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Junk Food Science News Report KS 3/4 Lesson Sample Slides
Lesson Objectives • What: • To be able to collect information • To tell the difference between scientific facts and opinions • To judge science ideas used in an argument • How: group work • Why: to make sense of both sides of an argument
BIEC • What may the ‘British Institute of Eating Control (BIEC) be responsible for?
News Report • Watch the short video • Make bullet points of what each person has to say • (the video will be paused after each interview)
BIEC proposed action • What does the BIEC want to do? • Why do they want to introduce the ban, and fine? • Does everyone agree with this? • How do you know?
For and against • In your groups divide your large sheet of paper into two sections • In one section record the arguments for the ban • In the other record the arguments against the ban • Identify which points are ‘Fact’ and which are ‘Opinion’
Consequences • What effect would the ban have on • Young people? • Shop owners? • Parents?
Alternatives • What alternatives are there for: • Young people under 16? • Shop owners? • Parents? • Each alternative should be based on scientific reasoning (“because. . ”)
You decide! • Should the ban be put in place? • GREEN for YES • Red for NO