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Year 4

Lesson 6 Can I believe what I read?

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Learners will gain an appreciation of the fact that not everything they see on the internet is true, honest, or accurate. They will review images and decide whether or not they are real, before looking at why web searches can return ambiguous (and sometimes misleading) results. Finally, learners will complete a practical activity, demonstrating how quickly information can spread beyond their control.

Learning objectives

To evaluate the consequences of unreliable content

  • I can explain that not everything on the World Wide Web is true
  • I can explain why some information I find online may not be honest, accurate, or legal
  • I can explain why I need to think carefully before I share or reshare content

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