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HWB – Second level Lesson 1 BBC Children in Need 2015 Delete before using in lesson Available to print from this document: Learner sheet (slide 15)
In this lesson, you will… Learn to facilitate and report on a group discussion Think about what charities are, and who they help Find out how everyone can play an important role in supporting charities Learn about some of the projects that BBC Children in Need supports
We are going to learn how to work more efficiently in a group, by using three important group roles. Group FacilitatorGroup ReporterGroup Recorder Your job is to lead the discussion. You are not in charge, but you do decide whose turn it is to speak. You must make sure that everyone has their chance to share their ideas. You will be responsible for sharing the group’s ideas with the rest of the class. Make sure you keep to the point and only include the important information. You are responsible for writing down the key points which are discussed in your group. Make sure that you make a note of the important things your group says. Choose a Group Facilitator, Reporter and Recorder.
What is a charity? You are going to write down what you understand by the word ‘charity’ Group Task 1
Choose a group Facilitator, Reporter and Recorder. You have minutes to come up with a shared group answer Be ready to report back Group Task 1
BBC Children in Need is a charity A charity is an organisation that uses money it is given or has raised to help others Services Time Charity You can be charitable by giving away… Possessions To be charitable means to show kindness or generosity to others when they need it Money
A charity is an organisation that raises money to do good, or support those in need. Do you know of any charities? Make a list of their names and what they do Group Task 2
Choose a NEW group Facilitator, Recorder and Reporter. You have minutes to come up with a shared group answer Be ready to report back Group Task 2
BBC Children in Need is a UK-wide charity, which gives money to projects to help children in the UK. What kind of children does BBC Children in Need help?
Choose a NEW group Facilitator, Recorder and Reporter. You have minutes to come up with a shared group answer Be ready to report back Group Task 3
Let’s consider the type of children that BBC Children in Need helps… Please stand up and listen to the instructions...
You see, BBC Children in Need helps children just like you, who are facing a difficult situation. Video clip 3 Where will your fundraising go? (Click image to play video)
Can you think of ways to be a Champion and help these children smile? Has a family member who is really sick Was born with a disability Someone close to them has passed away Was involved in an accident Live in an area where it’s not safe to play outside Mum had twins and is finding it hard to manage at home Parents have lost their jobs and can’t pay for enough food Started to get into trouble at school or with the police Developed a serious illness
Can you think of ways to be a Champion and help these children smile? Each group has an envelope…
Help me smile (Put each scenario into an envelope for each group at the start of the lesson and then delete this slide) My name is William. When I was growing inside my mum’s tummy, I developed differently. It meant that I found it more difficult to learn to walk and talk. I couldn’t go to the nursery that my sister went to, so I went to a special one. My name is Todd. The worst things about having a brain tumour are the medicine and not being able to play with my friends. The chemotherapy made me sick and grumpy and then it made my hair fall out. I didn’t look like Todd anymore and I didn’t understand why medicine would make me look and feel worse. I’m called Summer. Where I live it’s really busy. There aren’t many places I can go to play. I also have Down Syndrome which makes it difficult for me to understand things and to be understood as quickly as some people. I like the trampoline and wish I had a scooter but I need help to do some things safely. My name is Shay. I used to love playing football, but after every game I would get bad pains in my legs that took days to get over. I just got on with it. Then one day I got a rash and went to the doctor loads of times to find out what was causing it. I missed six months of school and my friends stopped calling round. I wish I could be out playing football with them. My name is Joe and when my heart wasn’t working properly, I needed an operation to have a new one. I stayed in hospital for ages waiting for the right donor. Something called a Berlin worked a bit like a beating heart for me. I was really glad when I got a new heart and went home from hospital. I’m still poorly sometimes and mum teaches me and my sister at home. I have to take lots of medicine
Help me smile! BBC Children in Need wants to see that every child in the UK has a childhood which is safe, happy and secure, and allows them the chance to reach their potential. Doing this could put smiles on the faces of children all around the UK Can you think of ways to be a Champion and help these children smile?
Choose a NEW group Facilitator, Recorder and Reporter Open your envelopes You have time now to come up with a shared group answer Be ready to report back Group Task 4
Follow the links on your LearnPad or use your iPads to find out how these projects help children like you in Scotland
Well done for today… Remember that it doesn’t always take a big thing to make a difference, sometimes even a little help makes a lot of difference. When we fundraise for BBC Children in Need, even the smallest donation could make a big difference to a child just like you. Why not discuss your ideas with learners from other classes at break or lunchtime? So, be champions and let’s get fundraising, so that we have something to celebrate in the… Celebration of Champions
In this lesson, did you… Learn how to facilitate and report on a group discussion? Think about what charities are, and who they help? Find out how everyone can play an important role in supporting charities? Learn about some of the projects that BBC Children in Need supports? Next time, you will learn how to take on different roles when working in a group, and start planning your own fundraising for BBC Children in Need