Self Image and Identity Lesson Plan for Key Stage 1 (Age 5-7)

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About The Lesson Plan

As described in the UKCCIS ‘Education for a Connected World’ framework, this unit “explores the differences between online and offline identity beginning with selfawareness, shaping online identities and how media impacts on gender and stereotypes. It identifies effective routes for reporting and support and explores the impact of online technologies on self-image and behaviour.”

Learning Objectives

• I can explain how other people’s identity online can be different to their identity in real life.

• I can describe ways in which people might make themselves look different online.

• I can give examples of issues online that might make me feel sad, worried, uncomfortable or frightened. I can give examples of how I might get help.

• I can explain what is meant by the term ‘identity.’

By the end of EYFS:

• I can recognise that I can say “no”, “please stop”, “I’ll tell” to somebody who asks me to do something that makes me feel sad, embarrassed or upset.

• I can explain how this could either be in real-life or online.

• I can recognise that there may be people online who could make me feel sad, embarrassed or upset.

• If something happens that makes me feel sad, worried, uncomfortable or frightened I can give examples of when and how to speak to an adult I can trust.

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Self Image and Identity Lesson Plan for Key Stage 1

This topic teaches pupils about the differences between their online and offline identity.

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