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 Define cyberbullying.  Identify activities which are considered cyberbullying.  Examine ways to prevent cyberbullying.  Learn online manners and.

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2  Define cyberbullying.  Identify activities which are considered cyberbullying.  Examine ways to prevent cyberbullying.  Learn online manners and digital citizenship.

3  Cyberbullying Q &A (5 questions)  What is Cyberbullying?  Video Segment (2:19)  Discussion  Video Segment (51 seconds)  Netiquette Discussion

4 “ It’s okay to use bad language online and when instant-messaging, you just shouldn’t talk that way.“

5 “It is okay to impersonate someone over IM or online.”

6 “It is okay to forward a private IM conversation or post pictures and information about someone without the permission of the other person.”

7 “It is okay to insult someone in an interactive game room.”

8 “It is okay to send/post rude or scary things about someone online as a joke.”

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10 Click image to link to video (2min:19sec)

11  Why do you think people Cyberbully?  How does your school deal with Cyberbullying?  Have you ever sent a mean message because you were upset?  What would you do if someone created a mean, fake profile for you or one of your friends?  How can you stop yourself from being Cyberbullied?  Who would you talk to if it happened to you?

12 “If you wouldn’t say it in real life, why say it online?” Click image to link to video (0min:51sec)

13  Be careful who you give phone numbers to.  Do not reply to messages from Cyberbullies.  Tell an adult.  Do not erase or delete messages from Cyberbullies.

14  You can’t take it back.  If you don’t want to say it face-to- face, don’t write it.  Don’t support bullies by “Liking” inappropriate comments.  Do not forward other people’s s or texts without their permission.  Do not write a message when you’re angry.

15  Define Cyberbullying.  Identify activities which are considered Cyberbullying.  Examine ways to prevent Cyberbullying.  Learn online manners and digital citizenship.

16 "Cyberbullying- The Bedroom." Kids Help Phone. Web. 26 Apr ully.html "Cyberbullying PSA." Texas Association of Journalism Editors. Web. 26 Apr


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