Lesson Plans for Year 10 (Age 14-15) 2022-23

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About The Lesson Plan

Teenagers now are more digitally savvy than ever before. At this age, they’re often extremely confident digital citizens and comfortable with technology being in their life, so it’s important that they’re taught how to navigate content safely and make sure they have the confidence and awareness to raise anything they’re not sure about.

Purposely developed to make life easier for teachers, our lesson plans for year 10 provide you with everything you need to engage and inspire young minds to learn about online safety.

Formed directly in line with the learning objectives from the UKCIS Education for a Connected World Framework, and designed to support statutory curriculum requirements and recommended best practice, our lesson plans include:

  • An easy-to-follow structure with clear objectives, teacher-led activities and independent tasks to support different learning styles
  • Complementary videos to support understanding and encourage further research
  • Fun resources to aid and complement lesson plan activities and discussion
  • Keywords and glossary to help prompt topic association and embed classroom learning
  • Key questions and recap ideas to stimulate debate and independent thought

Developed in line with and to support statutory policy and recommended guidance, including:

  • Education for a Connected World
  • Relationships education, relationships and sex education (RSE) and health education 
  • Teaching online safety in school

Based on the 8 topics outlined in the UKCIS Education for a Connected World Framework

  • Self-image & identity
  • Online relationships
  • Online reputation
  • Online bullying
  • Managing online information
  • Health, wellbeing & lifestyle
  • Privacy & security
  • Copyright & ownership

Lesson Plan Units

Social Media Influencers

Students will understand what is meant by the term ‘self image, identity and body image’ and the role they play online. They will be able to explain why people experiment and edit their image online and provide reasons for why they might wish to do t...

Online Hate

There are many different sites and platforms that children and young people use to build and maintain relationships. As more sites, apps and games rise to the surface and adopt new communication features, forming new friendships has become much easie...

Online Bullying

Online bullying is any form of bullying that takes place through the use of technology. Online bullying is different to physical bullying, but the effects can be just as damaging. The internet offers a level of anonymity which can provide individuals...

The Motives Behind Fake News

This unit helps students understand how online information is found, viewed and interpreted. As a result, pupils will learn ‘strategies for effective searching, critical evaluation and ethical publishing’.

Social Pressures

This unit covers the negative impacts that technology can have on a person’s health, wellbeing and lifestyle. As a result, students will be able to understand and implement strategies for keeping safe and healthy.

Copyright Law

This module helps students understand the terms ‘copyright’ and ‘ownership’ in respect of online content, and will explain the laws governing copyright and ownership. As a result, pupils will learn how to protect the work that they create and be able...

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