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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: 

What are your family's rules inside the house? Outside the house?

What do you need to do to stay safe when you visit new places? (such as the zoo, museum, mall...)

When you visit new places should you go alone or with an adult?
 
Do you use the internet at home?

Video URL or Scenario:

http://video.commonsensemedia.org/digitalcitizenship/MyOnlineNeighborhood.mp4

Follow up discussion questions:

1)  What did Jeremiah like about the Internet? What kind of things can he do on the Internet?
Sample responses:
*He likes to visit cool places.
*He can talk to his family and friends.
*He can learn lots of new things.
*He can create things on the Internet.
 
2)  What three rules does Jeremiah follow when he goes places online?
*Always ask your parent (or teacher) first
*Only talk to people you know
*Stick to places that are just right for you

Additional Information:

Link to full lesson

CYBER BULLYING

about 1 year ago

 

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

Introductory Question(s) and or background information: 

What are different ways kids can be bullied?
How do you use a computer (to play games, take AR quizzes, etc)?

Video URL or Scenario:

http://www.brainpopjr.com/health/relationships/bullying/

Follow up discussion questions:

How should you act when you're on the internet?
Possible answers:
1.  Don't give out personal information
2.  Only talk to people you know
3.  Ask for parent or teacher permission
4.  Be respectful
What should you do if you are being cyberbullied?
Possible answers: 
1.  Never answer a mean message
2.  Show the message to an adult
3.  If you're mad, don't send a mean message
4.  Only say things online that you would say in person


Additional Information:

The cyberbullying section of the video starts at about 4 minutes, but it is recommend watching the whole video to help students make the connection between bullying on the playground and cyberbullying.

UNDERSTANDING COPYRIGHT LAWS

about 1 year ago


Objective: Understanding copyright laws
Essential Question: Is it okay to take other peoples work and use it as your own?

Introductory Question(s) and or background information: 

Has anyone ever seen this symbol ©? Has anyone heard the word copyright before?
Do you listen to music or watch videos online?
Did you know that someone owns most everything that is on the internet?

Video URL or Scenario:

Copyright, what's copyright?
 
Copyright & Creative Commons for kids (3:14)
 
Youtube Copyright School

Follow up discussion questions: 

Is it okay to record music and videos and share them without permission?


Additional Information:

SOCIAL NETWORKS

about 1 year ago


Objective: Communicating through social networks
Essential Question: How does the internet connect you to others?

Introductory Question(s) and or background information: 

How do you use a social network safely?

Video URL or Scenario: 

 

Follow up discussion questions:

What are some of the problems the kids in the video faced?
What is important to know about passwords?
When is it okay to share personal information?
Is it okay to download anything you want?

Additional Information:

Link to full lesson