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Fake News

In this lesson pupils will learn what is meant by ‘fake news’ and the risks that it poses to them and society.

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In this lesson pupils will learn what is meant by ‘fake news’ and the risks that it poses to them and society. Pupils will be introduced to the concept of bias and will think about how they can critically examine news articles.

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