Activity 4


Why do young activists get involved?




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  • indeed (adv.)
  • whereas (adv.)
  • protesting crowd /ˈkraʊd/ (n.)
  • be responsible for (v.)
  • be targeted for / be the target of (v.)
  • be upset / be angry at (v.)
  • feel concerned by (v.)
  • make the world a better place (v.)
  • raise awareness /əˈwɛənɪs/ (v.)
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PATH
B

1-B
Make a list of the expressions (more than 2 words) you hear in the video.

2-B
What type of video is it? What is its aim?

3-B
List the elements that make young people more effective activists.

4-B
Do you agree?


Useful vocabulary: This video aims at + V-ing...
I definitely agree with the idea that...
Being... makes her / him more effective.

DIFFERENTIATION


Watch the video.
Then, click on your path!

A
or
B

Workbook p. 93
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PATH
A

1-A
Pick out as many words as possible from the video.

2-A
Make a short presentation of it (Who? What? Where? When?)

3-A
List the places mentioned.

4-A
What do they have in common?


Useful vocabulary: The action takes place in...
It shows...
The places mentioned are all...

Let's talk this out!

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PAIR WORK
MEDIATION

Share your findings with your classmates.

5
Imagine other reasons why teen activists are more effective.

6
In your opinion, what could stop them? What do they need?


Useful vocabulary: Teen activists can really make a difference because...
What could stop / prevent them from achieving their aims is...
In order to succeed in being taken seriously, they need to...

Group of women protesting for equality.
Group of women protesting for equality.

Over to you!

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Activity 4
and / or
Activity 5
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Post a comment on the video page to give your own opinion about teen activism (120 words). Explain why you think teen activists can really make a difference.

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