Weekly Competition #26

22 March 2019


communicative_bird and powerful_robin

It was a tough competition this week! Well done to our double bird win this week: powerful_robin and communicative_bird. We enjoyed their original ideas and good reasons when they explained what might happen if the news was spread. Excellent work!


The European Media Literacy week starts on Monday 18th March. This is when lots of people all over Europe will be brushing up on their skills and learning more about the news. You can find out more about it here.

This week, we'd like you to show how media-minded you are. Can you come up a headline for the latest Brexit news?


Either: one that is realistic and sticks close to the facts of the situation

Or: one that is made up and misleading, that could be called 'fake news'

Then, you need to explain what the consequences would be if your headline was shared a lot. Remember, consequences can be positive and negative.

  • My headline is...
  • It's supposed to be real/fake.
  • If it got shared a lot then...

Winners will be announced on Friday. Good luck!

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