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RECOGNIZING AND REPORTING INAPPROPRIATE ONLINE BEHAVIOR

about 1 year ago

Objective: Recognizing and reporting inappropriate online behavior
Essential Question: How should you handle inappropriate online talk?

Introductory Question(s) and or background information: 

INVITE students to raise their hand if they have ever heard the saying, “Don’t talk to strangers.”

ASK: How might this “rule” change when we communicate online?

Vocabulary: "opportunity", "inappropriate", "risky", "harass"

Discuss that connecting with people online may not alway be safe and that they can get into inappropriate situations. So it is important to knew how to identify an inappropriate situation and how to deal with it.

Video URL or Scenario:

Perspectives on Chatting Safely Online
https://www.commonsense.org/education/lesson/safe-online-talk-6-8

Follow up discussion questions:

What are some of the opportunities and some of the pitfalls of connecting with people online?
In what online situations should you get a “gut feeling” that tells you that you may be at risk?
What are some rules for staying safe when talking and messaging online?

Additional Information:

This lesson has a video of a teacher actually teaching it. "Online Talk: What's Safe and What's Risky?"

All the handouts are included on this site.

 

CYBER BULLYING, PT. 1

about 1 year ago

Objective: Preventing Cyber Bullying
Essential Question: How can families get involved in preventing cyberbullying?


Video URL or Scenario: 

https://www.commonsense.org/education/lesson/cyberbullying-crossing-the-line-6-8

Follow up discussion questions: 

Does bullying count if it happens at home?
 
Is cyberbullying the same as, worse than, or better than bullying that happens in person?
 
What would you do if you found someone bullying someone from your school online?
Additional Information:

This lesson has a video of a teacher actually teaching it. "Cyberbullying: What's Crossing the Line?"

All the handouts are included on this site.


 

CYBER BULLYING, PT. 2

over 2 years ago

Objective: Dealing with Cyber Bullying
Essential Question: What does responsible online behavior look like?

Introductory Question(s) and or background information: 

Have you ever seen somebody be bullied?
Is there a difference between bullying in real life and bullying on the Internet?
What are some ways that you and your friends tease each other online for fun?
What should you do if you receive a message that is hurtful or hateful?

Video URL or Scenario: 

Follow up discussion questions: 

How can you get help if you feel you are getting cyber-bullied?
Where can you turn for help when bullied? Who can you tell?
What do you do if you know someone who is being bullied?

Additional Information:

UNDERSTANDING COPYRIGHT LAWS

about 1 year ago

Objective: Understanding copyright laws
Essential Question: When we talk about Cut-Copy-Paste, what are we talking about?


Video URL or Scenario: 

https://www.commonsense.org/education/lesson/rework-reuse-remix-6-8

Follow up discussion questions: 

What are 3 reasons why copying from the internet is a bad idea?
What might happen to you when your teacher finds out that you copied from the internet


Additional Information:

This lesson has a video of a teacher actually teaching it. "Strategies: Learning Difficult Vocabulary"

All the handouts are included on this site.