Play, pause, talk BNC session video!
Join Tom and Olivia for this week's session. In this video, we'll walk you through each activity, give examples and hints, and then ask you to pause and complete the activities in your own time. Check it out!
Scroll down for all of the activities from this session.
Have you heard anything about this Issue since last week? This could be things you have seen in the news, conversations you have had on the Hub or something else that's related to protest. Has your opinion changed on anything since last week?
Have a look at these keywords from the Issue.
Now look at the questions below and read them aloud. They probably don't make much sense!
- What is the difference between shh and shh?
- What is similar about shh and shh?
- How does shh show shh?
- How do we know if shh has/have worked?
- Who might think differently about shh?
Your challenge is to replace each of the SHHs in the question with keywords from the picture. For example: what is the different between protest and standing up for others?
Warning! Not all of the keywords work for every question! Once you have questions that make sense, see if you can answer them yourself to recap your learning on this Issue.
CHALLENGE: try to come up with your own SHH questions for the rest of the club and write them in the comments below.
It's podcast time! A podcast is like a radio show and we want you to have a go at making your own. As many of you won't be at school, working in a group might be quite difficult. Fear not! Here are some top tips.
- It's fine to work on your own and type up your podcast, then upload it as a Final Piece post.
- If you'd like to record your podcast, perhaps two people in your household would like to join in? Everyone is welcome! Alternatively, you can act as three characters... that's fine!
- You could work with two friends from your school via Zoom or on the phone. We'll leave the technology up to you!
- If you are able to record your podcast - that's great! You can find instructions on how to upload it here.
If you have any problems or questions, please write them in the comments section and we'll try to help out!
Download the planning sheet you help you prepare. You have until the end of half term to upload your Final Pieces (Sunday 14th February).