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Moon conspiracies

This lesson is designed to generate discussion in students regarding the common Lunar conspiracy theories. Through looking at statements, analysing the reliability of the sources, and critically analysing the comments and applying scientific principles, students will come to their own conclusions about whether the US really did land on the Moon.

Curriculum links:

  • Critical thinking.
  • Analysing sources for reliability.
  • Any theory must be tested and peer reviewed.

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