Princess Anastasia – Conspiracy Theories

We all believe in something. It may be one thing; it may be lots of things. Some may be easier to believe than others, but this is down to each person’s opinion.

These worksheets help students to question what they believe and why, and which sources can be relied upon to support those opinions. Using the legend surrounding the reported survival of the Russian princess, Anastasia, after the Russian Revolution of 1917, the students research the evidence behind the myth and assess them for their reliability. Discussions are also held regarding how we decide what we believe in.

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