Photo story(Summative)Ariel

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Photo story(Summative)Ariel

  1. 1. Photo RightBy:ArielTuesday, 11 June, 13
  2. 2. IntroductionPart one: Children rightsPart two: Opportunities and CircumstancesPart three: ActionsTuesday, 11 June, 13
  3. 3. PART ONE:CHILDRENRIGHTWhat is children right?Children right means children under the age of 18 is allowed tohave the freedom of speech and childrens rights in survival,development, protection and participation.Tuesday, 11 June, 13
  4. 4. Drink Clean WaterMake donations directly tosupports the poor childrenwho have no access toclean waterHelp donate to Ryan’swell to make a clean waterwell for children to drinkTuesday, 11 June, 13
  5. 5. A children’s life is to beraised by a familyChildren should enjoytheir child hood instead ofgoing to work or beingexploitedChildren should be allowedto go on trips with familyFamily LifeTuesday, 11 June, 13
  6. 6. BEGGING FOR NEWSHOESIn basic lives childrenshould have shoesShoes are basic needsfor us to wear and useLet children have theopportunities to buynew shoesTuesday, 11 June, 13
  7. 7. Relax and PlayChildren should rest moreChildren should play moreChildren shouldn’t be doingadult workChildren should be allowed tojoin clubs or group up withdifferent childrenTuesday, 11 June, 13
  8. 8. Not for sale• Children should be sold• Children should be lovedand cared not sold• Children shouldn’t be inhuman trafficking• Children should be raisedproperly• It’s not about the moneyTuesday, 11 June, 13
  9. 9. DOCTOR HELP!The right to see adoctorChildren should becaredChildren should seethe doctorChildren should havethe right to go to thehospitalTuesday, 11 June, 13
  10. 10. EducationChildren shouldhave the right to beeducated properlyChildren shouldhave the right tolearnChildren shouldhave the right touse the educationthat they learntChildren shouldhave the right to beat schoolTuesday, 11 June, 13
  11. 11. Part Two:Opportunitiesand Circumstances• Good• BadTuesday, 11 June, 13
  12. 12. GoodTuesday, 11 June, 13
  13. 13. BADTuesday, 11 June, 13
  14. 14. Child Labour• 215 million childrenare forced to work• We should stopchild labour• We should belooked after• This is a badcircumstanceexampleTuesday, 11 June, 13
  15. 15. PART THREE:TAKING ACTION!Children should help takeaction for the food driveChildren can help give foodto other people that are inneedAdvocate to organizationsthat need your helpTuesday, 11 June, 13
  16. 16. DONATE UNWANTEDBOOKSHelp donate unwantedbooks to the otherchildren so that theother children can readthemTuesday, 11 June, 13
  17. 17. HELP STOP ABUSE40 MILLION CHILDRENARE ABUSEDHELP MAKEAWARENESS TO STOPABUSEIT’S THE PARENTSTHAT’S DOING THIS TOUSTuesday, 11 June, 13
  18. 18. Reading NewspapersMy feelingsn Reading newspapers helps me to understandmultiple facets of an issue such as:When I first read about the The South SudanChild Marriage I was shocked when I heard aboutit because in the age of 6-18 year old girls have tomarry a manTuesday, 11 June, 13
  19. 19. Conclusionn I have learnt to make :n awarenessn PSA(Public Service Announcement)n Help donate to the organizations such as: Free thechildren,UNICEF ....n I also wrote a poem about child abuseTuesday, 11 June, 13
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