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Use Your NetSmartz!

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Andrea Hart

on 11 February 2013

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Transcript of Use Your NetSmartz!

Use Your NetSmartz UYN Starting Out Conclusion I can recognize when someone I do not know is trying to obtain personal information about me while I am online.

I can identify ways to handle situations in which someone I do not know has contacted me asking for personal information. What can you do? Watch this video: http://www.netsmartz.org/NetSmartzKids/NSChatAbbreviation Activity! I would like two pairs of students from each situation to tell the class how they would act in the situation they chose If so, how did it make you feel and what was your response?
If not, why do you think you have avoided this situation? How do you think it would make you feel? Have you ever been contacted online by someone you did not know? I can know whether or not I am using technology safely. Choose one of the following situations and discuss with a partner how you would act. Situation 1:
You are on a website that asks you for your telephone number. Situation 2: You want to sign up for a cool contest to win a trip to an amusement park, but the e-mail asks for your name and address. Situation 3: You meet a really cool person online who likes to do the same things you like to do. This person asks you meet him or her somewhere. Do you agree or disagree? Take a moment to write in your journals about one thing you will change about your internet behavior. Then, everyone will sign the internet safety pledge. We will keep this posted in our classroom! 1.I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.
2.I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address, and phone number.
3.I won't meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
4.I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.
Internet Safety Pledge:
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