A fully-resourced, detailed and differentiated 2 hour lesson all about the dangers of online gaming - specifically the amount of time students often spend doing this activity and the dangers of the social side (how anyone can interact with young people through these games). This is best suited for upper KS2 or KS3. Created for the new PSHE 2020 Statutory Guidelines.
This lesson is editable, so easy to adapt for your own planning.
It is well-differentiated with three-level challenges for each task, contains a variety of activities, an hour long PowerPoint, a four page information pack, a clip with questions, a numeracy through PSHE task, clear measurable LOs, new key-term introductions, group presentation materials and creative tasks.
It is fully editable, engaging and very easy to follow.
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