This How Fair Use Works lesson plan also includes:
What's fair is fair! Using the resource, scholars discuss the key differences between fair use and copyright. Next, in small groups, pupils create and present projects that demonstrate fair use of copyrighted material, such as a song, poem, or illustration.
- Support visual learners by making a chart or diagram on the board to list the differences between a copyright and a trademark
- Consider providing computer access for project completion
- Print handouts before teaching the lesson
- Includes measurable objectives and an essential question to guide the lesson
- Provides links to additional resources