6ème SIA – Children’s rights

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Matière: EMC

Niveau: 6ème

Chapter: Les droits des enfants

Objectifs: Organiser une exposition en utilisant certaines affiches éditées par l’UNICEF à l’occasion des 20 ans de la CIDE. Les élèves travaillent en groupe et réalisent des travaux de recherches sur le thème de l’affiche et un pays ciblé (grâce à une vidéo sur le même thème). 

 

 

 

Themes:

Group 1: Child marriage

Defying the pressure to marry young in India

Defying the pressure to marry young in India

UNICEF correspondent Chris Niles reports on how European Commission support for UNICEF programmes is helping to end child marriage in India. For more information, visit: http://www.unicef.org/infobycountry/india_53403.html

 

Step 1:

1 – Watch the video just above and answer the questions (PART 1 of the Activity Sheet)

Step 2:

2 – Use the answers of Part 1 to make a short summary of the video . (PART 2)

BONUS: use some connectives

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3 – Make a Screenshot of the video and save it on the computer. Make a short description of the screenshot (PART 3)

4 – Find in the Convention the article corresponding to the right mentioned in the video. (PART 4)

5 – Find information about the country (PART 5)

6 – Save on the computer a map of the country (click here)

7 – Save on the computer the flag of the country (click here)

 

Step 3:

8 – Go on Lucidpress (click here), and fill the document called « Focus on children’s rights » (Check the sucess criteria – PART 6)

Group 2: Child Soldiers

Reintegrating child soldiers in Chad

UNICEF: Reintegrating child soldiers in Chad

http://www.unicef.org/infobycountry/chad_53771.html A regional conference on the recruitment and use of children in armed forces and groups will take place 7-9 June in N’Djamena, Chad — organized by UNICEF and the Government of Chad to seek international commitments on ending the use of child soldiers and better providing for their re-integration and care.

Step 1:

1 – Watch the video just above and answer the questions (PART 1 of the Activity Sheet)

Step 2:

2 – Use the answers of Part 1 to make a short summary of the video . (PART 2)

BONUS: use some connectives

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3 – Make a Screenshot of the video and save it on the computer. Make a short description of the screenshot (PART 3)

4 – Find in the Convention the article corresponding to the right mentioned in the video. (PART 4)

5 – Find information about the country (PART 5)

6 – Save on the computer a map of the country (click here)

7 – Save on the computer the flag of the country (click here)

Step 3:

8 – Go on Lucidpress (click here), and fill the document called « Focus on children’s rights » (Check the sucess criteria – PART 6)

Group 3: Education for girls

Girls Education Project gets Nigerian girls back into school

Girls Education Project gets Nigerian girls back into school

Jamila, 12, goes door to door every day selling vegetables. It has been four years since she had to quit school. Jamila is one of many girls from poor families who have been forced to leave their education behind in northern Nigeria, where 40 per cent of school-aged children are not in school.

Step 1:

1 – Watch the video just above and answer the questions (PART 1 of the Activity Sheet)

Step 2:

2 – Use the answers of Part 1 to make a short summary of the video . (PART 2)

BONUS: use some connectives

howtoconnectives

3 – Make a Screenshot of the video and save it on the computer. Make a short description of the screenshot (PART 3)

4 – Find in the Convention the article corresponding to the right mentioned in the video. (PART 4)

5 – Find information about the country (PART 5)

6 – Save on the computer a map of the country (click here)

7 – Save on the computer the flag of the country (click here)

Step 3:

8 – Go on Lucidpress (click here), and fill the document called « Focus on children’s rights » (Check the sucess criteria – PART 6)

Group 4: Vaccination

Emergency Measles Vaccination Campaign in Central African Republic

Emergency Measles Vaccination Campaign in Central African Republic

UNICEF – Emergency Measles Vaccination Campaign to protect 125,000 children in Central African Republic. 22-26 May 2013. Photo, Audio, Music and Edition: Jordi Matas for UNICEF Production: Linda Tom Voice Over: Salome van Zyl

Step 1:

1 – Watch the video just above and answer the questions (PART 1 of the Activity Sheet)

Step 2:

2 – Use the answers of Part 1 to make a short summary of the video . (PART 2)

BONUS: use some connectives

howtoconnectives

3 – Make a Screenshot of the video and save it on the computer. Make a short description of the screenshot (PART 3)

4 – Find in the Convention the article corresponding to the right mentioned in the video. (PART 4)

5 – Find information about the country (PART 5)

6 – Save on the computer a map of the country (click here)

7 – Save on the computer the flag of the country (click here)

Step 3:

8 – Go on Lucidpress (click here), and fill the document called « Focus on children’s rights » (Check the sucess criteria – PART 6)

Group 5: Fight against HIV 

Malaysian women unite against HIV/AIDS

UNICEF: Malaysian women unite against HIV/AIDS

Tens of thousands of children in Malaysia are affected by HIV today. Children are suffering because HIV is increasingly infecting women in Malaysia. In the past 10 years, the number of women newly infected with HIV has increased 4x. The majority are housewives who are infected by their husbands and transmit the virus to their babies.

