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  • 1. LO: To discuss the issues surrounding the word CHAV
  • 2. • What is a CHAV?• In your pairs/groups define this term.
  • 3. Definition of Chav  The Collins English Dictionary defines the word chav as "derogatory slang" It says a chav is "a young working class person whose tastes, although sometimes expensive, are considered vulgar" Do you agree with this definition?
  • 4. CHAV  Who do you think created the term CHAV? Who does it benefit?
  • 5. Plan B – Ill Manors  Watch the video for Ill Manors. What representation of British Youth do you see in this video? Does it enforce the CHAV stereotype? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s8GvLKTsTuI
  • 6. The Guardian on Ill Manors  Read The Guardians article on Plan B’s Ill Manors. What are the key points in the article? Do you agree that Ill Manors can act as a ‘protest song’?
  • 7. Plan B on CHAV’s  Read the Newsbeat article on Plan B’s view on the word CHAV. Do you agree with his comments?
  • 8. Harry Brown, Eden Lake + Ill Manors  Compare the representations of British youth seen in each of these texts. What social implications do these representations have?  Class?  Perpetuating stereotypes?

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