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What information would be ok to give out on the internet? A. your name B. your favorite color C. what town you live in
Should you ever meet someone in person that you met on the internet? Why?
True or False, you shouldnt tell anyone who you are? What could happen if you do?
True or False, it is ok to tell someone what color your eyes are? Why is that ok to share but other things are not ok to share?
Which screen name is not ok? A. one with a random word in it B. one with your favorite sport in it C. one with your name in it
Should you talk to people you dont know on the internet, even if they say that theyre your age? Why not?
True or False, it is ok to give your full name out on the internet? Is it ok to just give out your first name?
What would be the best thing to do if someone is bullying you online? A. tell someone B. bully them back C. ignore them
What is cyber bullying? A. when someone calls you a name at school B. when someone harasses you online C. when someone wont stop calling you
True or False, it is ok to copy and past a paragraph from a website on to your work. Why isnt it ok?
What is plagiarism? A. when someone copys someones work B. when someone uses a word from someones work C. when someone deletes someones work
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