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Big brands, Tiny hands




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Get ready

1
Read the question: "What can we do to help the world’s children?". Write down the nouns, the verbs and the auxiliary.

Nouns: 
Verbs: 
Auxiliary: 

2
Complete the sentence to reformulate the question.
    I must think about what I
    change in order to
    young people around the
    .

    3
    Brainstorm from the title of the chapter.

    Brand
    Do you know any big brands?
    Big / tiny
    Find synonyms for each word.
    Is there


    Big brands, tiny hands

    We
    Who is the question aimed at?
    Tiny hands
    Who do they refer to?

    4
    Check with this table what you already know.
    Today, can you... Prove it! 🙂 🙁
    discuss the past?
    In the past,
    recount past experiences? So far, I have
    One year ago,
    express obligations ? Children have to
    tell stories objectively? Tiny hands refers to
    who
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    Observe and listen

    1
    Identify the elements of the artwork.
    Slave Labour

    <stamp theme='esp-blue'>Doc. 1</stamp> Slave Labour

    Banksy, Slave Labour, 2012.

    a :
    b :
    c :
    d :
    e :

    2
    Complete the sentence with information about the work of art.

    This is an example of by the artist . He created it on the wall of a Poundland shop in London in .

    3
    Listen to the audio and find out more about Banksy’s intention.
    Audio guide

    a) Slave Labour is an example of (impressionist painting / street art / abstract art).
    b) The aim of this work of art is to (denounce child labour / encourage children to work / criticise the British education system).
    c) In 2013, the mural was destroyed. (Right. / Wrong.)

    4
    Do you like Banksy’s street art? Explain.💡 Tip: Yes, I like it because... No, I don't like it because...

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    Let’s have fun

    1
    Tick the odd one out.











    2
    Listen to the recording. Clap to the rhythm and practise saying the poem.



    3
    Find these words in the poem.

    a) /maɪn/ → 
    b) /wɜːk/ → 
    c) /ˈmɪljənz/ → 
    d) /ˈʧaɪldhʊd/ → 
    e) /ˈtaɪni/ → 
    f) /brændz/ → 

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    Let's have fun

    Poem

    Childhood is for playing, innocent and free

    But some children have to work and help their family.

    Millions of little ones use their tiny hands

    To help mine and manufacture your favourite brands.