Thank you to everyone who have submitted their Final Piece for our Project on COP26!
Our Project has moved onto Afghanistan but you still have a bit more time - we'll be accepting Final Pieces up until Friday November 4th.
A Final Piece brings together your thinking from the Project and if you're doing Topical Talk lessons in class, your teacher will guide you through your Final Piece.
If you are following the Project on the Student Hub, the template for writing your Final Piece is here.
Before submitting your Final Piece, you MUST:
- Label it as a FINAL PIECE, not a Discussion starter.
- Add an image (this can be one from our library, or if you want to draw your own, that's also fine)
- Give it your own title (not just "Final Piece" but a title that sums up what you're saying!)
What makes a great Final Piece?
We're looking for Final Pieces that:
- Give specific, substantial ideas on the questions - for example: Q2 - exactly why it's important perspectives are not overlooked? or for Q4: exactly what can be done to improve the next COP? Use the Top Tips of the Final Piece sheet to help you.
- Show you have thought specifically about the questions and are not just repeating what you have heard your teacher say, or repeating what you have read on the internet
- Final Pieces must be entirely in your own words.
To see good examples of Final Pieces - check out the Editors' Picks!
If you have any questions about Final Pieces, please write them below.
Good luck and we look forward to reading your Final Pieces!