Nelson mandela demo teaching Grade 8

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  1. 1. Write O if the pair of words are opposite in meaning, S if it is similar in meaning. S 1. S 2. O 3. S 4. O O 5. apartheid issue impartiality uneducated imprison impoverished segregation crisis inequality illiterate liberate wealthy
  2. 2. 1.Who is Nelson Mandela? 2.What is apartheid? 3.What is the ideal that Mandela is prepared to die for? 4.Do you have an ideal that you are willing to risk your life for? What is it and how important is it for you as a person?
  3. 3. Complete the text taken from the article by filling the gaps. Choose your answer from the box. actions aid knowledge man medicines debt school look weapons world child Mandela says… knowledge The world has made great progress in science, technology, (1) ________ and information. But, millions of children die because they can’t get (2) medicines and millions of ________ children don’t go to (3) ________. school world We spend more money on (4)weapons than on tackling the (5) ________ crisis. ________ man Poverty is not natural, it is (6) ________-made. Things that must be done… ensure trade justice and get rid of the (7) ________ of the poorest countries debt deliver more high-quality (8)________ aid the leaders of the world should not (9) ________ the other way look the world wants (10) ________ not words actions
  4. 4. 1. In your opinion, why do you think millions of children suffer despite the great progress and advances we attained? 2. Think about our country, do you think the Philippines is trapped in the prison of despair, disease and hunger?
  5. 5. Name________________________________Date_____Group___ 1. Responding to Literature. Have the group respond to the article read by completing the graphic organizer. RESPONDING TO LITERATURE Directions: After reading the selection, write responses to what you have read by completing the sentence stems below. __________________________________________ (Title of book, chapter, article, story, or poem) by______________________________ (Author’s first and last name) I noticed________________________________________ A question I have is______________________________ I wonder why____________________________________ I cant really understand__________________________ I know the feeling________________________________ I loved the way__________________________________ I realized________________________________________ If I were__________________________________________ I discovered_____________________________________
  6. 6. 2. Question the Author. Have the group analyze what was said in the article, how well it was said, and how the article might be improved.
  7. 7. 3. SOAPSTone. Have the group use the SOAPSTone tool to analyze the article. Provide the elements asked in the graphic organizer.
  8. 8. 4. Cause-andEffect. Have the group identify the causes and results of poverty.
  9. 9. 5. Problem and Solution. Have the group record a problem presented in the article and suggest a solution to address this problem.
  10. 10. 6. Oreo Opinion Writing. Have the group discuss their view of the article, state their reason s or thoughts about their opinion, give an example of their reason, and restate their opinion.
  11. 11. 1. Communicative competence – ability to clearly deliver the message of the presentation – 40% 2. Collaboration – group cohesiveness – 30% 3.Correctness of content – accuracy of details - 30%
  12. 12. Write a letter to the late Nelson Mandela telling him or assuring him of your plans and actions to help the poor and how you can make a difference and be part of that great generation. Continue the first part of the letter below. Dear Nelson Mandela, Thank you for opening my eyes to the issues that our generation is facing. Thank you for telling me that I can be one of that ‘great generation’. Here are my plans and actions to help the poor: I will…

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