It's common for children and young people to use images they find online, for school projects or just for fun. But children and young people don't often understand which images are OK to use and which ones aren't. Help your learners understand about the rights and responsibilities they have when it comes to the images they create and use.
Key Vocabulary: attribute · copyright · intellectual property · plagiarism · licence Show definitions
tiving credit to the person who created something, such such as listing the author's name and date, or a citation
legal protection that a creators have over the things they create
the ownership of something you create, giving you a right to how others use it
using someone's creative work without providing attribution
Key Standards Supported
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Warm-Up: We Are All Creators5 mins.
Define: What's Copyright?25 mins.
Apply: May I?10 mins.
Wrap-Up: OK or No Way?5 mins.
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