Session six: reflection

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!

STEP 1

Go back to your Final Piece. Make sure you have finished it and uploaded it to the Hub. You can find all of the instructions in last week's session here.


STEP 2

Skills reflection! Go through this PowerPoint, thinking about your answers to each of the questions.


STEP 3

Final thoughts

  1. How did you use each of the news-literacy skills during this Issue: speaking, listening, problem-solving and creativity?
  2. Which of these skills is the most important for the protest? Why?

Over to you!

Share your final thoughts in the comments below. Check out other BNC member's Final Pieces and don't forget to give them some feedback! It would be great if you could link your suggestions to the skills.

BNC Skills 2020 Descriptions

We'll see you after half term for the next Issue! Head to the comments section to add any guesses about what you think it might be about.

Comments (4)

  • Hammond School logo analytical_sea | Hammond Junior School F
    08 Feb 2021

    Hmmmm... I have no idea! Maybe about a topic of protest like Climate Change??

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  • Michael-Faraday-logo-250x250.jpg decisive_redcurrant | Michael Faraday School
    11 Feb 2021

    Hi burnet news club id just like to say that thank you so much for this topic iv learnt so much and more!! I have been inspired by so many amazing people and it has certainly helped me in life!!
    Thank you ever so much for this topic i coudlnt ask or more!!!
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    STEP 3

    Final thoughts

    How did you use each of the news-literacy skills during this Issue: speaking, listening, problem-solving and creativity?
    Which of these skills is the most important for the protest? Why?

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  • Lyons Hall Primary School ingenious_leaf | Lyons Hall Primary School A
    12 Feb 2021

    what is the opposite of shh and shh

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  • Upton-Cross-logo-250x250.jpg discreet_drum | Upton Cross Primary School
    18 Feb 2021

    In my point of view, I believe that the skills; listening and speaking are the most important for protest. Firstly, speaking is the most important because you can’t voice your point without being vocal, which also comes with a sense of strong confidence attitude. Others won’t know your point of importance and seriousness of the protest.

    Secondly, it’s no point if no one is listening to what you’re saying and what points you’re trying to make. So it’s important for people to listen in protests, otherwise we wouldn’t have the world we have now if no one ever listened to what anyone is saying or telling.

    Feedback for others:

    busy_chicken - Why is protest important? - I agree with your advice because if we don’t help each other, we will struggle and wouldn’t know how to handle and manage some situations. My advice to you is that, next time if you could give other examples and in more detail.

    Marvellous_melon - What should we do to still be able to protest during covid-19? - I agree that social media is a great way to spread the message about all different kinds of opinions. You also said that people from all over the world could look at the app but, what if some countries don’t have social media such as North Korea?

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