Ppt on basic etiquettes for teens

Digital Citizenship Created 5-10-10 Revised 6/7/2010 1 Office of Information, Technology and Accountability.

safety/physical well-being in a digital technology world 5. Digital Etiquette: electronic standards of conduct or procedure 6. Digital Rights and /Basic digital rights must be addressed, discussed, and understood in the digital world. With these rights also come responsibilities as well. Users must help define how the technology is to be used in an appropriate manner. In a digital society these two areas must work together for/Savvy Teens Nancy E. Willard Istockphoto istockphoto.com Created 5-10-10/


Chapter 1 The Food-Service Industry Copyright © 2011 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

or long arid spells, human survival might have depended on preserving food for many months. Each of the five basic methods of food preservation — drying, heating, freezing, fermentation, and/The State Newspaper  Each chapter receives 20 copies of Georgia News twice a year Teen Times: The National Magazine  Each chapter receives a classroom set Two Camps: 1./to behave at the table? Was there anything that confused you Dining Etiquette http://youtu.be/DTtUiJx6XX8 http://youtu.be/aW6AuL6R5y 8 http://youtu.be//


Family and Consumer Sciences Middle School Course Standards.

for teens. Creating a budget for teen expenditures and savings 10. Critique factors that influence individual and teen consumer decisions, including needs and wants, budget limitations, and quality of products. Describing store policies affecting teen consumers Explaining ways to resolve teen consumer problems 11. Describe strategies for comparison shopping among teens. Clothing Connections 12. Describe influences of style, fads, and fashion trends in clothing selection of teenagers. 13. Demonstrate basic/


V IDEO G AME A DDICTION By: Nikiya Kelly. V.G.A Background Addiction There are people around the world who play Video Games all day and night. I understand.

of the word netiquette. It is synonymous with internet etiquette. Netiquette is learned in America and taught worldwide. The basic rule of netiquette is to use good manners while / is also known as the system board or main board. principal board that has connectors for attaching devices to the bus. O PTICAL D RIVE Optical drives stores and retrieve data/ W HAT GROUP IF PEOPLE MAKE UP THE MAJORITY OF VIDEO GAME ADDICTS ? Game Creators? Teens And Adults? Younger Kids? All The Above? S ORRY Y OU G OT I T /


By: Porsche D. Wilson. Introduction The purpose of this this assignment is to give information of about Social Media Sites, Copyright and Fair Use, Plagiarism,

code of the internet because it is the combination of network and etiquette. The term Social Media refers to the use of web-based and/only applies absolutely on a case- by-case basis. Basically, it allows exceptions to be able to reproduce part of a work, for purposes of criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship,/ when a child, preteen or teen is tormented, threatened, harassed, humiliated, embarrassed or otherwise targeted by another child, preteen or teen using the Internet, interactive and /


C OMMUNICATION ( CTD ) Press Release. H OW TO MAKE A GOOD PRESS RELEASE ? What is a press release? - A press release is pseudo-news story, written in.

eat up. 3. Using proper etiquette when contacting a reporter or editor Here are some "etiquette" secrets that can help you /Basically, the press release subhead gives you the opportunity to flesh out your angle and further hook the reporter, without stepping on the drama of the press release headline. TEENS: ULTRA-THIN MOVIE, POP STARS SET BAD EXAMPLE Website Forumgoers Weigh In: Teens/ a range of articles, research materials and message forums for the health conscious consumer. This paragraph is known as /


8 TH GRADE CENTER PRE-ENROLLMENT – 2014-15. 8 TH GRADE CENTER PRE-ENROLLMENT MRS. HODGE PRINCIPAL MR. MILLS ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL MRS. JACOBSON & MR. MCCLUNG.

SKILLS CHILD CARE & DEVELOPMENT CHILD CARE & DEVELOPMENT BASIC SEWING BASIC SEWING FOOD SELECTION AND PREPARATION FOOD SELECTION AND /FOR LEARNING HEALTHY LIFESTYLES SKILLS FOR LEARNING HEALTHY LIFESTYLES HEALTH, NUTRITION, ALCOHOL, DRUG AND TOBACCO AWARENESS, TEEN PREGNANCY, AIDS AWARENESS, HEALTH, NUTRITION, ALCOHOL, DRUG AND TOBACCO AWARENESS, TEEN/etiquette, research and computer skills, shelving books, checking books in and out and assisting the media specialist. Students will learn telephone etiquette/


Winding Rivers Library System La Crosse, WI November 10, 2011.

