The Giant puts his point of view with evidence to Judge Jenny to try to persuade her that Jack is in the wrong. Jack defends his actions and Judge Jenny sums up so that the audience can discuss and decide.
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- 22 March 2011
This clip could be used to ask pupils to decide who is right and who is wrong based on looking at the two characters in the stands and hearing them briefly speak. The clip can then be paused at various points to check if pupils have changed their mind. It can then be used for an activity based around showing how people who look one way might act another. For example, pupils could draw a picture of a scary creature but give it a kind and opposite personality. Another way to achieve this is by giving pupils two opposite characters and asking them to mix up their personalities in a short story.