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Brexit: Part 2 – Negotiations

Through the example of Brexit talks, this lesson introduces pupils to the concept of negotiation and the skills required to succeed in negotiations.

Overview

Activities are designed to give pupils the opportunity to apply their learning to real life negotiation situations and reflect on the characteristics of strong negotiators. Pupils will also gain an understanding of how some leaders responded to the Brexit result.

By the end of this lesson pupils will understand …

  • How leaders responded to the Brexit result.
  • The meaning of the term negotiation.
  • The importance of negotiation.
  •  The skills needed to negotiate.

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