This Radio 4 video explains the tricky ‘falsification’ concept in a clear and accessible manner for students:
An overview of the swan analogy used can also be found here:
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The swan analogy is the one perhaps most commonly used in an explanation of this concept so to help act as a memory trigger, ask students to create a poster based on this analogy which explains falsification.
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