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Lesson Objectives. Define Cyberbullying. Identify activities which are considered Cyberbullying. Examine ways to prevent Cyberbullying. True/False. “It’s okay to use offensive language online and when instant-messaging, you just shouldn’t talk that way.“. True/False.

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Lesson objectives

Lesson Objectives

  • Define Cyberbullying.

  • Identify activities which are considered Cyberbullying.

  • Examine ways to prevent Cyberbullying.


True false

True/False

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


True false1

True/False

“When I write or post something, I don’t have to take responsibility for those words and what happens because they aren’t real.”


True false2

True/False

“What I write is personal, if others find it hurtful, it’s their fault for reading it.“


Video

Video

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What is cyberbullying

What is Cyberbullying?


Examples of cyberbullying

Examples of Cyberbullying

  • Using some else’s screen name or password

  • Impersonating someone

  • Using bad language online

  • Posted rude things or lies about someone

  • Voting at an online bashing poll

  • Clicking “LIKE” on inappropriate comments

  • Uploading humilating video clips

  • Sending hurtful text messages

  • Sending a threatening email


Prevention

Prevention

  • Do not respond.

  • Do not retaliate.

  • Do not delete. Save the evidence.

  • Talk to a trusted adult.

  • Check comments posted to your account often.

  • Be careful who you give phone numbers & passwords to

  • Don’t assume a picture of someone is real.


Don t say anything you wouldn t say to their face you can t take it back

Don’t say anything you wouldn’t say to their face.YOU CAN’T TAKE IT BACK!


Lesson objectives

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What we learned

What we learned

  • What is Cyberbullying.

  • Activities which are considered Cyberbullying.

  • Ways to prevent Cyberbullying.


Resources

Resources

Project Happiness. Web. 27 Apr 2011. <http://www.projecthappiness.com/2011/01/18/cyberbullying-strategies-to-take-back-your-power/>.

"Cyberbullying The Silent Abuse." YouTube: Uploaded by WAVAHSupport. Web. 3 May 2011. <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bh222qVekb8>.

"You Can't Take it Back." Netsmartz . Web. 27 Apr 2011. <http://www.schooltube.com/video/84dbf4212d568d2af183/Internet-Safety>.


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