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Subject area:
Extremism, Online safety
Age group:
KS 3, KS 4, KS 5
Resources:
Assemblies, Lesson ideas
Format:
Presentation slides

Teaching resources to help teachers manage a range of difficult subjects with secondary pupils, including some resources designed specifically for 6th form classes (KS5). These cover topics including propaganda and conspiracy to extremism and online safety. All resources incorporate activities to engage students in delivering these often more difficult areas to discuss. The resources have been designed by Tower Hamlets local authority but could be suitable for schools across the country. Available in an editable PowerPoint format and teacher notes are included in the comments section.

Propaganda and conspiracy

Propaganda and conspiracy Presentation to teach about reliable source of information and encourage media literacy.

Conspiracy theories

Conspiracy theories Presentation to teach about how conspiracy theories develop including activity to create your own conspiracy theory.

Extremism (part 1)

Presentation to get students to critically assess what extremism is with the inclusion of news articles and suggested questions for the students.

Extremism (part 2)

Extremism (part 2) Presentation to help students understand how propaganda helps sell ideas and the danger of certain types of extremist propaganda.

E-safety

Presentation to help students identify how certain types of online material can be harmful and how we can be safer online.

Faith & hate crime

Presentation that helps students to discuss propaganda and how this can lead to hate crimes using historic examples.

British values and state building

Presentation to help students understand fundamental British values and why they are important.

Citizenship Test

An activity suitable for tutorial time to help students understand what occurs during the UK citizenship test

Faith

Presentation about diversity and cooperation between differing groups of people in the UK.

Homophobia

Presentation to help teach about homophobia is and how we can help stop it.

Immigration

An activity suitable to tutorial time teaching about the migrant crisis and how it is portrayed in the media.

London

An activity suitable to tutorial time to spark discussion about living in a diverse city such as London.

Media and resilience

Presentation on propaganda techniques and how to assess evidence.

Prejudice

Presentation to teach about prejudice and discrimination.

Beliefs assembly

Assembly presentation to encourage discussion of different faiths and how they can coexist in the same communities.

Cyber-bullying assembly

Assembly presentation outlining key examples of prominent cases of cyber bullying and how to report this safely.

Diversity assembly

Assembly presentation celebrating diversity in the UK.

Values assembly

A presentation on British values designed to be delivered in a 1-hour assembly or tutorial session.

Extremism assembly

A presentation on extremism designed to be delivered in a 1-hour assembly or tutorial session.

Homophobia assembly (part 1)

Assembly presentation to help students understand differences in sexuality and how homophobia is not accepted in the UK.

Homophobia assembly (part 2)

Assembly presentation outlining what a homophobic hate crime is and how this is not accepted in the UK.

Isis/Daesh assembly

Assembly presentation to talk about Daesh, how they operate and how this activity is not tolerated in UK society.

British values (6th Form lesson)

Presentation for KS5 on British values and how they can be promoted in a school environment.

E-safety (6th Form lesson)

Presentation for KS5 on how to be safe online.

Far right extremism (6th Form lesson)

Presentation for KS5 on extremism with a focus on the far right.

Faith and hate crime (6th Form lesson)

Presentation for KS5 that helps students to discuss propaganda and how this can lead to hate crimes using historic examples.

Homophobia (6th Form lesson)

Presentation for KS5 to help teach about homophobia is and how we can help stop it.

Islamist extremism (6th Form lesson)

Presentation for KS5 on extremism with a focus on Islamist.

Propaganda (6th Form lesson)

Presentation for KS5 on how extremist propaganda and limited information makes a situation difficult to judge.