The curriculum aims to help pupils to: Develop lively enquiring minds, the ability to question and argue rationally and to apply themselves to mental and physical tasks. Acquire knowledge, skills and practical abilities that are relevant to adult life, employment and leisure in a rapidly changing world. Develop the effective use of language, number and ICT skills.
Video - the birth of modern forecasting These guides and activities will help you understand the structure of a weather forecast and help you to write a great forecast. It is essential the information provided is timely, accurate and useful to as many people as possible.
Watch the video and then discuss: Ask students which part of the weather forecast is important to them. It is probably different for everyone - why is this?
Was there other information they put across? How did they finish the forecast? Create your own weather story Image caption School Reporters from Wales present the weather live on News Day Get the students to put together a weather forecast.
There is no need to write a full script but they do need to think about the structure. What information do they want to put across and in what order will they present it? What is the main message you want to get across? What will you start with? How will you finish your bulletin?
Are you telling the story of the weather day?
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Forecasters do not use a script but present the weather talking naturally, putting over the points they have prepared.EUROCALL: A professional association devoted to promoting the use of technology enhanced language learning.
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