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Subject area:
Fundamental British Values, Online safety, Radicalisation
Age group:
KS 2
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This classroom resource for Key Stage 2 pupils explores conspiracy theories with the question: Are conspiracy theories more dangerous than we realise? The resource provides teachers an opportunity to explore with pupils what conspiracy theories are, what kind of conspiracy theories exist and if they can be dangerous. Pupils have the opportunity to vote on the question at the end of the session.


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PowerPoint lesson

45 minute PowerPoint classroom lesson for KS2 pupils.

Lesson plan

Lesson plan for teachers to accompany the PowerPoint lesson.