Part of the Festival of #Identities follow up: Our curated collection of LGBT | LGBTQI+ research | resources by and for FACES (further, adult, community, education and skills) staff and students. This Padlet was published on the home pages of the EqualitiesToolkit, Healthy FE and Skills and MHFE websites from 1-11 June 2016 following the…
This summary presents initial findings from research carried out by the Forum for Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Equality in Post School Education during January 2015. NUS, The Skills Funding Agency and NIACE are all members of the forum. This work was developed through multiple organisations coming together through the Forum to contribute resource to…
Flyer advertising the Morley College LGBT Student Focus Group’s. Produced by Morley College.
Case study of a homosexual ESOL learner’s experience of Morley College. Produced by Morley College.
The entry form for Morley College’s Common Ground Competition. Produced by Morley College.
Leaflet regarding the LGBT History Month at Morley College. Produced by Morley College.
An LGBT Glossary for use in staff development produced by Morley College, see the Embedding LGBT into the curriculum case study.
Introduction The Educate Out Prejudice at Morley College Video Can LGBT be embedded into entry level ESOL courses? A teacher might steer clear of this equality strand, or have concerns that student’s language levels or cultural backgrounds would make the lesson controversial and divisive. We found that by embedding LGBT into the curriculum and taking…
A lesson plan embedding LGBT, by the end of the session students will be able to: 1. Answer questions on Anna’s letter about her engagement. 2. Identify the features of a letter, – greeting, introduction, date, address, and signature. 3. Discuss gay marriage and new legislation around gay marriage.
A lesson embedding LGBT for ESOL Entry 2 learners The lesson objectives are that by the end of the session students will be able to: 1. Read a news article for gist and information. 2. Use dictionaries to acquire new vocabulary on protected characteristics. 3. Use new vocabulary in speaking about equalities and discrimination.