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For students to be able to understand and appreciate the work of others while giving credit as well as obeying the laws that govern fair use and copy right

  • 25 April 2018
  • Posted by: Shanee Peters-Henry
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For students to be able to understand and appreciate the work of others while giving credit as well as obeying the laws that govern fair use and copy right
Students’ age range: 12-14
Topic: Copy Right and Fair Use
 
Description: 1. Engagement: Students will be asked to watch a YouTube video entitled copyright and fair use animation after which they will be asked to define the terms “Copyright” and “Fair Use”.
2. Exploration: Students will be asked to create a semantic map outlining the fair use another person’s work and how to avoid plagiarism; students will be selected randomly to share with the class after which there will be a class discussion.
3. Explanation: Students will be asked to view a PowerPoint presentation on copyright right and fair use law after which they will explain what they understand base on what they have read, the teacher will clear up any misconception.
4. Elaboration: Student will be engaged in game where they will be asked to look under their seat for words that falls in the category of copyright and fair use; they will use these words to write complete sentences, students will be awarded for completing the task.
5. Evaluation: Students will be given a short answer activity where they will explain in their own words what copyright and fair use is without looking back at the notes that was given. They will be asked to share their answers with the rest of the class.

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