Radicalisation Online

How teens can be radicalised by internet subcultures - a 2 hour, fully-resourced, detailed and differentiated PSHE / Internet Safety lesson, created specifically for the new PSHE + RSE 2020 guidelines (countering bigotry and extremism). The lesson covers the differences between the harmless subcultures such as Bronies and Otherkin and the far more dangerous subcultures, coming from extreme religious or political sites like 8Chan or Stormfront, such as Incels, and White Nationalists. This lesson is best suited to KS4 / KS5.

The lesson includes a detailed PowerPoint, information pack, differentiated activities, clips tasks with questions and a literacy / debate focus task. These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow.

The lesson is in the ZIP file as it is large. The images have been uploaded to show a few examples of the slides in the lesson :)

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Created: Aug 19, 2019

Updated: Jan 11, 2021


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