Prince Philip

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
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Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

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  • Finding out about Prince Philip by watching two short     videos.
  • Groupwork task
  • The Patriarchs 
  • Kahoot

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Getting to know Prince Philip
At the end of this lesson you will know a great deal more about Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh.
He died on 9 April 2021, at the age of 99.
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip were married for 73 years.

First watch some funny moments in the Duke of Edinburgh's life in the next video.

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Prince Philip's funeral 17 April 2021
Now that you know a bit about Prince Philip, watch the next video showing the key moments of his funeral.

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Task: Top 5 facts about the life of Prince Philip
Now that you have some idea of his life, it is time to look at some aspects in more detail.
In your group find the information you need. You can use the internet for this. Make a top 5 and after 10 minutes you need to report back to the whole class.

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Group 1: Denver, Gwen, Joeri, Heleen, Anouk, Kayleigh
Group 2: Teunis, Daan, Bjorn, Sven, Quinn, Jesse
Group 3: Samuel, Damian, Niek, Niek, Rolf, Thijs
Group 4: Vincent, Colin, Monita, Ilse, Demi, Elisa
Group 5: Kirsten, Mieke, Rosalie, Indy, Jeremy, Wouter, Jasmijn

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Top 5 facts about the life of Prince Philip
Group 1: What did he care about – charity work
Group 2: Kind of awkward? Remarkable reactions from the Prince.
Group 3: Longstanding marriage & his role
Group 4: Duke of Edinburgh Award
Group 5: His children
In your group each of you finds a fact that has to do with the topic given. Let’s say your topic is ‘boats’, then each of you would do research about his boats, what type, when, where he would go, etc. and then report back what you have found. Together you will make a top 5 of this. You’ve got 10 minutes to do so. Keep the sentences short. You may include one fake fact if you like. See if your teacher can spot the fake fact.

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Reporting back
After 10 minutes, you regroup in the Teams call and report back. One of you introduces what you found out, something along the lines of: ‘We looked at one of Prince Philip’s hobbies, namely boats. Now we’re going to announce our top 5 facts’. Each of you then reads out one fact.

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The Patriarchs - a poem
The Poet Laureate, a poet officially appointed by a government or conferring institution, typically expected to compose poems for special events and occasions, of Britain, Simon Armitage, who is an English poet, playwright and novelist who was appointed Poet Laureate on 10 May 2019, wrote a poem for the Duke's passing and was published on the day of his funeral.
Read together.

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Reflecting on poem
What parts of Prince Philip's life do you recognise in the poem?

Now play this Kahoot:

and let's see who knows most about the Duke of Edinburgh.

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