Lesson 1 – Set the scene
- Introduce the activity and show the website to the class.
- Watch the highlight clip(s) of the lectures.
- Create your student registration link and share this with students. How-to guide here.
- If you can book a computer room, get your students online – they can read profiles and post questions to the experts using ASK.
Homework – Use the registration link to set up your account. Read the expert profiles. Ask at least one question on the website.
Note- If you are short on lesson time, you could ask students to watch the highlight clip(s) at home.
Lesson 2 – Class Debate
- Use the Debate Kit to carry out a structured class debate.
- Download this PowerPoint to support your debate lesson and click here for additional resources and student activities.
- Share your class thoughts with us using this survey during the lesson.
Homework – Write 5 questions you could ask to privacy and communication experts. These could be to do with the debate or the lectures highlights you have seen.
Lesson 3 – Live chat
Book a computer room for this lesson. Book your online live chat here as soon as possible. Please be aware the number of live chats is limited and these are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Students login to the site. They can read profiles and ASK before the chat opens.
- Click CHAT at the top of the page to join the chat. It will open 5 minutes before your booked slot.
- After the CHAT, post any left-over questions in ASK.
Homework – Return to the website to post questions in ASK.
Note – The website remains open for students questions throughout January with different experts online each week.