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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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Skills @ks4

Reading Non-Fiction 1

Skills @KS4

Conflict


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?


Skills @ks41

Reading Non-Fiction 2

Skills @KS4

Conflict



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’?


Skills @ks42

Reading Non-Fiction 3

Skills @KS4

Conflict


Skills ks4


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?


Skills @ks43

Reading Non-Fiction 4

Skills @KS4

Conflict



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?


Skills @ks44

Reading Non-Fiction 5

Skills @KS4

Conflict



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?


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Reading Non-Fiction 6

Skills @KS4

Conflict



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?