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A Teachers Guide on How to Run Debates in the Classroom

Debating is integral to helping students develop their critical thinking skills but it can be tricky to know where to start when introducing debate into the classroom. This guide answers all these questions and more to help kick start your classroom debate.

9 Tips For Spotting Fake News

Being able to identify fact from fiction is vital for children to become critically literate news readers. Arm yourself and your pupils with these top tips on spotting fake news.

Bias in Journalism

If you read a few different newspapers, you know all too well that they certainly don’t all report the same stories in the same way. An understanding of this is vital for any young person digesting news in this current climate.

What Makes a Reliable News Source?

There are lots of places that a paper or website can get its information from but what makes a source reliable and credible?

A Brief History of News

News is more accessible than ever, in fact it can feel virtually inescapable. But what is news and how did fake news come to exist?

Features of a Newspaper Report KS2

This handy poster is designed to help students identify the key characteristics of a newspaper report and gives them a head start in creating their own.

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