How can we evaluate the impact and success of our action?

In this lesson we will look at the questions to answer and evidence to gather to make sure we can assess and evaluate the impact of our Active Citizenship Projects.

Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

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Q1.True or false, it doesn't make any difference which type of campaign methods you use?

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Q2.What type of action is being described here?: 'action taken by individuals and groups to further their aims. It an include marches, boycotts, holding a public meeting and other activities'.

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Q3.What type of action is being described here?: 'a form of campaigning using other methods, for example letter writing, making leaflets to raise awareness, petitioning, lobbying MP’s and councillors'.

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Q4.What do we call the group or organisation we are aiming our action at?

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Q5.What did footballer, Marcus Rashford, start a campaign about in summer 2020?

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Q1.True or false, it doesn't make any difference which type of campaign methods you use?

1/5

Q2.What type of action is being described here?: 'action taken by individuals and groups to further their aims. It an include marches, boycotts, holding a public meeting and other activities'.

2/5

Q3.What type of action is being described here?: 'a form of campaigning using other methods, for example letter writing, making leaflets to raise awareness, petitioning, lobbying MP’s and councillors'.

3/5

Q4.What do we call the group or organisation we are aiming our action at?

4/5

Q5.What did footballer, Marcus Rashford, start a campaign about in summer 2020?

5/5

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Quiz:

How can we evaluate the impact and success of our action?

Assess what you learnt in your lesson today by completing the quiz below. Don't forget to click 'get your score' at the end. Good luck!

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Q1.True or false, impact can be described as the difference we have made through our citizenship actions.

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Q2.What type of action is being described here?: 'action taken by individuals and groups to further their aims. It an include marches, boycotts, holding a public meeting and other activities'.

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Q3.Why is it important that you keep a record of data you collect before you take your action and after you take your action? Tick ALL that apply.

Select three (3) boxes

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Q4.What do we call the group or organisation we are aiming our action at?

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Q5.True or false, primary research has been carried out by someone else but can help you with your action

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Q6.Petitions, letter writing, campaigning, organising a boycott are all…

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Quiz:

How can we evaluate the impact and success of our action?

Assess what you learnt in your lesson today by completing the quiz below. Don't forget to click 'get your score' at the end. Good luck!

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Q1.True or false, impact can be described as the difference we have made through our citizenship actions.

1/6

Q2.What type of action is being described here?: 'action taken by individuals and groups to further their aims. It an include marches, boycotts, holding a public meeting and other activities'.

2/6

Q3.Why is it important that you keep a record of data you collect before you take your action and after you take your action? Tick ALL that apply.

Select three (3) boxes

3/6

Q4.What do we call the group or organisation we are aiming our action at?

4/6

Q5.True or false, primary research has been carried out by someone else but can help you with your action

5/6

Q6.Petitions, letter writing, campaigning, organising a boycott are all…

6/6

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