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Subject area:
Online safety, Stereotyping
Age group:
KS 2
Lesson ideas
Presentation slides, Word document

Prevent-related lesson plans with presentations suitable for Key Stage Two. Each lesson plan document provides teachers with an overview of how to deliver the one-hour session. The presentation packs provide the teacher with a suggested commentary and any relevant background information. Objectives and learning outcomes are included in the lesson plan to summarise how teachers can expect the lesson content to link in with the curriculum. A pre-lesson activity is also suggested to encourage students to track how much time they spend online in a day.


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Lesson plan for KS2 to explore how the internet has impacted our lives and improve awareness of online risks.

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Lesson plan to explore the negative impact that stereotypes can have upon society and individuals.

Supporting slides for Stereotyping and the Media lesson plan

Presentation to explore the negative impact that stereotypes can have upon society and individuals.