Presentation on theme: "Saving Children’s Lives English activities Lesson 3 Objectives to be able to retrieve relevant evidence to understand the importance of using a variety."— Presentation transcript:
Saving Children’s Lives English activities Lesson 3 Objectives to be able to retrieve relevant evidence to understand the importance of using a variety of mediums in media texts.
2 Starter Find the evidence from the text in front of you to write onto the lines.
3 odeshttp://www.savethechildren.org.uk/kroobay/webis odes.php?webisode=5&scene=3 Write down what you think is happening in the scene that you can hear. (Note to teacher: Remember to turn off the screen first.) Sight? Smells? People? Location? Country?
4 What was happening in the scene? Why would they choose to use these sounds?
5 Next to each of the pictures, write down what issue you think that that picture could be used to illustrate and why. For example, you might say about one picture, ‘Poverty because the children look ill’.
6 Photos: Save the Children
7 Persuasive techniques Rhetorical question
8 Save the Children campaigns Knit a hat for a baby Sign a card with a message for Gordon Brown Write a message and put it on the broccoli tree Buy a mosquito net to help prevent malaria Write a letter to your MP asking them to speak out about the problems Sign a petition to ask Gordon Brown to help find solutions.
9 Task Save the Children wants to get children involved in campaigning. In order to do this, they need to persuade children that they should campaign! Use a picture and write two paragraphs alongside it trying to persuade people to get involved. Use the campaign example on the page to help.
Plenary Copy down this address and go and create a birthday card yourselves. card