Shopping or Shoplifting?

LESSON 12.03.01
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Lesson Overview
Students will learn how to critically evaluate information by identifying and evaluating manipulated content, false context, and clickbait, equipping them with the skills necessary to identify and navigate deceptive online information.
  • Suitable for age 12
  • 60 minutes + project work
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What's in this lesson?

Learning Objectives

Students will be able to:
  • Identify manipulated content (e.g. photoshopped images and edited videos) and distinguish them from genuine ones.
  • Recognise false context in digital media and assess their impact on the message being conveyed.
  • Evaluate the credibility of clickbait headlines and understand the motivation behind publishing.

Key Concepts

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Lesson Structure

Introduction (5 min)
 Define the Keywords (15 min)
 Investigate the Scenario (30 min)
 Project Work (duration as needed)
 Key Takeaways (10 min)

Included in this Lesson

  • Presentation slides available in Powerpoint (.pptx) or in the Online Player 
  • Lesson plan for teachers
  • Printable handouts for students
  • Assessment rubric for project based learning
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