November 10, 2011 Background Teen programming “philosophy” Themes—not! Basics of fun Cheap fun /Texting Tourney Bubble Wrap 101 National Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day (January 25) Method, style & etiquette Bubble wrap artwork Fastest popper in the land / Bubble Wrap Stomp www.virtual-bubblewrap.com/ ($75 gift cards: B&N, Best Buy, Marcus Theaters) Teen Volunteers Help w/ children’s and teen programs Can also recruit them for teen advisory council/board Your new best friends School librarians & Teachers Face/


Building Bridges: Teaching about the Hmong in our Communities

who came to the U.S. Many of the younger adults already know some basic English There are significant numbers of married teens with children Younger children may experience developmental delays due to chronic protein malnutrition experienced in/ practice corporal punishment in the home and strongly believe in disciplining their children in cases of misbehavior Cultural Etiquette for Interacting with Traditional Hmong Greetings and Communication The handshake may be a new concept to the traditional Hmong /


Digital Citizenship in the Classroom

#1 Goal for Digital Citizenship is to teach teachers, students and parents what are the basics of technology issues are today (and help for tomorrow). Provides / engaging. 5 Digital Etiquette Learning Right from Wrong in the Digital Age Understanding appropriate and inappropriate uses of technology Digital Etiquette Definition: The standard /responsible manner. Thank You For Your Attention. What Questions Do You Have. www.digitalcitizenship.net Cyber-Safe Kids, Cyber-Savvy Teens Nancy E. Willard Resources/


Migrant Graduation Specialist and Student Advocate Overview Webinar October 25, 2012 9 a.m. – noon Title I, Part C, Migrant Education Program.

for migrant students what other programs are already or could be doing* DON’T do activities already conducted by basic education for all students* *this is very broad generalization for/for mobile students x Collaborate with teachers to engage migrant students in completion of community service or culminating project x Counsel student on her teen pregnancy and family issues x Refer pregnant teen/ student. 1.Follow district etiquette or establish acceptable etiquette with instructors when conducting learning/


What can foster parents do to help Challenges faced by aging out youth Lisa Dickson Communications Chair Foster Care Alumni of America Ohio chapter.

me try.” How to prioritize Time management, money management Understanding legal matters (i.e. your basic rights) Developing a vision for foster youth to develop personal health skills OHIO Youth Advisory Board suggestions: Hygiene Sex, drug and/written Public speaking; conversation etiquette Relationship skills; identify people who support you; don’t burn bridges Teen Brain Development Developing a vision for foster youth to develop technological skills Raising a Media Savvy Teen: Cyberbullying is bullying /


Marriage & Family Counseling: Chinese Context

2001-2004 Level Description Manifestation Chinese pinyin 1 Enhancing your own face Etiquette consciousness yao mianzi (lian) 2 Enhancing other’s face Reciprocity gei / Chinese Context Erickson’s Psychosocial Developmental Stages Year Stage Character 0-2 Basic Trust vs. Mistrust Hope 2-7 Autonomy vs. Shame & Doubt /Ellen” “Melrose Place” “Bay Watch” Shaping the secular teen scene: Establishing the popularity standards for teens to conform to Sexually active: Popularity=sexuality Info@ChristianMentalHealth.com /


National Baptist Convention of America, Inc. Rev. Stephen J. Thurston, Convention President YOUTH CONVENTION Minister Darriel D. Brown Jr., Youth President.

