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Answer the following questions in writing, using the information on the handouts I gave you in class.

7.What party does an independent councillor belong to?

8.How do councillors earn money?

9.What are the people working for the councillors called?
Answer the following questions using the information on the papers I gave you.

Prepare the following key words for the test:
Community=a group of people who live near each other in a local area or who share common beliefs or ways of life

Councillor=a person elected to sit on a council

Election=choosing someone for a position by voting

Policy=a course of action people plan and/or carry out

Services=jobs done by the local council for the benefit of the people in the area it controls (e.g. library, collecting rubbish, cleaning the streets)


Design, paint or draw your own anti-racist statements.


Learn the key words for tomorrow’s test!

Rights=how a person expects or wants to be treated by others

Responsibility=recognizing what you owe to other people in your community; acting towards other people in a caring or thoughtful way; being accountable for your own actions

Discrimination=treating someone unfairly because of your prejudices
Intolerance=refusing to accept that other people have a right to be different; not tolerating other people’s views, beliefs or behaviour;

Stereotype=a description of groups of people who have something in common (e.g. age, sex, religion, nationality); which is applied to everyone in the group, ignoring individual differences

Prejudice=opinions that we form without knowing all the facts or information


Do the tasks that you did not finish in class at home.
Rewrite the definitions that you did not write correctly in the test.


Look up Ephesians 4:3 and copy it in your notebook.

Copy the following deifinitions in your notebook and learn them for next week’s lesson.

Rules= the code of behaviour that is laid down in a group or organization, which everyone is expected to obey

Fairness= treating people in a just, unbiased way;

Punishment= a penalty for a crime or offence: for example school detention, imprisonment

Sanction=a punishment to make someone or a group of people do what others want them to do