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9/11 Project

Discussion in 'Secondary' started by AlexEdcoms, Apr 18, 2012.

  1. A new UK based charity who are looking to spread awareness
    about 9/11 and it's effects are giving students aged 14-16 the opportunity to
    win a trip to New York just by voicing their opinion on this subject.</font>



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    </font>The trip will this September (8-12th), which will include a
    visit to the 9/11 Memorial. The winner in each category and the two runners-up
    will all win a trip to New York for the 11th anniversary. All six students will
    travel to New York! In addition each of the two category winners will receive
    &pound;1000, plus an additional &pound;1000 for the two winners&rsquo; schools.</font>



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    </font>All students have to do is tell us how they think 9/11
    changed the world. We want them to use their imagination by sending us an
    original, creative and thoughtful piece of work revolving around 1 of these 5
    subjects:</font>



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    3. Religious
    Education</font>


    4. English
    & Drama</font>


    5. Art &
    Design</font>



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    &bull; a 5
    minute film</font>


    &bull; a 1200
    word essay</font>



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    </font>The winner will be chosen by our expert judging panel which
    includes celebrated British film producer, Lord David Puttnam, British
    historian and broadcaster, Simon Schama CBE, and BBC World Affairs Editor, John
    Simpson CBE. See full list below.</font>


    The competition is open to all school students between the
    ages of 14 and 16 from now until 1st June 2012.</font>



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  2. A new UK based charity who are looking to spread awareness
    about 9/11 and it's effects are giving students aged 14-16 the opportunity to
    win a trip to New York just by voicing their opinion on this subject.</font>



    <font size="3" face="Times New Roman">

    </font>



    <font size="3" face="Times New Roman">

    </font>The trip will this September (8-12th), which will include a
    visit to the 9/11 Memorial. The winner in each category and the two runners-up
    will all win a trip to New York for the 11th anniversary. All six students will
    travel to New York! In addition each of the two category winners will receive
    &pound;1000, plus an additional &pound;1000 for the two winners&rsquo; schools.</font>



    <font size="3" face="Times New Roman">

    </font>All students have to do is tell us how they think 9/11
    changed the world. We want them to use their imagination by sending us an
    original, creative and thoughtful piece of work revolving around 1 of these 5
    subjects:</font>



    <font size="3" face="Times New Roman">

    </font>





    3. Religious
    Education</font>


    4. English
    & Drama</font>


    5. Art &
    Design</font>



    <font size="3" face="Times New Roman">

    </font>


    &bull; a 5
    minute film</font>


    &bull; a 1200
    word essay</font>



    <font size="3" face="Times New Roman">

    </font>The winner will be chosen by our expert judging panel which
    includes celebrated British film producer, Lord David Puttnam, British
    historian and broadcaster, Simon Schama CBE, and BBC World Affairs Editor, John
    Simpson CBE. See full list below.</font>


    The competition is open to all school students between the
    ages of 14 and 16 from now until 1st June 2012.</font>



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    </font>
     
  3. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xV7Ha3VDbzE
     
  4. Looney conspiracy maybe in your eyes. They may beg to differ once they have veen provided with the evidence....give them a chance, they deserve the info to be able to make their own judgements
     
  5. I spy a troll...
     

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