Your competition entries this week were of such a high standard that we couldn't choose only two winners... so this time, we've got three! The winners are: charming_weaver of Shri Natesan Vidyasala Mhss in India, eloquent_impression of Kibeda School in Sudan and fascinating_goat of Elite Scholars Academy A in the United States of America.
You will each be awarded three stars. Well done!
An election is when people vote to choose a new leader. The people who put themselves forward to be the leader are called candidates. During an election you’ll see candidates in the news more often, because they want to persuade people to vote for them.
Your challenge is to think of three important questions to ask a candidate who wants to be the leader of your country.
The questions could start with the following words:
- Question 1: “What…?”
- Question 2: “How…?”
- Question 3: “When…?”
Over to you!
- Think of some problems your country or community is facing and how a new leader might help solve them. For example problems to do with climate change, education or jobs
- Think about something that affects you personally and how you’d like it to change
You could phrase your questions like this: “My questions for a new leader would be. 1. What will you do about XXX? How will you XXX? When do you hope that XXX?"
You can only enter the competition once in the form of a comment. If you comment on another entry it will count as your entry, so please be aware of this.
The deadline for entries is this Friday 11th November. Good luck!