Did Man Really Walk on the Moon?

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This Triple Crossed activity from the Centre for Science Education and supported by the Astra Zeneca Teaching Trust starts with a quiz asking students to answer questions about the history of space exploration.

They are then asked to consider the evidence provided and use it to establish an argument for whether they feel the moon landings were real or a hoax. Students are then introduced to the nature of the politics of the Cold War era, the use of propaganda and the way governments spend money.

The activity is followed by a self-assessment sheet and accompanied by teachers' guidance notes.

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