Presentation on theme: "Define cyberbullying. Identify activities which are considered cyberbullying. Examine ways to prevent cyberbullying. Learn online manners and digital."— Presentation transcript:
Define cyberbullying. Identify activities which are considered cyberbullying. Examine ways to prevent cyberbullying. Learn online manners and digital citizenship.
Lesson Outline Video Segment What is Cyberbullying? Brainstorm Take Cyberbullying Quiz www.stopcyberbullying.org/kids/are_you_a_cyberbully.html Discuss items from the quiz Video Segment Netiquette Discussion
“Cyberbullying does not stop once you get home.”
Take the Quiz www.stopcyberbullying.org/ki ds/are_you_a_cyberbully.html
Discussion 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?
“If you wouldn’t say it in real life, why say it online?”
What can you do? 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
Netiquette 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 emails or texts without their permission. Do not write a message when you’re angry.
Define Cyberbullying. Identify activities which are considered Cyberbullying. Examine ways to prevent Cyberbullying. Learn online manners and digital citizenship.
Resources "Third Grade Internet Safety Resources." CAT 2 Come Alive and Thrive with Technology. Chesapeake City Public Schools, 10-Aug-2010. Web. 26 Apr 2011.. "Cyberbullying- The Bedroom." Kids Help Phone. Web. 26 Apr 2011.. "Cyberbullying PSA." Texas Association of Journalism Editors. Web. 26 Apr 2011..