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In this series of lessons, pupils will learn how to push their ideas and come up with brave solutions to modern-day problems. Through examples of award-winning creative campaigns and helpful tutorials from our partners, the students will gain an understanding of what it takes to be creatively brave and how to develop their thinking to come up with original ideas that can change our human behaviour for the better.
What is creative bravery?
Learners will identify what bravery is, when they have been brave themselves, and see examples of bravery in creativity.
Creative bravery to solve big problems.
Learners will explore examples of strong creative work, debate why it is considered brave and will pick their own 'brave' topic to work on.
How to have brave ideas.
Learners will come up with a selection of brave ideas based on given examples.
Learners will continue to come up with ideas and start pushing them to come up with unique solutions.
Learners will develop their own pitch and deliver it to their class.
- Lesson 1 Presentation
- Lesson 1 Lesson Plan
- Lesson 2 Presentation
- Lesson 2 Lesson Plan
- Lesson 3 Presentation
- Lesson 3 Lesson Plan
- Lesson 4 Presentation
- Lesson 4 Lesson Plan
- Lesson 5 Presentation
- Lesson 5 Lesson Plan
- Top tips for how to be brave
- Top tips for the perfect presentation
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