- Extensive reading, followed by a debate about Child Slavery in class.
- Reading aloud; practising pronunciation and reading-comprehension.
- Grammar: practising usage of verb tenses since there appears a varity of verbal tenses throughout the comic strip; discourse analysis: teaching connectors and cohesion devices, etc.
- A Project: different teams of students can research into child slavery in different parts of the world; or into different forms of child slavery: e.g. child soldiers, prostitution, child miners; children working in sweatshops, etc. Then, they can do a Power Point and present it to the rest of the class or to the school.
- Developing writing skills: students can write an argumentative composition (possible titles: OUR INDIFFERENCE TO THE FACT THERE ARE 400 MILLION CHILD SLAVES WORLDWIDE; DO INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS REALLY WANT TO PUT AN END TO CHILD SLAVERY?; WHO BENEFITS FROM CHEAP CHILD FORCED LABOUR, etc.)
- Students can also write letters to international organisations such as: UN; UNICEF; etc.
- Developing oral skills: students can write and deliver a speech against child slavery in class.
Monday, 7 March 2011
Iqbal Masih's Comic
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