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Cyberbullying

5th Grade Lesson on Cyberbullying
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Jacelyn Brand

on 23 March 2015

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Transcript of Cyberbullying

Have you ever been cyberbullied?
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Online Communication
What are some of the ways people hurt one another using technology (computers, cellphones, iPads, etc.)
Bullying vs Cyberbullying
Bullying
Examples of Cyberbullying
Vulgar language on video games
Threatening others
Sharing someone's secrets in a group chat
Making a fake profile
Ganging up on someone online
Hurtful text message
Sharing a picture that doesn't belong to you
What happened?
Have you ever...
Signed online with someone else's name
Remember
1. Don't respond
2. Sign off or ignore
3. Keep the evidence
4. Get an adult
CYBERBULLYING:
Cyberbullying
Makes kids feel embarrassed, sad, angry
Can happen 24/7
Makes kids feel embarrassed, sad, angry
Can cause physical and emotional harm
Causes emotional harm
You can identify the bully
Can be anonymous
What should I do if I'm being cyberbullied?
#1

Sign off,
ignore the attacks
#2 Don't respond or retaliate
Why?
If you're angry, you might say some nasty things.
They want you to react. Don't give them what they want.
Now you're being the cyberbully
They could use the response against you.
#3
Block Them
or defriend them
#3 Save or print the messages.

Why?
#5 Talk to a trusted friend
#6 Get an adult
Who would you go to?
Forwarded a private e-mail without the sender's permission?
Used bad language online
Insulted someone in an interactive website or video game?
Posted rude things about someone online?
Pretended you were someone else online?
Teased or frightened someone online?
What would you do?
You're playing your PS4 and someone starts swearing and making fun of you.
You get a mean text message from someone and you don't recognize the phone number.
Your old friend posted a bad picture of you to a bunch of your classmates in an iMessage group.
Your friend signs onto your Schoology account and posts inappropriate things.
What it is and what we can do about it
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