This video looks at the serious issue of loss of sustainability and co-operative societies.
This resource is intended to be a tool to encourage learners to think critically and creatively about climate change. The video has been produced in the form of a “News Flash” bulletin, narrated by a fun, fictional character named Daisy Mothbrain.
Daisy is a clumsy, inquisitive news reporter with a specialist skill. She has a unique connection with bees, who talk to her and share all their information. Daisy Mothbrain is confronted with a problem connected to the environmental and social impacts of the way humans are living. Through investigating and exploring the topic with Daisy, it is hoped learners will feel engaged and empowered to make meaningful changes in their lives.
The video is 5 minutes 40 seconds in length and can be watched straight through, or broken up by pausing at the two natural breaks in each video (signalled by a bee graphic and a short burst of music) to intersperse the session with other activities and/or discussion.
It connects with other activities in the Hive.
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- The video
- Consume a Little Less
- Be Kind to your Neighbours
- Connect with Someone New
Area of Learning and Experience
- Maths and Numeracy
- Health and Wellbeing
- Language, Literacy and Communication
Abigail Neal is a former broadcast journalist for BBC Wales News. She has a wealth of experience across television, radio and digital media, but most of all she just loves telling stories! Her latest mission is to lead a more sustainable, low-impact lifestyle and tell children all about her re-wilding adventures.