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2 5 th Grade Digital Literacy In the Spring 5th graders have been very busy learning about digital literacy, safe surfing, safety online, blogging and researching. They have put together a class Power Point to share what they have learned! Enjoy, Mrs. Lewis

3 Tom G. Danny G. Browsers.about.comSmashingmagizine.com Search Engines are programs that help you search what you are looking for on the internet. Some examples of search engines are Google, Fire Fox, Bing. A Browser is a software application that locates and retrieves your data. Some examples of browsers are Internet Explorer, Safari, Google Chrome To learn more about browsers and search engines

4 Ellie B. & Isabella G. Pilaw.com Tell an adult immediately if something bad comes up online. Dont communicate online with someone you dont know. Dont start fights online. Always ask an adult before you give out personal information. Dont get together with anyone you meet online without an adult. Dont respond to any mean messages that are sent to you. Check with your parents before installing a software We got our information from Safekids.com

5 Blogging George P. and Liam T. Picture is from : digitalgrapevine.co.za and eyeoneeducation.com Info from : Hyperlink on blogging Blog is short for weblog Some examples of blogs are Facebook, Twitter, and Tumbler Blogs are websites where you can find reviews, chat, and look at opinions of other people There are 152,000,000 blogs on the Internet

6 KEYWORDS Keywords help you look up specific information that you need. Keywords help you look up specific information that you need. You have to type in exactly what you want or it will give you a whole bunch of information you dont want at all. You have to type in exactly what you want or it will give you a whole bunch of information you dont want at all. For example if you type in ice cream recipes you could end up with chocolate ice cream recipes instead of vanilla ice cream recipes. If you type in vanilla ice cream you will get vanilla ice cream recipes. For example if you type in ice cream recipes you could end up with chocolate ice cream recipes instead of vanilla ice cream recipes. If you type in vanilla ice cream you will get vanilla ice cream recipes. psdnation.info psdnation.info psdnation.info Aidan K. And Jackson P.

7 Plagiarism Kate M. & Emily V. Academicfix.com Magcartz.com plagiarism An example of plagiarism is when people copy information straight off of the internet. If you commit plagiarism at school you could be expelled. Facts on plagiarismplagiarism Plagiarism is a growing problem in schools, colleges, and universities. Accidental Plagiarism Sometimes, plagiarism is obvious. Copying a lab report from another student and buying a research paper over the Internet are clear examples of plagiarism. But plagiarism can also be accidental. Never cut and paste unless you intend to use a direct quotation. It is too easy to forget where and why youve used a source, so avoid cutting and pasting unless you are absolutely sure you want to use the quotation word for word. Also immediately make note of the source so that you can cite it in your paper. avoid-plagiarism

8 A troll starts a flame war. It starts as flaming and then starts a flame war. A flame war is a series of name calling on the internet. If this happens the first thing you should do is tell a teacher, parent, or an adult that you trust. m/LittlestBridgeTroll.htmlwww.cheshiresmile.co m/LittlestBridgeTroll.html By Kristin D. and Leah N.

9 Netiquette Bradley and Raymond numerounosipamelita.blogspot.com Gizmodo.com Even when you think what you type on the computer is nice, the way it looks can change what the other people think. For example, if you write in all caps people could think you were yelling. Its the same way using too many exclamation points. You have to have manners online too. I hope you learned something from this presentation. Please see our link for more information about online manners.

10 Private Information Noah J. Michael C. blog.nsbank.com When you are online and somebody asks you for any private information the safest answer is NO. Always ask for permission to give out private information. Some websites will ask you for private information. Its important to stop and get your parents to handle it. We got our information from common sense media. tawid10.blogspot.com

11 Private Information Examples Elise L. & Lizzy J. 7clingo.com abine.com What`s private? *Full name *Street address *School address * address *Phone numbers *Passwords *Mother`s maiden name *Parent`s place of work *Photos in which you can be recognized For Example Do Not Answer These Questions Without an Adult! Can I have your address? What is your name? What is the name of your school? Will you send me a picture of your self? Will you give your phone number so I can call you? Where do you live? We got our information from

12 Evan R. Wyatt K. If you find a picture on the internet you need to say where it comes from. Also, if you find a saying or idea online give credit to the person and/or have a hyper link. Learn more at copyright

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