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Activity 4


Why do young activists get involved?






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

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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.)

DIFFERENTIATION


Watch the video.
Then, click on your path!

A
or
B

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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...
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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.

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...

Over to you!

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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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