Teens will discover how learning to pray can change everything. Through prayer, god can lift you above the pressures of life, so you can see God’s unique plan for your future. Y301Get Real(Study Material $11.00) In getting back to the basics/interest as it relates to ministers. Those topics include: How to be Effective in the Local Church, Identity Crisis, Pulpit Etiquette, What Baptists Believe, Expository Preaching, Evangelism, Supporting the Pastor, Learning to Follow Leadership, Ethics and more. (Study /


Homeaboutexpectationsresources course overview learning outcomes IDEA schedule & sessions course syllabus blended model instructor version Cover evening.

for all involved. As you might expect, netiquette, like other forms of etiquette, is about courtesy, manners, codes of behavior, protocols and respect. Netiquette primarily focuses on how we interact with one another online, by being aware of: our use of language, others’ cultural background, conventional norms, and other behaviors. Below you will find guidelines concerning the basics/and Technology Read Chapter 12, 13, 17 In-class Activity: Teen suicide viewed online. Discuss questions 1,2,3 page 290. /


KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA MINISTRY OF HIGHER EDUCTION KING SAUD UNIVERSITY CAMS HEALTH EDUCATION Final CHS465 JOHALINutHE2016 NUTRITION H EDUCATION Final.

nutritional basics during/etiquette, meal and snack patterns acceptable foods, food combinations, and portion sizes. Etiquette refers to acceptable behaviors. For example, for some groups it is acceptable to lick ones fingers while eating, while for other groups this is rude behavior. Etiquette/FOR Practical Smart Assignments CHS465JOHALI NutHE201565 http://www.learntobehealthy.org/parents- teachers/educational-materials/nutrition/ CHS465 JOHALI NutHE2015 66 http://www.slideshare.net/wmthompson/healthy-teens/


KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA MINISTRY OF HIGHER EDUCTION KING SAUD UNIVERSITY CAMS HEALTH EDUCATION Final CHS465 JOHALINutHE2016_2017 NUTRITION H EDUCATION.

nutritional basics during/etiquette, meal and snack patterns acceptable foods, food combinations, and portion sizes. Etiquette refers to acceptable behaviors. For example, for some groups it is acceptable to lick ones fingers while eating, while for other groups this is rude behavior. Etiquette/FOR Practical Smart Assignments CHS465JOHALI NutHE201566 http://www.learntobehealthy.org/parents- teachers/educational-materials/nutrition/ CHS465 JOHALI NutHE2015 67 http://www.slideshare.net/wmthompson/healthy-teens/


SHARYLAND NORTH JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL COURSE DESCRIPTION AND REGISTRATION MANUAL 2014 – 2015.

to have respect for themselves and others. Speech Communication (For H.S. Credit) Activities will promote learning in the areas of basic acting, artistic discipline, imagination, voice control, theatre etiquette, memory, listening/ and proper care of the equipment. Keyboarding is foundation for developing entry- level skills for business careers. ______________________________________________________________ Teen Leadership Teen Leadership This course teaches students to take responsibility, express /


Parenting 2.0: How to Help Parents with Digital Issues and Fears.

are grade 5 or older, do it together “Google” yourself and your child and see what is said Apply basic etiquette to the new medium Once posted, it’s always available –Wayback site…shows internet pages on previous days…NOTHING / parent Model behaviors you wish them to use Benefits of Online World are Terrific! More teens and ‘tweens are creating content and connecting online for educational benefits, offering schools new opportunities to use technology –National School Boards Association Study Students/


Generation Y & Technology: What’s Going On? Presented by: Dr. Holly Nikels Michele Aurand To: Geneseo Schools February 27, 2008.

“Generation Y”, today’s youth number approximately 60 million. Originally coined by teen expert Eric Chester, Generation Y is typified by youth who continually question the /photo and a profile of themselves for free. The profiles include as little or as much information as the user desires, including basic biographies, lists of hobbies and / used to promote tolerance and respect. List rules for safe use of the internet. Establish a list of internet etiquette rules. Identify ways to be safe online. Establish/


Concept: Internet Safety Who You Are ~ Learning About Yourself ~ Unit Essential Questions How can my principles, skills, and interests help me be successful.

