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Students explore how our attitudes and opinions are influenced, and review news headlines and articles to discover how the media can sensationalise facts and also get information wrong. This lesson is part of the Equal Rights, Equal Respect teacher training and education resource from the Equality and Human Rights Commission. To download all the resources for this lesson and for more equality and human rights materials, visit: www.equalityhumanrights.com/equalrightsequalrespect
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9 years ago

Brilliant less pack for discussing opinions. I find it most useful at the end of a term, or year, to recap on what we've examined. We then discuss how class has influenced their opinions and insights.


10 years ago

This, along with the resources that can be found on the website below http://www.equalityhumanrights.com/ are superb. I can't wait to teach my Citizenship classes on Friday. Thank you for taking the time to bring this resource to my attention!

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