We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byIsabell Keeler
Modified about 1 year ago
Would you meet up with someone you didn’t know on the internet? E-Safety Quiz
If someone you didn't know on the internet asked you to be your friend would you
E-Safety Quiz Would you put pictures of yourself on the internet that you wouldn't want your parents to see?
E-Safety Quiz What langue do you think is appropriate
E-Safety Quiz What information would you not give out
E-Safety Quiz If you knew that someone was bullying someone else what would you do
E-Safety Quiz Do you think it is safe to put your personal information on the internet?
E-Safety Quiz Do you think it is good that children around the world are being warned about being safe on the internet?
E-Safety Quiz Should you trust people on the internet?
Internet Safety Name: 1 – Safe or Unsafe Sharing your real name with someone you met online SafeUnsafe.
Questions ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Do you use the internet to talk to your friends?
Welcome to my E-Safety Quiz This quiz if for teens and young adults.
Lead ▪ learn ▪ protect ▪ engage Taunton Learning Partnership Esafety Charter work.
E-safety Quiz. What is E-safety? E-safety is keeping safe online. It is very important to know how to do this now as there is more and more social networking.
E-SAFETY QUIZ. Do you have to accept every friend request on Facebook?
INTERNET SAFETY TIPS BY: STACEY BUCY. PERSONAL INFORMATION Never send your personal information to anyone that you do not know. DO NOT SEND A PICTURE.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M-njh8mFvVk CYBER SMART QUIZ Watch This First.
E-safety By Oliver s and Jannat. Safe Never ever put data about you on the website. It could be dangerous.
Don’t respond when a cyberbully is saying something mean about you online. Just block it.
E-Safety Quiz Are you cybersafe? A website wants your name and phone number so you can enter a contest. Is it OK to enter?
How Can I Stay Safe When I Use The Internet?. Do Not Give Out Personal Information Your last name Your home or cell phone numbers Where you live Where.
Internet Safety By Paige. General Rules for Keeping Safe on The Web Never give out personal information on the internet Never use your own name as a login.
Cyber-bullying Advice What should you do! Don't reply to messages that are meant to upset you. This is likely to make the bullying worse.
E- SAFETY PRESENTATION By: Mohamed Fathy Tip 1Tip 2Tip 3Tip 4Tip 5 And the What is e safety.
Guide to web safety for Key Stage 1. Being safe on the internet is really important. If you follow these rules at all times you can still have lots of.
Internet Safety Tips for to Remember o Don’t give out any personal information to people you don’t know o Check with a trusted adult before.
E-safety Quiz. Which one of these is not safe to share on your profile? Question 1.
Click here to begin Internet Safety Keeping Kids Safe On-Line.
Cyber Safety with Cell Phones By: Tanner Putnam. Cell phones Cell phones are used to talk and now are used as mini computers. You can download APPS.
Welcome to Year 5’s E Safety Assembly. Be careful what you click on !!!!!! Don’t click on anything if you don’t know what it is because you don’t know.
Cyber safe!! Internet safety! Beware of strangers!! If a stranger wants to get in contact with you ask your parents or the police what to do. If.
INTERNET SAFETY Rule #1 I will not give out ANY personal information! not your phone # not your parents phone # not your address not your full name not.
Cyber Safety Ms. Grenier. Importance of Cyber Safety In today’s world, there is no way to avoid the use of technology. While technology and the internet.
RESPONSIBLE DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP At the Safety Booth.
INTERNET SAFETY FOR STUDENTS Using the Internet safely and responsibly.
Serving with pride and confidence Internet Safety & Cyber Bullying PCSO Nick Glass.
Surfing Safely with the Sharks Internet Safety. Risks Copyright Law Safety Basics Fair UseBullying 5 W’s of Website Evaluation Interactives.
Cyber Time First Grade. Personal Information Personal information is stuff about you that strangers should never know. Do not post or share… Your name.
Be A Friend Not A Bully Taylor and Rida Cyber Safety Rule #1 Be a friend not a bystander. If you see someone get bullied anywhere online or in person.
Cyber Time Fifth Grade. Personal Information Don’t share your parents’ information Don’t give your password for a website to anyone.
Lets Put An End To Cyberbullying By Derek and David.
I.C.T project How much do you know about internet safety ???
Internet Safety Tips Stay safe, stay smart!. This includes: your real name, your address, your phone number Do not share your name, address, phone.
Internet Safety Even though it might be hard, try not to get upset by other people’s comments.
+ An Introduction to Safety on the Internet 1 Material and Advice provided by:
E-Safety By Ruby H and Tomasz. S.M.A.R.T S You will have to keep safe on the internet, don’t send a picture of yourself. M Only meet someone if you know.
YEAR 6’S GUIDE TO STAYING SAFE ON THE INTERNET. CHATTING When you are chatting to people online, try not to give out any personal information about yourself.
Cyber Time 1 st grade Welcome! Using technology can be dangerous, these are some ways to stay safe!
Internet Safety LaReesa L. Orton EDU 384 October 5, 2011.
By: Brandee Burke. This is an interactive slideshow that is going to teach you all about how to be safe while using the internet and also other kinds.
Activity 4 Phone Safety Quiz. 1 You receive a picture message from a friend that makes you uncomfortable. Do you… Send back a text telling her to get.
Bullying What It Is? What You Can Do to help? Why it is important to help?
INTERNET STUFF. RULE 1 HAVE AN ADULT NEARBY THE INTERNET CAN BE FUN You Can Play Games.
You will be answering a series of questions by oli raynor Welcome to my E- safety quiz.
Are you a digital citizen? Zeborah Ware 1. Table of Contents Definition of Digital Citizenship Page 3 Classroom Rules for Cell Phones Page 4 Social Networking.
By: Trisha and Alexandra BE COOL DON’T CYBERBULLY!
People can lie on the internet. Don’t plan to meet someone in person. Don’t friend someone you don’t know. Don’t respond to people you don’t know.
Internet Safety in Schools Grades 3,4 &5 Created by: Kim Smith.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.