Suitable for teaching 11 to 15s. This film explores the importance of preparation and research when preparing sports commentary.
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Students are encouraged to use the 5 W’s – Who, What, Where, When and Why – in order to prepare a commentary for Mo Farah’s final appearance at a major athletics championship.
The BBC Radio 5 live Young Commentator of the Year competition launched on 3 October and closes at midnight on Friday 27 October, 2017. Full terms and conditions at: https://www.bbc.co.uk/youngcommentator
This clip is from the BBC series BBC 5 live Young Commentator – Live Lesson. A collection of films exploring sports commentary and its relationship to English language.
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