The three bears put their point of view with evidence to Judge Jenny to try to persuade her that they are right. Goldilocks defends her 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 show the importance of listening as a fundamental part of communication; pupils could partake in a kinesthetic activity whereby they begin the session in the middle of the room. The teacher could place a picture of Goldilocks on one wall and one of the three bears on the opposite one. As the clip progresses, pupils would move in whichever direction they see fit, depending on whom they believe and whom they think has the best argument. At the end, each pupil could be asked why they are standing where they are and this would stimulate further discussion.