What are Zinfographics?

Zinfographics are packs of activities each containing 3 infographics you can print and pass out, project onto your classroom wall or virtual whiteboard, or share on your screen during online lessons. Each infographic introduces a problem related to the internet and society and includes activities to discuss it with your students. Every infographic deals with a separate issue which means each one can be used independently, as a complement to your lesson plan, or simply one after another. The infographics compile information and numerical data concerning these themes. 

Each Zinfographic consists of:

  • A page with the infographic and a “comprehension” box including a few questions to check your students’ overall understanding of the document;
  • One or two pages with varied speaking activities concerning the particular theme.
  • Sometimes, a supplementary activity such as a writing exercise or presentation to be prepared at home is proposed in a box. 

The answers to the comprehension questions are found on page 10. You will also find a folder with the name VIRTUAL_VERSION containing the infographics as separate PDF files which you can use to more easily organize your online classes or send to your students as homework or for extra practice. 

Inside Zinfographics Pack 1: Internet and Society

This pack and its activities were designed for B1 and B2 students.

Zinfographic 1 – ONLINE HATE SPEECH
This infographic allows students to discover the targets of online hate speech and the various actions taken by social media platforms and governments in different countries to combat it. Learners are then invited to give their opinion and share their experience with online hate speech.

This infographic introduces the concept of uberization and the industries concerned, give their opinions on the subject of uberization and discuss their personal experiences with uberized services. Then, students imagine and present their own novel concept for a business based on the uberization model.

This infographic allows you to talk about romance scams and discover the figures related to online scams. It is followed by a game wherein students  invent false but convincing excuses


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Ian Kime

Ian Kime

I have been teaching English abroad since receiving my CELTA certificate in Poland in 2018. I enjoy tracking my individual students’ development but love having lessons with big groups! Now that I teach online, I am accompanied by my sidekicks Olaf, Mała, Pirate and Bandit on a regular basis.

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