What is intellectual property?

Children using laptop image (Anson Primary)
Children using laptop image (Anson Primary)

Ages

11–16

Duration

Short (1-4 activities)

Nation

England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland

This PowerPoint presentation empowers teachers, film club leaders and youth group workers to explain the importance of copyright to young people, encourage a respect for the filmmaking process and open up a debate about the value of intellectual property. For further teaching resources and activities on intellectual property please download the Creating Movie Magic resource from the Into Film website.

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What is Intellectual Property PowerPoint presentation

What is Intellectual Property PowerPoint presentation

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Supports

Information Computing Technology

Design and Technology

Digital

Citizenship

Religious Education

Ethics

PSHE Education

Personal

Film Studies

Media Studies

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