• Students must know that not all things reported are true, and it is possible to ask for evidence.
• Students should analyse evidence from a variety of sources, be able to know how to ask for evidence, and feel okay if they don’t know whether to believe something that they see online.
• Students might evaluate a variety of claims and feel confident to ask for evidence
1 lesson plan with links to external resources
1 PowerPoint file with required resources
The driving question is: “Where do news stories come from, and how do we know if they’re true?” It focuses on finding and understanding evidence, and covers diets, clinical trials, and choosing reliable sources to find information about e.g. drugs/smoking, diet/health, best ways to learn, best ways to stay fit, best value computer games.
It's good to leave some feedback.
Something went wrong, please try again later.
Excellent ideas, and ready to use resources. Thank you!
In general, I think it's good. I am concerned, however, by the time allotted, particularly with larger US class sizes.
Report this resourceto let us know if it violates our terms and conditions.
Our customer service team will review your report and will be in touch.