Monday, October 15, 2012

10/15 CIT 1 - "Cyberbullying: You Can't Take It Back."

Post a response to the Question of the Day in your own words using complete sentences, use proper grammar, spelling and punctuation.
Search for the definition for the Word of the Day and define it in your own words.

Do Now: Watch "Cyberbullying: You Can't Take It Back."

Question of the Day:  What is the moral of this story?
Answer at least one of these questions.
  • What should he have done when his friends asked him to rate the website? 
  • What could he have done that might have made his friends also reconsider their actions?
  • What do you think he should do now?
  • What can he say to his little sister? 
  • How would you feel if you were his little sister?  What would you do?
  • How would you feel if you were one of the girls?  What would you do?
Watch the Comic Life Poster Movie
Click on the Comic Life Icon
Write and illustrate three advertising taglines on Comic life to promote Internet safety.   For example:
  • "How much is too much personal information?" 
  • "Play the game; don't get played."
  • "Think before you Post"
Topics - Cyber Tips
  • Identity theft
  • Too much time spent online
  • Spreading rumors and gossip
  • Posting pictures of someone without consent
  • Stealing passwords to assume identities
  • Cyber Bullying 
  • Cyber Safety
Daily Objectives:  
  • Using the World Wide Web and a blog, students will research the importance of public presence online (digital footprint), write/edit and create articles and features relating to, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 65% on writing rubric.
  • Given a variety of multimedia texts and videos, students will analyze online profiles and digital privacy in writing, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 65% on writing rubric.
    Students will read, discuss and analyze information from articles on the positive and negative online images, then create an authentic and positive image of themselves online using written (Blog post), graphic, pictorial, or multi-media methods, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 6 out of 12 on the project rubric.
  • Students will watch videos on Information Privacy and complete an assessment with 65% or better.
Word of the Day: Moral - Write your own definition.

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