|Welcome my Fiery Friends! Your team (of about 6-8
You will then use the information you have gathered to share ideas with members from the other class teams.
1. Compare your ideas of what the Rights of the Child mean with those of the other members of your group.
Go to the The
Rights of the
Child page and
3. Read it as a group, discuss what it means and rewrite it in your own words - either in Wordle or on "A Web Whiteboard". You might need to have a dictionary handy or use the online dictionary and Wikipedia.)
investigate the Right of the Child (Number 9 - Child Labor), you need to
each take on different perspectives or roles (some of you might have to double up) -
become that perspective or role even if you personally disagree with it.
The Perspectives or Roles are:
A. Child Labourer
B. NGO Worker
C. Villager or Parents of Child
D. Person/Company using Child Labourers
E. Activist Organisation Worker
F. Child Activist
5. Work out which person will take on which perspective or role and then use the Resources listed below for each perspective to answer the question (s):
Should there be Child Labor? Why? or Why Not?
There are 3 positions you could take:
Children shouldn't work
REMEMBER: Take a particular stance on this question depending on how you think your perspective would act or believe.
Villager or Parents of Child Labourer
Person or Company using Child Labourers
Activist Organisation Worker:
Debate/Discussion: Should there be Child Labor? Why? or Why Not?
Come to consensus about the Questions and be ready to explain them to the rest of the class.
7. CREATIVE ACTIVITIES:
After you have debated your question, you are to create a piece of art work and a play, song or commercial about your Right and the issues surrounding it. Remember, it is important to show the complexities of this issue (there are many sides and people have different views).
Each student is to create their own art work or cartoon about the children and their situation from your perspective.
Together, as a team, you are to create a puppet play, song, commercial or pantomime about your Rights of the Child.
You can stay in your perspective or role.
Your team must cover the following duties (so you need to allocate two people to each duty):
Writer - your job is to create the script for the puppet play; or, the theme for the song; or the words for the commercial or pantomime.
Designer - your job is to create the backdrop for the puppet play; or, commercial or pantomime. If your group decides to create a song, you need to design the CD cover for it.
Performers - your job is to covert the script into a creative piece of work!
Ideas Contributor/Director you need to be creative and think of ideas and direct the performance.
Return to Plan of Attack to continue your mission.
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