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Transcript of Perceptions
The idea that you have about the kind of person you are.
What do the things that people post on facebook/instagram/snapchat/etc say about them? Example: Innapropriate content/ photoshopped pictures/ revealing pictures
WHAT YOU DO, SAY, AND WEAR AFFECTS WHAT PEOPLE PERCIEVE OF YOU
There are multiple ways to see things.
What comes to mind when you see these people?
Perseptions by Others
Assumptions about which physical characteristics, personality traits, or behaviors are associated with one another
What do the clothes people
wear say about them? (trashy clothing/professional clothing/etc)
How does self perception affect what you do? (Low self-perception/high self-perception)
COLLEGES ARE INCREASINGLY SEARCHING FOR APPLICANTS' NAMES ON THE INTERNET AS PART OF THEIR REVIEW
NOT BEING MINDFUL OF WHAT YOU POST ONLINE CAN RESULT IN GETTING IN TROUBLE IN SCHOOL, GETTING ARRESTED, GETTING FIRED/NOT HIRED, NOT GETTING INTO A COLLEGE, IDENTITY THEFT, OR GETTING ABDUCTED
Social Media Don'ts
Don't post illegal activities
Don't trash talk teachers
Don't post confidential information
Dont do overly specific check-ins
Don't threaten violence
Don't post inappropriate pictures/words
Don't trust privacy settings/deleting (Nothing on the internet truly goes away.)
Don't friend/talk to anyone that you don't know in person
Find an appropriate image(s) online, and import it into the Pic Collage App or other similar format.
Create a message to go along with the picture that creatively and appropriately conveys a message about perception. Example: “What we wear or say may affect other’s perception of us.”
Try to be creative with your picture and message. Also make sure that your projects are neatly completed.
Exceptional presentations may be shared in the MPR during lunch periods.
If you wish yo submit yours, send it to:
6th Grade and 7 Red
Send to email@example.com
7 White and 8th Grade
Send to firstname.lastname@example.org
Objective: Students will understand how what we wear, do, say, and put online affects perceptions.
Overly tight clothing