenges gender stereotypes through gender expression, with the key theme ‘clothes have no gender’.

CLICK HERE – ‘Jacob’s New Dress’ LESSON PLAN

Kindly created and shared by the young people and adults within the Millburn ASG Equality and Diversity Working Group and the Highland Council’s LGBTI+ sub-group of the Care and Learning Equalities Improvement Group. 

‘The Invisible Boy’ – Lesson Plan

During December we will be sharing the lesson plans published by Highland Council’s Equalities Improvement Group and LGBTI+ sub-group to support the development of Equality and Diversity across the curriculum. 18 picture books have been selected; for each picture book there have been lessons created for Early – Fourth Levels (Curriculum for Excellence) driven by the Literacy and English and Health and Wellbeing Experiences and Outcomes.

Today’s Lesson: ‘The Invisible Boy’ – Trudy Ludwig

Meet Brian, the invisible boy. Nobody ever seems to notice him or think to include him in their group, game, or birthday party … until, that is, a new child comes to class.

‘The Invisible Boy’ is a fabulous story written (by Trudy Ludwig) and illustrated (by Patrice Barton), exploring a child’s sense of belonging, showing how one person can make a difference to feeling included.

CLICK HERE – ‘The Invisible Boy’ LESSON PLAN

Kindly created and shared by the young people and adults within the Millburn ASG Equality and Diversity Working Group and the Highland Council’s LGBTI+ sub-group of the Care and Learning Equalities Improvement Group. 

‘The Great Big Book of Families’ – Lesson Plan

During December we will be sharing the lesson plans published by Highland Council’s Equalities Improvement Group and LGBTI+ sub-group to support the development of Equality and Diversity across the curriculum. 18 picture books have been selected; for each picture book there have been lessons created for Early – Fourth Levels (Curriculum for Excellence) driven by the Literacy and English and Health and Wellbeing Experiences and Outcomes.

Today’s Lesson: ‘The Great Big Book of Families’ – Mary Hoffman and Ros Asquith

This fun and fascinating treasury features all kinds of families and their lives together. Each page showcases one aspect of home life – from houses and holidays, to schools and pets, to feelings and family trees.

‘The Great Big Book of Families’ is a brilliant text which can be used to support practitioners in exploring family diversity and celebrating that families are all different.

CLICK HERE – ‘The Great Big Book of Families’ LESSON PLAN

Kindly created and shared by the young people and adults within the Millburn ASG Equality and Diversity Working Group and the Highland Council’s LGBTI+ sub-group of the Care and Learning Equalities Improvement Group. 

‘Mommy, Mama and Me’ – Lesson Plan

During December we will be sharing the lesson plans published by Highland Council’s Equalities Improvement Group and LGBTI+ sub-group to support the development of Equality and Diversity across the curriculum. 18 picture books have been selected; for each picture book there have been lessons created for Early – Fourth Levels (Curriculum for Excellence) driven by the Literacy and English and Health and Wellbeing Experiences and Outcomes.

Today’s Lesson: ‘Mommy, Mama and Me’ – Sarah Ardizzone

‘Mommy, Mama and Me’ shows a toddler spending the day with its mummies. From hide-and-seek to dress-up, then bath time and a kiss goodnight, there’s no limit to what a loving family can do together.

‘Mommy, Mama and Me’ can support practitioners in exploring family diversity.

CLICK HERE – ‘Mommy, Mama and Me’ LESSON PLAN

Kindly created and shared by the young people and adults within the Millburn ASG Equality and Diversity Working Group and the Highland Council’s LGBTI+ sub-group of the Care and Learning Equalities Improvement Group. 

‘Morris Micklewhite and the Tangerine Dress’ – Lesson Plan

During December we will be sharing the lesson plans published by Highland Council’s Equalities Improvement Group and LGBTI+ sub-group to support the development of Equality and Diversity across the curriculum. 18 picture books have been selected; for each picture book there have been lessons created for Early – Fourth Levels (Curriculum for Excellence) driven by the Literacy and English and Health and Wellbeing Experiences and Outcomes.

Today’s Lesson: ‘Morris Micklewhite and the Tangerine Dress’ – Christine Baldacchino

Morris has a great imagination. He paints amazing pictures and he loves his classroom’s dress-up center, especially the tangerine dress. It reminds him of tigers, the sun and his mother’s hair.

The other children don’t understand – dresses, they say, are for girls. And Morris certainly isn’t welcome in the spaceship his classmates are building – astronauts, they say, don’t wear dresses.

To support the health and wellbeing of our children and young people we need to challenge gender stereotypes. ‘Morris Micklewhite and the Tangerine Dress’ is another text which does just that.

CLICK HERE – ‘Morris Micklewhite and the Tangerine Dress’ LESSON PLAN

Kindly created and shared by the young people and adults within the Millburn ASG Equality and Diversity Working Group and the Highland Council’s LGBTI+ sub-group of the Care and Learning Equalities Improvement Group. 

‘I Have the Right to Be a Child’ – Lesson Plan

During December we will be sharing the lesson plans published by Highland Council’s Equalities Improvement Group and LGBTI+ sub-group to support the development of Equality and Diversity across the curriculum. 18 picture books have been selected; for each picture book there have been lessons created for Early – Fourth Levels (Curriculum for Excellence) driven by the Literacy and English and Health and Wellbeing Experiences and Outcomes.

Today’s Lesson: ‘I Have the Right to Be a Child’ – Sarah Ardizzone

‘I Have the Right to Be a Child’ is a  resource  which promotes discussion on the the term rights and the big questions about what it means to have rights in the world we live in today.

Children’s rights are at the heart of a school’s vision, values and aims. ‘I Have the Right to Be a Child’ supports practitioners to explore the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC).

CLICK HERE – ‘I Have the Right to Be a Child’ LESSON PLAN

Kindly created and shared by the young people and adults within the Millburn ASG Equality and Diversity Working Group and the Highland Council’s LGBTI+ sub-group of the Care and Learning Equalities Improvement Group.