Information PredatorsPersonal Information Internet Safety Privacy What do you think Internet Safety means? 1 Netiquette; Etiquette on the Internet 2  Flame ~  Spam ~  Mail Bomb ~  Shouting/ 1. Pennsylvania is ranked 4 th in the nation for cyber- bullying. 2. _____ of teens reported being bullied at school. 3. _____ of students/  gifts Predator ~ 19 23 The Basics 1. 23 Passwords should not be: 1. 23 GOODBAD Final Reflection Questions 1. What are acceptable uses for social networking? (100 words) 2./


FCCLA The Ultimate Leadership Experience Designed with you in mind!

growth and leadership development in teens through family and consumer sciences. Purposes To promote opportunities for personal development and preparation for adult life. To strengthen the function of the family as a basic unit of society. To encourage/about your FCCLA knowledge. The tests are: –Child Development –Creed, Mission and Purposes –Consumer Math –Culinary Arts –Etiquette –Job Interview –Power of One –Step One –Parliamentary Procedure –Education and Training –Hospitality –Interior Design –Fashion /


The North Carolina 4-H Ambassador Program Prepared by Tovi Lynn Martin, Extension 4-H Assistant.

Required Curricula Introduction to the 4-H Ambassador Program Fundamentals of 4-H Youth Development Public Speaking Basics Parliamentary Procedure Personal & Flag Etiquette 15 hours of elective activities Must include at least 2 different activities Recognition: Name tag &/ Mentor an Ambassador Candidate Serve as Coach Help identify opportunities for youth Encourage Youth to Enroll! Who to Contact Tovi Lynn Martin Extension 4-H Assistant, Teen Programs Department of 4-H Youth Development NC State University /


Understanding in your community.

environments eating etiquette community social rules bathroom etiquette waiting in lines turn taking privacy personal boundaries social language dress code regard for authority People with/vary by culture, geographic location, age, gender, etc. Teenagers with Autism Teens with autism are… more socially inexperienced than others their age affected by / or Vulnerable Person continued Do not touch or attempt to restrain the person Ask basic informative questions (e.g. “What’s you name?”, “Where do you live/


The City of Rocky Mount’s Mission Statement:  “To advance community well- being, safety and quality of life by delivering exceptional public services.”

taken until scholarship funds are depleted. Teen Extreme * New Program Teen Extreme is designed for children ages 13-16 years old. Teen Extreme replaced C.I.T. program /playing other games. Campers must wear socks. Campers must use proper bowling etiquette. No distracting each other. One child bowls at a time (per alley/ administered to include pain. 4.Electric shock 5.Insulin shock 6.Deprivation of any basic necessities: medication, meals, sleep, and personal hygiene. 7.Unpleasant tasting food – contingent /


METRO NORTH REGIONAL EMPLOYMENT BOARD EOPS YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM.

expected from working teens.  Job Search: Where to start looking for a job; Techniques for finding great jobs.  Job Applications: Practice & sample job applications; The application process; Tips for submitting an efficient, presentable application.  Resumes: Sample resumes; Tips & Step by Step to drafting your resume and cover letter; References.  Interviews: Interview preparations; Tips for interviewing; Practice Q&A; The follow up  Workplace Etiquette: Workplace expectations; Attire/


1 Internet Safety By: Nicole Sutton, Kenny Messinger, and Emily Whitman.

These are the areas of greatest risk for exposure to unwanted exchanges. They are not set up for children and are not a good way to spend their time or your money. Most teens create at least a basic profile, with their name, age, / as the norms of appropriate, responsible behavior with regard to technology use. 18 Nine Themes of Digital Citizenship 1. Digital Etiquette - electronic standards of conduct or procedure 2. Digital Communication - electronic exchange of information 3. Digital Literacy - process of/


What Color is Diversity in the 21 st Century? OJDDA Fall Conference Canyonville, OR September 19, 2011 Johnny Lake

for tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today." What Do Children Deserve? At the center of the old Sioux society was the tiyospaye, the extended family group, the basic/teen-age crime. But the most alarming crime trends are among adults older than 30. Teen-age crime definitely is a cause for concern. The violent crime rate per capita among teen-agers rose 40 percent from 1985 to 1995. If teen/. 2. Practice good listening skill and conversation etiquette. Listening Many times we do not listen to/


