This competition required some excellent listening skills - and you didn’t let us down. The quality of your entries this week was fantastic! Our winners are…
trusting_dragonfly of Whyteleafe School E, who listened to Evan Davis and learnt that it’s important to think about what a person wants to believe before trusting new information
discreet_drum of Upton Cross Primary School, who learnt about the consequences of false information from Pippa Allen-Kinross.
Over the course of this Issue, we have had lots of amazing experts answering your questions.
Listening to experts is extremely important because they are more likely to give us reliable information, as they have lots of knowledge and experience in their subject. So for this weeks competition...
Your challenge is to re-watch one or more of the expert videos from this Issue and tell us about what you've learnt from them.
The more videos you watch, the more knowledge you'll get!
You have five awesome people to choose from. Click on their names to go to their videos:
- Aleksandra Kuzmanovic, who co-manages the social media for the World Health Organisation
- Evan Davis, a TV and radio presenter for the BBC
- Natasha Loder, the Health Policy Editor here at The Economist
- Pippa Allen-Kinross, Deputy Editor of the fact-checking organisation Full Fact
- Khady Gueye, a Black Lives Matter protest organiser
Here's a sentence starter for your entry if you need some help to get going:
I chose to watch (insert name of expert here)'s video because... (insert reason here). By listening to them, I learnt... (say what you learnt here).
The deadline for entries is Friday April 16th at midday. PLEASE ENTER ONLY ONCE and make sure your work is your own. Good luck!