Online Gaming Safety Activity Pack | Teaching Resources
A free jigsaw match-up activity 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 is part of a larger lesson pack, available here. Who are EC Resources? EC Resources are the top TES PSHE providers and are a group of teachers who work…
Online Safety Quiz | Teaching Resources
Great for Tutor Time or Safer Internet Day. Can be used with any secondary year group as a fun quiz, or informal PSHE assessment. This is an easy to use quiz helps you cover the PSE 2020 guidelines topics (online safety / safe relationships) as well as being great for students to learn about security, privacy, fraud, phishing, scams, social media, excess screen-time, online gaming, catfishing and much more. This pack will last you an hour. Pack includes a detailed answer pack so students can…
A one hour lesson suitable for grades 4 to 7 (lower ability), all about social media and the fear of
A one hour lesson suitable for grades 4 to 7 (lower ability), all about social media and the fear of missing out (FOMO) and how spending a lot of time on social media can make us worried and anxious. 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 literacy focus task, clear measurable LOs, new key-term introductions, case study and debate tasks.
Social Media PSHE | Teaching Resources
A one hour lesson suitable for KS2 (or lower ability Year 7s), all about social media and the fear of missing out (FOMO) and how spending a lot of time on social media can make us worried and anxious, as well as how we can manage this feeling or turn it into a positive. 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 literacy focus task, clear measurable LOs…
Fake News | Teaching Resources
A detailed, engaging and well-differentiated lesson to encourage critical thinking (lasting 1-2 hours), focused on the growth of Fake News and ‘alternative facts’. These resources teach students how we must always use critical thinking skills when studying media material. Included: 1 - 2 hour PowerPoint, worksheets, clips, alternative facts reading comprehension, well differentiated, KS3/ KS4. These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. All our resources…
Extremism + Radicalisation | Teaching Resources
2 HOURS of lessons introducing radicalisation and extremism. Includes- 2 x detailed PowerPoints, multiple clips, worksheets, differentiated fully KS3/4. The lessons focus on how radicalisation happens, the different groups with extremist views (both religious and political) and the problem of extremism in the UK in particular. Many more inexpensive and free PSHE, RE , RSE and Citizenship GCSE resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)
Fake News + Media Influence | Teaching Resources
8 hours of fully resourced lessons on media influence and fake news and one fake news assembly. Each well-differentiated lesson includes accompanying worksheets, clips, PowerPoints, clear LOs to three challenge levels, activities, plenaries - everything you’d want if Ofsted walked in. Pack includes: How does the media influence us? Media bias in the news - alternative facts and fake news Critical thinking skills - how can anyone debunk a fake news story? Fake news assembly - with a focus on…
Momo Challenge - Dangerous Hoax Reading Comprehension | Teaching Resources
A detailed reading comprehension all about the recent ‘Momo Challenge’ (no pictures of Momo included) and the dangers of online challenges that this hoax has highlig
Safer Internet Day | Teaching Resources
Safer Internet Day resource pack - suitable for upper KS2 or lower KS3. The pack includes a PowerPoint full of information as well as activities, a scavenger hunt, literacy and clip tasks and measurable LOs. It is designed to last an hour and everything is editable, well-differentiated and all information included, so you can just pick it up and go. The slides shown are just a preview sample. More fully resourced lessons for PSHE, RE, RSE, Citizenship and Tutor Time at the EC Resources store…
This booklet contains background information, advice and guidance for secondary teachers relating to e-safety issues. Becta material made available under the Open Government Licence.
E-safety scenario cards | Teaching Resources
I tend to use these with a Kagan cooperative learning structure (usually 'Showdown' or 'Numbered Heads Together'). See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gVvn7G792jI to see how the 'Showdown' structure works.
Sexting powerpoint for use alongside internet safety day or as an additional resource | Teaching Resources
A power point that goes through what sexting is; what you should do; who can help and the illegality of it. Could be used in a set of assemblies following Internet safety day on 7/2/17 Assembly; tutor time or PSHE resource
PSHE- E-safety Lesson 5- Dangers of the net | Teaching Resources
A powerpoint presentation focused on password security and the issues they may come against when gaming. It includes learning objectives, a plan do review structure, three tasks and scaffolded information. Other lessons available in a bundle based on E-Safety.