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Reading Non-Fiction 1. Skills @KS4. Conflict. In this session you will:. Read and respond critically to an article/point of view and discuss the points made. links. Today’s article. Parenting – how to cope with teens. Essential Questions.

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in this session you will
In this session you will:

Read and respond critically to an article/point of view and discuss the points made

links

today s article
Today’s article

Parenting – how to cope with teens

essential questions
Essential Questions
  • Whose point of view is the article from? How do you know?
  • What is the purpose of the article? How do you know?
  • Do you agree with the points made in the article?
  • Which points do you wish your parents knew?
  • Which points do you wish your teachers knew?
in this session you will1
In this session you will:

Read and respond critically to a report/point of view and discuss the points made

links

today s report
Today’s report

Arguing could be good for you

essential questions1
Essential Questions
  • What is the purpose of the report? How do you know? Does it do anything else?
  • How many experts have been used in the writing of this report? Why is this important?
  • How does the report differ from the article on teens and parents from last week?
  • Are you told ‘not to argue’ by parents/teachers?
  • Are there different types of arguing?
  • Should we teach ‘argument skills’?
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You can call me Al

  • Under African Skies
in this session you will2
In this session you will:

Read and respond critically to an article/point of view and discuss the points made

links

today s article1
Today’s article

Paul Simon has no regrets over ‘Graceland’ controversy

paul simon
Paul Simon
  • Part of the duo Simon and Garfunkel
  • In the 1980 he went to South Africa to collaborate with African artists on his new album Graceland
  • It was a massive hit – but he was widely criticised for breaking a UN boycott of Apartheid. Many Western artists were actively involved in supporting the boycott.
  • Paul Simon says he went there to make music – not to support Apartheid
essential questions2
Essential Questions
  • What is the purpose of the article?
  • How does this article differ from the previous articles and reports?
  • Do you think that Paul Simon was right to do what he did?
  • Can you think of similar situation today with a celebrity/musician who might be misunderstood/criticised?
in this session you will3
In this session you will:

Read and respond critically to a front page report/point of view and discuss the points made

links

today s report1
Today’s report

1977: Steve Biko dies in custody

essential questions3
Essential Questions
  • What is the purpose of the report?
  • How does this report differ from the previous reports?
  • What evidence is there in this report that this event was critical for the South African movement, and of immense international significance?
in this session you will4
In this session you will:

Read and respond critically to an article/point of view and discuss the points made

links

today s article2
Today’s article

The Brothers Who Made a Stand

essential questions4
Essential Questions
  • What is the purpose of the article?
  • What have you learnt from this article about the way that conscientious objectors were treated?
  • If, as in some South American countries and Middle Eastern countries, conscription was mandatory (you had to sign up) what might your objections be that you could lead to your becoming a conscientious objector?
in this session you will5
In this session you will:

Read and respond critically to an article/point of view and discuss the points made

links

today s article3
Today’s article

The Battle of

essential questions5
Essential Questions
  • What is the purpose of the article?
  • The article uses far more emotive language than some of the others that we have looked at. Pick some of these words out.
  • Were they right to riot?
  • Are riots the best way to make a point – even if the point is a very good one?
  • Thinking back to the WW1 brothers: why didn’t conscientious objectors riot to get their point across?
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