Presentation on theme: "BBC Children in Need 2014 Learning Outcome:"— Presentation transcript:
1 BBC Children in Need 2014 Learning Outcome: to understand more about the charity and consider ways in which we can help
2 What does it mean to be a child in need? Children can turn to their talk partner to share their ideas for the answers to the questions in this PowerPoint before feeding back to class discussion.
3 What does it mean to be a child in need? Children who experience disadvantage as a result of:DisabilityIllnessPovertyDeprivationBeing victims of other people’sactionsChildren may not be familiar with all of these terms. Teachers need to be sensitive and may choose to omit some.What do thesewords mean to you?
4 What is BBC Children in Need? To be charitable means to show kindness orgenerosity to otherswhen they need itA charity is anorganisationthat uses moneyit is given or has raised to helpothersCHARITYYou can becharitableby givingaway…timemoneyservicespossessions
5 How is the money donated to BBC Children in Need spent? Students are given time to reflect on the questions in this PowerPoint before feeding back to class discussion.
6 How is the money donated to BBC Children in Need spent? Here are just a few of the ways…Giving families support so that they can spend time togetherGiving children a safe place to playGiving children opportunities to take part in exciting activitiesEnabling children to become involved in sportsSetting up reading workshopsMaintaining youth groups in different areasFunding activities like play therapyExpand on these or illustrate with one of the videos.
7 But why me? Why should I help? Fundraising for others shows youare caringTo makesomeonefeel good!To make adifference!To beSomebody’shero!To changesomebody’slife!Why is charity important? Can I really make a difference?
8 Being an active citizen Think about your own role within our school or community. Perhaps you are a member of a club or the School Council? Maybe you just want to show how much you care?Every day people everywhere are doing fantastic things to transform the lives of others and make our world a better place. This can be as simple as speaking up if something is unfair or doing practical things like fundraising or volunteering.Use children's contributions during class discussion to consolidate understanding of an active citizen.By responding to the needs of others anybody CAN make a difference!
9 What have we learnt?BBC Children in Need makes us aware of the lives of other children in the UK. We can reflect on the daily struggles that some children have. We realise that not everybody is as fortunate as us. We see that a lot of the things that we take for granted many children never have.Talk about why the BBC Children in Need live telethon broadcast is effective in highlighting the cause.
10 Now it’s our turn to help! We are going to participate in an activity to decide different ways that we can helpFinally, we are all going to make a pledgeSee lesson plan for activities.
11 Challenge yourself in a fun run Entertain as part of a talent show Here are a few examples of how you can help!Bake a cakeChallenge yourself in a fun runSee lesson plan for activities.Entertain as part of a talent showFancy Dress
12 Good luck with your fundraising activity - whatever you decide on, you’re all heroes! See lesson plan for activities.
13 Time to make a pledgeBy making a pledge to BBC Children in Need we are making a special promise to do or give something.Ensure all children are confident in the pledge that they are going to make.What willyou pledge?