1.1 What does courage mean to you? Explain in your own words
1.2 What was the bravest thing in your opinionBeing able to know whether something is fact or opinion, is very important when reading news or watching an advert for example. • A fact is something that can be proved to be correct. • A… Read more what Cara did?
1.3 What showed Cara a level of fear what she never had experienced before?
1.4 How showed Cara how courageous she could be?
1.5 Do you have a fear? Explain in your own words
2.1 What is the bravest thing you have ever done?
2.2 When did you show how courageous you could be? Give an example
2.3 What does Cara Khan mean by the next quote?
‘Life is really just a lesson in finding the balance between fear and courage’
Explain in your own words, use a minimum of 30 words and a maximum of 50 words.
2.4 Which person is in your eyes an example of a very brave person?
Explain in your own words why this person is in your eyes a very brave person.
Use a minimum of 30 words and a maximum of 50 words.
2.5 Do you have a person in mind which you admire?
Answer and explain in your own words why you admire this person.
Use a minimum of 30 words and a maximum of 50 words
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