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How To Use This Lesson Go-Givers ’ PowerPoints are designed to inform and support critical thinking and discussion. They can be used in their entirety. However, please feel free to save this lesson to your computer and edit, omit or add content as appropriate for your pupils. Please remember: Always show the PowerPoint in ‘slide show’ view. Links and animations will only work when in this mode. The green dot in the bottom right hand corner of the slide indicates when the slide animation is complete. The Learning Activities are intended for use in conjunction with the PowerPoints and are linked at the end.
In this lesson we will be exploring the benefits and dangers of the global computer network – cyberspace!
What Jun should do She should: tell a responsible adult that she is being cyber-bullied. ask her parents to get in touch with the phone company and ask them to block the calls. She should NOT: respond/retaliate, as this could make things worse. delete the text messages. They are evidence!
Cyber-bullying is an especially nasty form of bullying because it can follow children into their homes outside school hours, and even when they’re on holiday.
Where Ahmeti is Going Wrong She has posted personal information on the internet. You should never share your address or telephone number on line! She should have used an avatar instead of a real photo. She appears to be about to arrange a meeting with a stranger who she has met online. Alex could be anyone - a young girl or a thirty year old man! ! S/he seems nice but could mean her harm ! !
The same thing you would do whenever you become aware that someone is being bullied! REPORT IT to a trusted adult. If anyone is in immediate danger call 999. Of course, if everyone treated each other with proper respect there would be no bullying – of any kind!
Go-Givers My little safety tip: I never tell anyone my passwords. Can you guess why I don’t?
Teefa knows that if someone has her password they can change things on her social network page without her permission, and could post false information and nasty photos to make her feel bad. Mums and dads have to be careful too, especially when they use passwords for important and private matters like banking.
Glossary Cyberspace – global computer network Cyber-bullying – use of technology, e.g. the internet or a mobile phone, to deliberately hurt, humiliate, or threaten someone Social network sites – sites that help people connect to each other (e.g. MySpace, Facebook, Bebo ).
Activities to complete this lesson include : Rate this lesson here.here Click on the image above to view and/or download learning activities. Role play ‘Options’ True or False Cyber Quiz ‘Consequences’ stories.