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CLIP 6959

Interviewing Prince William

Interviewing Prince William
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Key Info
  • Interviewing Prince William
  • Duration: 04:59
  • Ten-year-old Alice has the opportunity to interview Prince William about his inspirations, hobbies and family life. Alice is a patient of the Royal Marsden Hospital, a charity supported by Prince William. This BBC News clip is published as part of BBC News Online and was first broadcast on 18 March 2009. Please note this clip is only available in Flash.
  • Subject:

    Literacy

       Topic:

    Journalism

  • Keywords: Royal Family, speaking, listening, interview, questions, famous people, communication, media studies, Prince William
Ideas for use in class
  • Use this resource to support the speaking and listening objectives of the literacy strategy. Pupils could examine Alice's interview technique; does she speak clearly, fluently and confidently? Furthermore, they could review Alice as a listener; does she relate questions to what has gone before, maintain eye contact with the person and respond appropriately? Pupils could devise their own questions for Prince William relating to his interests and family life etc.
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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