Last week you really stepped up to the challenge of explaining which reasons for protest were the most important - and we thought all of you showed excellent problem-solving. But there were two entries that stood out from the rest... and they were:
ambitious_blackberry of Preston Manor School, who used statistics and examples to support their opinion
delightful_effort of Michael Faraday School, who explained that to help people and animals, we must first help the environment.
Great work both of you!
As you've been learning from this half-term's Issue, people protest for lots of different reasons - but which is the most important?
For this week's competition we would like you to order the following reasons for protesting from the most important to the least important:
TO STAND UP FOR PEOPLE
TO STAND UP FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
TO STAND UP FOR ANIMALS
Don't forget to give reasons for your decisions!
Need some help to get going? Use the following structure:
1 = (insert a reason) This is the most important reason because...
2 = (insert a reason) This reason is in the middle because...
3 = (insert a reason) This is the least important reason because...
CHALLENGE: why else might people protest? Where would it go on the scale with the other reasons?
The deadline for entries is Friday February 5th at midday. PLEASE ENTER ONLY ONCE and make sure your work is your own. Good luck!