Are secondary school students legally considered children?
SOURCE: AGE OF MAJORITY-WIKIPEDIA
TASK #2: Children’s Rights in Argentina
1. In 2005 a national Law for the Integral Protection of Children and Adolescents was enacted.
2. Argentina ratified the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child in 1994.
3. In 2010, Argentina established a National Plan of Action against the Commercial
SOURCE: LIBRARY OF CONGRESS .
TIP: How to download a page to use offline MAKE USE OF.
TASK 3: JIGSAW.
Teacher wants to activate prior knowledge through this game/jigsaw. (It's our turn to play)
What is the topic of the poster/brochure?
TASK 4: WATCH THE VIDEO and answer:
What rights are being neglected?
Make a vocabulary bank: use word, excell, power point
TASK 5: ss make a thematic collage
Choose pictures from:
Make a collage with PHOTOVISI:
ss work with CD 5, Berni for children, and write captions for each picture, invent new titles to each picture, describes them, take photographs of similar situations in their neighbourhood and upload them to a class blog.
T makes a Class Blog for ss to write, broadcast their ideas on children's rights in our country.
Let's create a word cloud using WORDLE.Include words that are connected to this revolution. Make your own glossary.
Watch the video. If you read your Wordle again, can you recognize any of these words in the video?
What is your opinion?
- I'm in favour of/ against revolutions because...
Tick the right option
★There was a motto that described the revolution.
★There were favours for the nobles.
★There were a lot of taxes to pay.
★The nobles were angry about the taxes.
★There was little food for the peasants.
★There were 6 coups d’état in 12 years
Look up more info about the causes of the French Revolution and make a video with MOVIE MAKER. Be creative. Be careful to choose good pictures.
Now using a spreadsheet try to make a time line with the most important events during this revolution. Use words from your word bank, and Simple Past to express past finished actions or Past Continuous to express long actions or interrupted actions in the past.
Teaching sequences slightly adapted; authors L. Simón & G. Rosetti