Catalonia vs. Spain

We were showing empathy by taking a side and arguing it. We made sure to back up our opinions with reasons.


It was hard to argue something we didn’t believe in sometimes, but we made sure to practise the skill of scepticism.

What do you think of our storytelling skills?


Rainbowunicorn246 and Newsmaniac231


  1. Great work, Rainbowunicorn246 and Newsmaniac231! Empathy is a really difficult skill and requires open mindedness. Well done for giving it a go here, I think you’ve done really well! Olivia

  2. Boutcher Primary School Boutcher Primary School

    the two children explain everything!


  3. Boutcher Primary School Boutcher Primary School

    I think they did really well.

  4. Faringdon Community College Faringdon Community College

    Really good story-telling skills shown here and great use of counter-intuitions from both rivaling sides of the argument.

    I believe Catalonia should be allowed independence as the vast majority of the region’s occupants are pro-leaving. And that’s in the statistics of one referendum alone! If it was legal, the turn-out rates would be much higher and Catalonia would be allowed to leave by law. By not providing this opportunity, Spain is obviously opposing and not granting the people what they deserve. Spain don’t want their economy to fall, so are refraining from producing a Catalan election. This choice alone is blatantly selfish and should not have been allowed to spiral out of control to such an extent over history.


  5. Ben Jonson Primary School Ben Jonson Primary School

    I think that Catalonia should leave Spain because its really not fair how Spain is being selfish and I personally think that Spain is using Catalonia for there things and fame

  6. St Peter's Primary School St Peter's Primary School

    This is a good explanation and argument. This is great.

    By GreenieLeaf123

  7. St Peter's Primary School St Peter's Primary School

    Catalonia should do what it wants


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