Step 1:

1 – Watch the video just above and answer the questions (PART 1 of the Activity Sheet)

Step 2:

2 – Use the answers of Part 1 to make a short summary of the video . (PART 2)

BONUS: use some connectives

howtoconnectives

3 – Make a Screenshot of the video and save it on the computer. Make a short description of the screenshot (PART 3)

4 – Find in the Convention the article corresponding to the right mentioned in the video. (PART 4)

5 – Find information about the country (PART 5)

6 – Save on the computer a map of the country (click here)

7 – Save on the computer the flag of the country (click here)

Step 3:

8 – Go on Lucidpress (click here), and fill the document called « Focus on children’s rights » (Check the sucess criteria – PART 6)

Group 6: Clean water

Providing clean water and preventing disease for Syrian refugees in Lebanon

Providing clean water and preventing disease for Syrian refugees in Lebanon

UNICEF and partners are providing clean drinking water to Syrian refugees in Lebanon. For more information, please visit: http://www.unicef.org/infobycountry/lebanon_66235.html

Step 1:

1 – Watch the video just above and answer the questions (PART 1 of the Activity Sheet)

Step 2:

2 – Use the answers of Part 1 to make a short summary of the video . (PART 2)

BONUS: use some connectives

howtoconnectives

3 – Make a Screenshot of the video and save it on the computer. Make a short description of the screenshot (PART 3)

4 – Find in the Convention the article corresponding to the right mentioned in the video. (PART 4)

5 – Find information about the country (PART 5)

6 – Save on the computer a map of the country (click here)

7 – Save on the computer the flag of the country (click here)

Step 3:

8 – Go on Lucidpress (click here), and fill the document called « Focus on children’s rights » (Check the sucess criteria – PART 6)

Group 7: Child malnutrition

Child malnutrition rates remain alarming in Chad

Child malnutrition rates remain alarming in Chad

UNICEF correspondent Suzanne Beukes reports on child malnutrition in the Sahel belt region of Chad. For more information, please visit: http://www.unicef.org/infobycountry/chad_65674.html

Step 1:

1 – Watch the video just above and answer the questions (PART 1 of the Activity Sheet)

Step 2:

2 – Use the answers of Part 1 to make a short summary of the video . (PART 2)

BONUS: use some connectives

howtoconnectives

3 – Make a Screenshot of the video and save it on the computer. Make a short description of the screenshot (PART 3)

4 – Find in the Convention the article corresponding to the right mentioned in the video. (PART 4)

5 – Find information about the country (PART 5)

6 – Save on the computer a map of the country (click here)

7 – Save on the computer the flag of the country (click here)

Step 3:

8 – Go on Lucidpress (click here), and fill the document called « Focus on children’s rights » (Check the sucess criteria – PART 6)

Group 8: Child Labour

Child Labour in Bolivia Means Working in One of the World’s Most Dangerous Mines

Child Labour in Bolivia Means Working in One of the World’s Most Dangerous Mines | UNICEF

Young Bolivian children working in one of the most dangerous mines in the world. Subscribe to UNICEF here: http://bit.ly/1ltTE3m The official UNICEF YouTube channel is your primary destination for the latest news updates from the frontline, documentaries, celebrity appeals, and more about our work to get the rights of every child realized.

Step 1:

1 – Watch the video just above and answer the questions (PART 1 of the Activity Sheet)

Step 2:

2 – Use the answers of Part 1 to make a short summary of the video . (PART 2)

BONUS: use some connectives

howtoconnectives

3 – Make a Screenshot of the video and save it on the computer. Make a short description of the screenshot (PART 3)

4 – Find in the Convention the article corresponding to the right mentioned in the video. (PART 4)

5 – Find information about the country (PART 5)

6 – Save on the computer a map of the country (click here)

7 – Save on the computer the flag of the country (click here)

Step 3:

8 – Go on Lucidpress (click here), and fill the document called « Focus on children’s rights » (Check the sucess criteria – PART 6)

 


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