CBC Kids News and I shared a great video that explains what the word indigenous means when referring to people. This afternoon I browsed through CBC Kids News again and found a nice animated video that explains the United Nations to kids.
United Nations Explained is a short video designed to help elementary school students understand the basics of what the United Nations is, it’s purpose, how it functions, and what it says about kids. Watch the video right here or as embedded below.
Applications for Education
The video is good on its own as an explanation and introduction to the United Nations. You could have students answer some basic questions about the U.N. after watching the video. But I’d prefer to have students write down lists of questions that the video raised in their minds while they were watching. Questions like, “what if the countries don’t get along?” and “what happens if they break the rules?” could lead to some great classroom conversations and lessons.
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