|1||Two sides to every story|
- Define the terms 'fact', 'opinion', 'biased' and 'unbiased', explaining the difference between them;
- Describe the language and techniques that make up a biased report;
- Analyse a report also extract the facts from it.
- Know the legal age (and reason behind these) for having a social media account;
- Understand why people don’t tell the truth and often post only the good bits about themselves, online;
- Recognise that people’s lives are much more balanced in real life, with positives and negatives.
|3||What's it worth?|
- Explain some benefits of saving money;
- Describe the different ways money can be saved, outlining the pros and cons of each method;
- Describe the costs that go into producing an item;
- Suggest sale prices for a variety of items, taking into account a range of factors;
- Explain what is meant by the term interest.
|4||Jobs and taxes|
- Recognise and explain that different jobs have different levels of pay and the factors that influence this;
- Explain the different types of tax (income tax and VAT) which help to fund public services;
- Evaluate the different public services and compare their value.
|5||Happy shoppers - caring for the environment|
- Explain what is meant by living in an environmentally sustainable way;
- Suggest actions that could be taken to live in a more environmentally sustainable way.
|6||Democracy in Britain 2|
- To recognise reasons for rules and laws; consequences of not adhering to rules and laws.