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  • The Burnet News Club Ways To Have Your Say Inspiration for blog posts! Ways to have your say
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  • The Burnet News Club Ways To Have Your Say Here are some ideas for ways to express your ideas. You dont have to stick to these you could do whatever you like!
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  • The Burnet News Club Ways To Have Your Say OPINION ARTICLE Write an opinion article by making your argument in a clear, logical way. FORMAT OPTIONS: Writing, video, audio
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  • The Burnet News Club Ways To Have Your Say INTERVIEW Interview someone about the topic. { Why not film your interview? } FORMAT OPTIONS: Writing, video, audio
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  • The Burnet News Club Ways To Have Your Say DEBATE Film or record a debate between two or more people on the topic. { Why not make an audio debate like something you would hear on the radio? } FORMAT OPTIONS: Video, audio, radio
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  • The Burnet News Club Ways To Have Your Say LIST Lists can help you to think about things and help others respond to your ideas. Here are some examples of lists you could write on the blog, which might get some interesting responses from other children. FORMAT OPTIONS: Writing, video, audio 5 things I believe now 3 things I am confused about 5 examples of 4 questions I have now 6 claims that need checking
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  • The Burnet News Club Ways To Have Your Say SCRIPT You could write a script with two or more people talking about a topic. This might help you to imagine what different people would say about the topic. { You could record a radio play. How about filming people in your club interviewing each other in the hot seat? } FORMAT OPTIONS: Writing, video, audio
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  • The Burnet News Club Ways To Have Your Say THE STORY OF YOUR STANDPOINT Write about how your standpoint has changed over the course of your club sessions on a topic. { You could film yourself talking to camera or explaining to a friend } FORMAT OPTIONS: Writing, video, audio
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  • The Burnet News Club Ways To Have Your Say THE TOPIC MINI-REPORT Report what you have learned about the topic (and from who and where), what surprised you most, and what the most important influence was on you reaching your standpoint. Then explain your standpoint with reasons, even if it is I dont know what to think. FORMAT OPTIONS: Writing, video, audio { Make a mini audio report in the style of a radio documentary }
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  • The Burnet News Club Ways To Have Your Say A LETTER TO Imagine you are writing a letter to any of the people whose standpoints you have read about, or who are involved with this topic. Explain to them one of the following: What you think and why What you doubt in their arguments and why Or what you think they should do to help and why FORMAT OPTIONS: Writing
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  • The Burnet News Club Ways To Have Your Say PROPOSAL It is interesting to think about ways to make things better in the world you live in. Try making a proposal and give your reasons why you think the world would be a better place if it were accepted. You could talk about your school, your community or the wider society. FORMAT OPTIONS: Writing, video, radio
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  • The Burnet News Club Ways To Have Your Say PHOTOS Newspaper editors choose to include different types of pictures in their newspapers depending on what they want people to think about an issue. If you find a photo that helps you to express your standpoint on the current issue, please post it on the blog but dont forget to explain how it expresses your point of view. Go into as much detail as you can about that! FORMAT OPTIONS: Photography
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  • The Burnet News Club Ways To Have Your Say POLITICAL CARTOONS FORMAT OPTIONS: Drawing Some people have a talent for expressing their opinions with a drawing or a comic strip. Can you draw a picture or a short comic strip that will clearly tell people your standpoint and explain some of your reasons? This is tricky to do, but fun!