Into the World of Social Media Self-Purification: Mind, Body, and Soul Al-Miraaj Center Workshop Hina SanaUllah.

and Soul The Basics The Purpose of Social Media The Positive Uses of Social Media The Negatives of Social Media Haram and Halal Social Media Etiquette Cyberbullying My /Twitter, politicians, public speakers, organizations) Influence-(human rights, blogging, news, speak out for change) The Positive Uses of Social Media 1-Increased criminal prosecution because of social media/sites to connect with relatives in other states, and 57% of teens have reported making new friendships on social media sites. 3-Students /


FCCLA Webquest FCCLA is her to help members, like yourself, travel beyond their limits. Joining FCCLA will broaden your creative thinking, allow you.

conversation & training for parents of teens to work together for their traffic safety. 7. Define Financial Fitness? Financial Fitness is a National peer education program involving youth to teach one another how to make, save & spend money wisely. Banking Basics - Conquer bank /. Lunch will be furnished. Membership dues are $20 for the year, which pays your National, State & Chapter dues. We will be going to LaCaille, having an etiquette lesson, participation in service projects, combining with FBLA to/


Lichelle Leonard, Technology Coach.  The average american child between the ages of 8-18 spends how much time per week with media/technology?  A.

appropriate digital tools and resources  c. Promote and model digital etiquette and responsible social interactions related to the use of technology and /  Cyberbullying: Be UpstandingCyberbullying: Be Upstanding  Students draw connections between young teens’ perceptions of digital drama and stereotypes of men and women on reality TV/  the basics about browsers and search engines and how to accurately and reliably locate quality information  how to evaluate online sources for reliability and credibility/


STUDY ON INFORMATION ETHICS OF STUDENTS IN THE E-LEARNING ERA 2006. 1. 5 Hyun-Yong Jung Department of Technology Education, College of Engineering Chungnam.

he/she became addicted to cyber space. 1. Basic Principles of Information Ethics 2) Responsibility Responsibility can/Korea Agency for Digital Opportunity and Promotion proposed the goals and contents of information ethic education in details for the areas of communication etiquettes, unhealthy/teens tends to flow into making economic profit through hacking and illegal programs, beyond their simple curiosity, and their deeds against society and to operate illegal website are done without any consciousness for/


South Africa. ~Location and Origin~ South Africa South Africa.

nation’s GDP is spent on education – basically the same as in the U.S. /Largest enrollment is college and/or grad school Educational attainment for those 25 years and up  Majority has earned a Bachelor’s / Welcome to South Africa The Child’s Word  Seidman, D. (2009) Teens in South Africa Compass Point Books Internet Sites:  CIA World Factbook https://www/Guide to Language, Culture, Customs, and Etiquette http://www.kwintessential.co.uk/resources/global-etiquette/south-africa-country-profile.html  U./


What Does This Mean And How Do We Deal With It?. 90 Minute Presentation Includes 5 minutes of small group discussion near the beginning Video clips Slides.

presence (Cyber-Suicide) and have others check your online presence (ie. Credit Check) Digital Etiquette Definition: The standard of conduct expected by other digital technology users. .  Moderate Use of/for K-3 www.netsmartzkids.org Passport to the Internet Fully interactive Teacher Guide with Lessons and Activities Discussion Questions www.nsteens.org Watch teens/digital citizens What Is Digital Citizenship? Digital citizenship is more than basic online safety, it is living, working, and playing safely, /


Technology, Social Media, and Our Kids The good, the bad, and the ugly! March 15, 2013 University of Mary Washington EdTech Conference 2013.

for multiple uses O Comixer – create comic strips for fun or educational purposes O Governomics – make decisions as governor, government More great apps for middle/high kids O DoReMi123 – music, cause and effect O Sentence Builder Teenfor teens still developing basic language skills O Lists for/ Power down for certain periods of every day. Model this behavior. Violating rules of etiquette What can we do? O Explain your rules for what is polite and what is not and set firm consequences for their violation./


© 2008 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T, AT&T logo and all other marks contained herein are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property.

