Activism or Slacktivism - Lessons in Digital Literacy
In this lesson, students explore the potential of the internet to enable social change. Students explore the concept of slacktivism (lazy activism) and share their views about the use of the internet for social change campaigns. They also research a famous social change campaign from 2012 and look at the steps that can transform a slacktivist to an activist. Lastly, they look at how they could plan a campaign to support one of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
- To develop students’ understanding of how to use the internet as a tool for social change.
- Intermediate + (B1- C2)
- Note pad: https://cryptpad.fr/pad/
- Whiteboard: https://cryptpad.fr/pad/
- Teachers' Guide (PDF)
- Digital presentation: Demonstration copy
- Infographic - Slacktivism: https://bit.ly/3rXv1J6
- Infographic - SDGs: https://bit.ly/34QSWBl