Think Before You Start - Discuss

Have you ever seen the Fair Trade logo on products in the shop? What do you think it means?

When you buy, for example, a chocolate bar, where does the money you pay go?

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Quick-Fire Questions

  1. What is Fair Trade?
  2. Why is Fair Trade important?
  3. How can you support the Fair Trade initiative?
  4. Why is it important that people are treated well at work and paid fairly for the work they do?

Key Words -
Can you use them in a sentence?

Trade: buying and selling products, goods and services.

Worker: a person who does a specific type of work.

Be The Teacher -
Fix this broken sentence!

but Fair Trade isnt just about money It also exists to stop people in less developed country’s being treated unfarily by big busineses.

Stretch Yourself...

Describe the day of a fair trade farmer compared to a farmer who is not covered by fair trade rules.

Go Create...

Create a product that uses multiple fair trade ingredients. Design the packaging and include which country all the ingredients are sourced from.

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