. All rights reserved. #1 Mobile Device with Teens Today! “75 percent of teens plan on having a mobile phone as long as/T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. Use Cell Phones for Instruction? Transformative Change Happening in Education Drawing on Student-/ and Ethical Use Constructive vs. Destructive Uses Safety & Etiquette Developing Digital Citizenship © 2008 AT&T Intellectual Property. All/of future factory workers and middle managers with the basic skills and knowledge they needed on the job. /


Face(book)ing the Facts: A Librarian’s Guide to Surviving Facebook VLA Annual Conference Thursday, October 29, 2009 Bettina Peacemaker John Glover VCU.

is the fastest growing demographic  Are you on Facebook? Facebook, the basics  The Profile (Status updates, Wall, Photos/Videos )  Making “/e-mail? (Carnevale, 2006) –E-mail losing ground with teens (Pew Internet Project, 2009)  Facebook use is primarily social /users Friends, Facebook Etiquette, and the Real World  Friends, Facebook Friends, and “friending” /  …but do patrons use them? Would Socrates Approve?  Not designed for instruction –Facebook ≠ BlackBoard, WebCT, etc.  …but instruction-related uses /


Incorporating GPS Technology into After-School Jennifer Bowen Extension Agent 4-H Youth, Prince Edward Ruth Wallace Extension Agent 4-H.

– requires trained adult and teen leaders to work with each group Format  Combination of classroom learning, hands-on learning, and field exercises  Teens and adult volunteers are assigned/ Geocaching activites Intro. to Geocaching Geocaching is an adventure game for GPS users. The basic idea is to have individuals and organizations set up caches all/ contain items for trade. There are various types of caches. All contain a log book and many contain items for trade. Geocaching Geocaching Etiquette 1.Cache /


Middle Township High School Summer 2012 Reading List.

most entertaining reads in years. For those who mss the hallways at Hogwarts, welcome to your new obsession. ~Mr. Towns As a teen, Claudette Colvin sparked the protest /’t have to read the others to get this one. It was interesting, basically about typical high school students with a wide range of issues from pregnancy to homelessness/ doesn’t waste a sentence. With just one chapter heading (regarding “High School Hallway Etiquette and the Fact That Staci Johnson Is Evil; Also, Unfairly Hot”) she can neatly /


SHARYLAND NORTH JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL COURSE DESCRIPTION AND REGISTRATION MANUAL 2012 – 2013.

 Art I  Computer Applications I (Beginners – Computer Literacy)  Keyboarding  Teen Leadership Program Description REQUIRED PROGRAM This is the program of study for the student who wishes knowledge in all areas of instruction. This course of study/activities. The students will learn to have respect for themselves and others. Activities will promote learning in the areas of basic acting, artistic discipline, imagination, voice control, theatre etiquette, memory, listening, terminology, history of theatre, /


Homeaboutexpectationsresources course overview learning outcomes IDEA schedule & sessions course syllabus blended model instructor version Cover evening.

for all involved. As you might expect, netiquette, like other forms of etiquette, is about courtesy, manners, codes of behavior, protocols and respect. Netiquette primarily focuses on how we interact with one another online, by being aware of: our use of language, others’ cultural background, conventional norms, and other behaviors. Below you will find guidelines concerning the basics/; incest ; unnatural sexuality; pornography; adultery; prostitution, teen pregnancy, etc. 3.Applying moral theory to science:/


Homeaboutexpectationsresources course overview learning outcomes IDEA schedule & sessions course syllabus blended model instructor version Cover evening.

for all involved. As you might expect, netiquette, like other forms of etiquette, is about courtesy, manners, codes of behavior, protocols and respect. Netiquette primarily focuses on how we interact with one another online, by being aware of: our use of language, others’ cultural background, conventional norms, and other behaviors. Below you will find guidelines concerning the basics/; incest ; unnatural sexuality; pornography; adultery; prostitution, teen pregnancy, etc. 3.Applying moral theory to science:/


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on being in touch with you again soon. Best regards, John 4 basic rules for social activity Personal Responsibility Keep Secrets Keep Rules Be Nice Setting up social /search engines 67% get news 66% visit a government website 39% read blogs 93% of teens are online Audience Does my audience use SM? Age Gender Occupation (What else?) Social network/writing Create a conversation Link to useful resources Comment on other blogs Blog etiquette Try to balance facts and opinion Link to reliable sources Be careful… /


