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CLIP 12779

Prince William's speech as patron of the Child Bereavement Trust

Prince William's speech as patron of the Child Bereavement Trust
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Key Info
  • Prince William's speech as patron of the Child Bereavement Trust
  • Duration: 01:16
  • A news report which covers Prince William's speech when he became patron the Child Bereavement Trust. This is a mixture of news report, coverage of his speech and reflection on the loss of Diana as a mother.
  • Subject:

    English

       Topic:

    Speaking and Listening

  • Keywords: reporting, speaking and listening, genre, analysis
Ideas for use in class
  • Ask students to demarcate the different types of reporting which happen here. What makes the styles of these reports different? What are the impressions of William's delivery? Ask students to put together their own 'mini report' where a transition between one style of reporting and another has to be managed. How would they make the transition seamless?
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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