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RECOGNIZING AND REPORTING INAPPROPRIATE ONLINE BEHAVIOR

over 2 years ago

Objective: Recognizing and reporting inappropriate online behavior
Essential Question: How can you be safe while communicating online?

Introductory Question(s) and or background information: 

Why is important to stick with your "real" friends in the real world?

Video URL or Scenario: 

http://planetnutshell.com/project/netsafe-episode-7-understanding-online-friends-grades-4-6/

Follow up discussion questions: 

1. Why isn't it a good idea to meet new people through the internet?
2. What are some examples of people who would be a safe choice for online friends?
3. What should you do if somebody that you've never met in person wants to be your "friend" online?
4. Is it a good idea to friend somebody because you have a mutual friend, but you don't actually know them yourself.
Lesson URL if applicable: 
Additional Information:
Download the "Am I Safe on the Internet Checklist" under 3rd-5th grade.
Have students complete the checklist, watch the video, then have a discussion.

CYBER BULLYING

over 2 years ago

Objective: Preventing Cyber Bullying 
Essential Question: How can we be responsible and respectful online?

Introductory Question(s) and or background information: 

What is cyberbullying?
What can I do to protect myself against cyberbullies?
What is digital etiquette?

Video URL or Scenario:

http://www.brainpop.com/technology/computersandinternet/cyberbullying/

Follow up discussion questions: 

How is digital etiquette different than regular etiquette?
What is cyberstalking?
What is Adina’s Deck?
What should I do if somebody I don't know is sending me emails?
Someone is sending me messages on my cell phone but I don't know who it is. What do I do?
What is social networking?
Are there any rules I should follow when I’m using social networking sites?


Additional Information:

Link to full lesson

Follow up activities/differentiated follow up (visual review).
Choice of quizzes:

SOCIAL NETWORKS

over 2 years ago

Objective: Communicating through social networks
Essential Question: Are there any rules I should follow when I’m using social networking sites?

Introductory Question(s) and or background information: 

What is a social network?
Have you ever used a social networking site (Facebook, Twitter, etc)?

Tim and Moby talk about how social networks are a great way to communicate with friends and family and share interests. While social networks are fun, it's important to know how to use them responsibly and safely. Learn how to protect your privacy and be careful with the information you give and who you give it to.
 

Video URL or Scenario:

 

Follow up discussion questions:

What is social networking?
What is digital etiquette?

Additional Information: 

Link to full lesson

http://www.brainpop.com/educators/community/blog/bp-topic/social-networking/

Ohlone Elementary Social Networking Tech Safety Plan

UNDERSTANDING COPYRIGHT LAWS

10 months ago

Objective: Understanding copyright laws
Essential Question: How can you show respect for other people's work?

Introductory Question(s) and or background information: 

Start with questions:
How do you show, or could you show, that an Idea belonged to you and not someone else?
How would you feel if someone took credit for something you created?
Go over Vocabulary definitions: Plagiarism, citation, respect.
Ask students how they would feel if someone took credit for your work?    
Show video: Nicole's Story: Copyrighting Creative Work

Video URL or Scenario:

https://www.commonsense.org/education/tlr-ui/modal-collection-video/2496871

Follow up discussion questions:

Define Plagiarism, Copyright, respect, citation.  Give examples for each of the definitions. 
How would you feel if you created something and someone else took credit for it?  
How can you prove you were the one who created the work?
Why do should we give credit to who created the work?

Additional Information:

Link to full lesson