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Citizenship on the Internet
Transcript of Citizenship on the Internet
can communicate on apps or online.
Forms of Communication
Digital citizenship is proper etiquette online or on
social media sites. It's the way a person should act
on the internet.
What is Digital Citizenship?
Traits of the Internet
Who Do You Share Your Details With?
Rules for the Internet
1. When opening A Social Media Account make sure it
2. Talk to parents about posting pictures of yourself
3. Do not give out Personal INfo.
4. Tell Parents if a Stranger contacts you.
5. Tell them if you see something that makes you uncomfortable.
6. Do not Respond to Inappropriate Messages.
think poster- http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2013/11/awesome-digital-citizenship-poster-to.html
person texting- https://www.ou.org/life/files/iStock_000019989297Small.jpg
girl talking on phone- mg_girl-talking-on-phone_superstock_refano624_modezoom.jpg
social media cites- http://lisbethcalandrino.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/10-levels-of-intimacy-in-communication.png
citizenship word cloud- http://www.abcya.com/word_clouds.htm
youtube video- who do you share your details with? by New Kids on the Block
7 Rules of Digital Citizenship
1. Treat Others with Respect
2. Do not steal other's Work
3. Use Secure sites
4. Never post Personal Info
5. Do not go around starting drama
6. use the "Think" rule
7. Do not hack