Author:
Katee
Subject:
Computer Science
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Level:
Lower Elementary
Tags:
Cyber Bullying, Internet Etiquette, Internet Safety, Kindness, Lesson Plan
License:
Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial
Language:
English
Media Formats:
Text/HTML

Internet Etiquette (Netiquette)

Internet Etiquette (Netiquette)

Overview

Emotion is hard to understand in written word. This lesson will give students opportunty express their thoughts appropriately and learn to understand others' thoughts.

Summary

Emotion is hard to understand in written word. This lesson will give students opportunty express their thoughts appropriately and learn to understand others' thoughts.

Time Frame: 10 minutes

Format: face-to-face during pull-out session with students

Standard: This is based of of ISTE Student Standards for Digital Citizen. 2b Students engage in positive, safe, legal and ethical behavior when using technology, including social interactions online or when using networked devices.

 

Background for Teachers

To teach this lesson, you will need to have an understanding of the Expanded Core Curriculum for students with Visual Impairments specifically social Interactions and recreation and Leisure (see resoucre below)

You will also need knowledge of various social media platforms  what the acroymn S.T.O.P. stands for

  • S: Step away

  • T: Tell a trusted adult 

  • O: OK sites only

  • P: Pause and think

(see resouces in previous section as well).

Here is a link to some videos that might be helpful. They are also listed in resources below: https://www.netsafeutah.org/kids/kids_videos.html

 

 

Step 1 - Goals and Outcomes

Step 1 Goals and Outcomes

Learning Intentions:

  • Students will be able to define through the difference between appropriate and inapproriate internet interactions.

Success Criteria:

  • Students will be able to look at examples of appropriate and inappropriate interactions and explain why they are appropriate or inappropriate.

Step 2 - Planning Instruction

Step 2 Planning Instruction

Student Background Knowledge

  • Prior to this lesson, students will need to have an understanding of the various places that information can be posted.
  • Students will also need to understand how to use assitive technology (braille display, voice-out put, etc.

Strategies for Diverse Learners

This lesson plan is designed for students with visual impairments.

Step 3 - Instruction

Step 3 Instruction

 

Instructional prodecure:

Watch video:

https://www.netsafeutah.org/kids/kids_videos.html either Be Kind Online (1 min 57 sec) for grades K-3 or Cyber Bullies are No Fun (2 min 19 sec) for grades 4-6.

Share handout in braille from this link fro Common Sense Media https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ipoRIVgE3eyOkNfAEqY0aabe5zzt5iG3JBQkEBIMsas/edit

(This link shares the potential answers https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dbfkPZU9i0526Qrn6rBOj05chlo8r127UfVrlhkC2HU/edit)

Have the student answer the questions in their preferred media (braille, voice typing, etc.)

 

 

Step 4 - Assessments

Step 4 Assessments

The student will create a brocher in their preferred media on ways they can be kind on the internet and share examples of kindness.