On a3 paper to hold up and jot the positivesPRINT OFF TYPE OR JUST TELL EACH GROUPPICKED 6TYPES TO LIMIT PRESENTATIONS AS SOME WONT WANT TO PRESENT BUT CAN JUST PLAN
+CAN REACH A LARGE AUDIENCE, FREE, QUICK TO SET UP, GOOD FOR YOUNG PEOPLE_ NEED TO WORK TO GET FOLLOWERS AND IF NOT SEEN HAS NO EFFECT
+ CAN SHOW PASSION, IMMEDIATE AUDIENCE, MUST BE PERSUASIVE- NERVES, WHERE TO GET YOUR AUDIENCE, WHAT NEXT
+ EYE CATCHING, LARGE AUDIENCE SAY AROUND SCHOOLDIFFICULT TO JUDGE EFFECT, LIMITED INFORMATIONMAY WORK WELL TO GET INTEREST AND WORK ALONGSIDE A SOCIAL NETWORKING SITE
+ INFLUENTIAL PEOPLE - MIGHT NOT BE SEEN OR RESPONDED TO
+LOTS OF INFORMATION, ASSISTS A SPEECHCAREFUL PLANNING, WHAT NEXT?
+NUMBERS_ MIGHT NOT BE EFFECTIVE
WRITE DOWN ANSWERS THEN FEEDBACK AT END?Discuss pros and cons of each
Not sure if this is accurate for everyone by this stage?
Stage 2.4 2.7
1. SPPRENWA 2. ROPSTE 3. SOIVLEETIN UNSCRAMBLE THESE WORDS4. BTUYUOE Finished? What is the link? 6. WRTITTE 5. TLEFAEL
1. NEWSPAPER 2. POSTER 3. TELEVISION UNSCRAMBLE THESE WORDS4. YOUTUBE They are all types of… Media/Campaigning 6. TWITTER 5. LEAFLET
Today we will…• Finalise planning for stages 2.4-2.7 - 2.4 ‘What types of media will you use to get your message across?’ (pg 20) - 2.5 ‘Why have you chosen these types of media?’ (pg 21-22) - 2.6 ‘How do you intend to discover what impact your advocacy has had?’ (pg 23) - 2.7 ‘How long is this going to take?’ (pg23)
2.4 ‘What types of media will you use to get your message across?’ (pg 20)2.5 ‘Why have you chosen these types of media?’ (pg 21 -22) In this section you get marks forjustifying your choice…sell why you chose these types of media and show off how appropriate they are for your campaign.
PETITIONWhat are e-petitions?e-petitions are an easy, personal way for you toinfluence government and Parliament in theUK. You can create an e-petition aboutanything that the government is responsiblefor and if it gets at least 100,000 signatures, itwill be considered for debate in the House ofCommons.
Can you fill in the blanks… • I think my group should use _________ as it will __________ • I don’t think my group should use _________ because _________ ‘I think my group should use a poster around school, as it will be immediatelyaccessible to over 2000 people and can be used to direct people to our othermedia.’‘I don’t think my group should use a letter to an MP, as we are aiming to raiselocal awareness and we can do this more effectively through methods aimeddirectly at the public.’
2.6 How do you intend to discover what impact your advocacy has had? (Page 23)READ THE INSTRUCTIONS ON PAGE 23.Decide if the following are open or closed questions…
2.6 How do you intend to discover what impact your advocacy has had? (Page 23)• On a scale of 1 – 10 how much do know about plans to develop the high-speed railway HS2?• Should people at 16 be allowed to vote?• Do you feel that people your age are keen to tackle homophobia around school, and if so why?• What is your general attitude towards the homeless?• Do you think people should have the right to die? Y/N• ‘Information about profits and taxes should be completely transparent’ AGREE/NOT SURE/DISAGREE
2.7 How long is this going to take? Estimate the time you will need to: (page23)• Find information • Stage 3 involves preparing resources and carrying out• Prepare the advocacy the advocacy – this has to be• Carry out the written up and all resources presented by the 12th Oct. advocacy • It is likely you will need to use• Assess the impact Summer to gather• Review the task information and prepare, and September to carry this out.• Stage 4 and stage 5 must be completed by Christmas break so you will need to spend Oct and November on these.
HOMEWORK• Prepare any drafts to be written up in controlled conditions next lesson• Look back at any improvements you might need to make at this stage