Media Smart: 'Piracy: What’s the big deal?' KS3 lesson

Media Smart: 'Piracy: What’s the big deal?' KS3 lesson

The lesson is designed to increase students’ understanding and awareness of the legal and social issues around accessing film and TV content illegally online. Using interactive materials — including a short film featuring influencers and TV presenters — the resource explores the consequences of online piracy for both the media industry as a whole and for individuals. It will support students to reflect on their values, raise awareness and suggest alternative approaches to accessing content.


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This free-to-download lesson will help your students to:

Identify what piracy and copyright are.

Explain how online piracy affects the TV and film industry.

Evaluate the personal risks involved in accessing film and TV content illegally.

This lesson will support schools to meet the statutory requirements for the content identified in the ‘Internet safety and harms’ and ‘Online and media’ sections.


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PSHE Association Subject Specialist Jenny Fox says:
“We are pleased to award our Quality Mark to Media Smart’s lesson 'Piracy: What’s the big deal?' This lesson reflects the needs and concerns of students in modern Britain by exploring the impact piracy and accessing illegal online content can have on both them as individuals and the media industry as a whole. The lesson is well designed to help students reflect on their values and attitudes in relation to illegally accessing content, and to hear insights from industry experts on this issue.”


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