8.01 Making wise food selections The ART of meal planning & shopping!

of spoilage (2) Signs of freshness 8.02 Teen Living What are basic food safety and sanitation practices? What’s wrong with this kitchen? Follow these tips for kitchen safety: If you leave the kitchen for even a short period of time while you are/  Tableware refers to dinnerware, flatware, or glassware  A place setting is dinner or flatware for that one person.  A cover is an individual place setting. Etiquette  Refers to approved social conduct or good manners.  Manners show that you respect yourself as/


 Evaluate group members from Survey Project  Write out answers to the questions first  “Eat, Move, Learn” video intro to the unit  “An Evening with”

, behaviors, and material objects that define a people’s way of life.  Necessary for survival of human kind. Material Culture  Art  Clothing  Houses  Foods  /  courtship  dancing  decorative art  divination  division of labor  education  ethics  etiquette  faith healing  family  feasting  fire-making  folklore  food taboos  funeral rites/. (still part of larger culture... teens, nerds, senior citizens)  almost /  Article analysis  Religion Basics Trends, basics, and functions 1. Name /


Cyber Security Level 8. Hey Everybody! My name is Tek. I ’ m going to be your guide today! I ’ m a part of i-SAFE America, and we are concerned with helping.

worms, and Trojan horses. Hopefully you are somewhat familiar with viruses and able to give basic information. Sample questions and answers: Q. What is a virus? What is a computer / Your teacher will divide you up for our next activity. Group Directions 1.Each group should have the activity pages which describe e-mail etiquette and virus terms, and the mock/clicking on Create an Account.www.isafe.org 2.Go to the Kids and Teens Section and Submit the Online Mentor Menu. 3.Receive your own Student Toolkit /


Homeaboutexpectationsresources course overview learning outcomes IDEA schedule & sessions course syllabus blended model student version next Cover evening.

for all involved. As you might expect, netiquette, like other forms of etiquette, is about courtesy, manners, codes of behavior, protocols and respect. Netiquette primarily focuses on how we interact with one another online, by being aware of: our use of language, others’ cultural background, conventional norms, and other behaviors. Below you will find guidelines concerning the basics/Wholesaling Read Chapter 16, 17, 18 In-class Activity: Teen suicide viewed online. Discuss questions 1-17 page 427. /


Homeaboutexpectationsresources course overview learning outcomes IDEA schedule & sessions course syllabus blended model student version next Cover evening.

for all involved. As you might expect, netiquette, like other forms of etiquette, is about courtesy, manners, codes of behavior, protocols and respect. Netiquette primarily focuses on how we interact with one another online, by being aware of: our use of language, others’ cultural background, conventional norms, and other behaviors. Below you will find guidelines concerning the basics/and Technology Read Chapter 12, 13, 17 In-class Activity: Teen suicide viewed online. Discuss questions 1,2,3 page 290. /


By: Nancy Sutherland May 2001

known as the Strategies Integration Model (SIM) and can be used to teach basically any strategic intervention to students. There are six steps to the SIM. “/ the Council for Exceptional Children. It was a good data research center for questions and research on Special Education. C. Disability Etiquette Handbook www./Out Science)”, “The magic School Bus: Inside the Human Body”, Sports Illustrated magazines, Teen Sports Illustrated magazines, The Human Body Online Tour- www.education-world.com J. Instructional /


English Language Education Section Curriculum Development Institute Education Bureau.

: The procedure of the debate and some basic debate terms The tone and language style of/ hyponym) affixation inappropriat e illegalundesirable blending education + entertainment  edutainment internet + etiquette  netiquette clipping The Internet  The Net new meaning a mouse (a /for Secondary Level (3) Self-Access Language Learning in Hong Kong Secondary Schools (S1-6) Teen Time Remix (S1-6) Self-Access Language Learning for Secondary Schools (S1-6) Resource Packages Developed by the ELE Section, CDI for/


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