Photoshopped and Fake Images

Photoshopped and Fake Images

Author: EC Publishing
£2.90

Photoshopped and fake images PSHE Lesson. A one hour-long, very detailed, fully resourced PSHE lesson suitable for KS2. In this lesson, the students will discuss the different ways that images can be digitally manipulated online. We will learn about deepfake artificial intelligence software and the dangers it poses with regard to the spread of fake news and misinformation. We will take a detailed look at common photo editing techniques including the use of facial filters in applications like Facetune. We will carry out a 'spot the difference' activity, to highlight some of the subtle image changes that often go unnoticed. The students will also critically analyse a set of images, where they will look for clues of image manipulation and theorize scenarios where photo editing techniques can become immoral or harmful. The lesson includes an information sheet, a video clip task, a spot-the-difference activity, an image analysis activity and a debate plenary task. Created to fit the new DfE and PSHE Association statutory 2020 /21 guidelines, the lesson includes a detailed PowerPoint, all editable with accompanying tasks and worksheets. The lesson has been left editable and is filled with engaging, well differentiated and fun activities. It is designed to be ‘no prep’, so you can just pick it up and use it, although it is still adaptable should you wish to.

Photoshopped and fake images PSHE Lesson. A one hour-long, very detailed, fully resourced PSHE lesson suitable for KS2. In this lesson, the students will discuss the different ways that images can be digitally manipulated online. We will learn about deepfake artificial intelligence software and the dangers it poses with regard to the spread of fake news and misinformation. We will take a detailed look at common photo editing techniques including the use of facial filters in applications like Facetune. We will carry out a 'spot the difference' activity, to highlight some of the subtle image changes that often go unnoticed. The students will also critically analyse a set of images, where they will look for clues of image manipulation and theorize scenarios where photo editing techniques can become immoral or harmful. The lesson includes an information sheet, a video clip task, a spot-the-difference activity, an image analysis activity and a debate plenary task. Created to fit the new DfE and PSHE Association statutory 2020 /21 guidelines, the lesson includes a detailed PowerPoint, all editable with accompanying tasks and worksheets. The lesson has been left editable and is filled with engaging, well differentiated and fun activities. It is designed to be ‘no prep’, so you can just pick it up and use it, although it is still adaptable should you wish to.