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Friday, January 31, 2014

Scholastic and Club Penguin Anti-Bullying Campaign :)

Scholastic and Disney Club Penguin is working TOGETHER with Online Safety :) It starts with YOU! Sponsored by Disney Club Penguin! Help kids learn to be smart, thoughtful online citizens - and share their knowledge with the world!

The following materials, created by Scholastic for Disney Club Penguin, have been designed to help kids learn to safely navigate the digital world. Click below to explore!

Classroom Materials
Classroom Pledge and Poster
Online Safety Lesson
Class Project
Certificate of Completion
Common Core State Standards

Family Tip Sheets
English
Spanish

Want to learn more? Go to clubpenguin.com/safety

Please post the Pledge and Poster near a computer to remind kids to:

Be Cool: We’ll always respect others online and never post anything that could be hurtful to someone else.

Be Heard: If we see anything online that worries us, we’ll speak up and tell a parent or trusted adult.

Be Safe: We’ll protect our personal information online and won’t share private personal details, like where we live or go to school.

Classroom Pledge and Poster

Online Safety Lesson

Student Worksheet 1

The Puppy Picture

Before school, Rosie posted a picture of her puppy on the internet. After school, she went online right away to check it. How exciting! Ten people had left comments on her picture! Most of the messages were funny. But one person wrote, “Your dog is ugly, just like you.” Rosie didn’t know who wrote it. The comment was anonymous. Rosie was upset and told her mom. Her mom told her the message was cyberbullying—bullying that takes place online. Rosie realized that such mean comments can really hurt people’s feelings. “After this, I will only say nice things online!” Rosie promised. “And I’ll make sure all my friends do too!”

A Suspicious Game

Playing games on the internet was one of Jake’s favorite things to do. Every day after school, he and his brother Connor would borrow their dad’s laptop and play their favorite online game. One day, a friend sent them a link to a new game. Connor and Jake were thrilled and excitedly clicked on the link but a moment later a message popped up, prompting them to download a file in order to play. Connor leaned in to click when Jake said, “Hang on!” Connor looked up to see Jake shaking his head thoughtfully. “If it’s a virus, it could ruin the computer and really mess things up for Mom and Dad.” Connor jumped up and raced off, calling back over his shoulder, “You’re right. I’m getting Dad!”

Too Good to Be True?

Stephanie looked closely at her research assignment for the first time. She read, “Seventy percent of Earth is covered with water but what lies beneath the oceans is largely unknown. Explain why ocean exploration is difficult.” Stephanie found a website with a lot of interesting information but she wasn’t sure if she could trust it. She looked closer and realized that she couldn’t tell who had created the site and many of the words were spelled wrong. Moreover, the site included a lot of opinions. Stephanie decided to look for a more credible source and found a government website that had the facts she needed, and it even explained where each fact came from. In addition, the site had a question form she could use to get more information!

Student Worksheet 2 Reading Questions

Read the three stories on Worksheet 1. Then answer these questions.

The Puppy Picture
1. Someone made a comment on Rosie’s picture that upset her. What was it?
2. Did Rosie know who made the comment that hurt her feelings?
3. What are two good things that Rosie did after she read the online comment?

A Suspicious Game
1. What are the three main events in this story?
2. What was the reason Jake didn’t want to download the file?
3. What empowering action did Connor take after listening to Jake?

Too Good to Be True?
1. Why was Stephanie doing online research?
2. What three clues made Stephanie think that the first website she found might not be a credible source?
3. What three clues made Stephanie think that the second website was a more credible source?

Class Project Spread the Word

Objective: To empower students to share their knowledge of internet safety with others

This program was designed to help your students learn about the importance of using the internet safely. After completing these lessons, your students should feel empowered in their understanding of how to:

• keep their private information safe and secure
• think before they post anything on the internet
• treat people kindly on the web
• respond when they see information online that makes them uncomfortable
• protect themselves from online threats such as viruses and strangers

Now, ask your students to share what they've learned about these topics with others. This project will help your class develop an exciting public service announcement (PSA) campaign to educate and engage the students and adults in your school.

Get Started:

1. Explain to the class that together they will be creating a PSA campaign that will raise awareness about internet safety and cyberbullying. You may choose to focus on both of these areas, or to concentrate on just one.

2. As a class, discuss which audience you hope to reach. Do you want to target older students? Younger students? Teachers? Families? All of the above?

3. List various ways to reach your target audience(s). Some examples include: family information nights, video messages, plays or skits, posters, flyers, school assemblies, or "radio" broadcasts over the school's public-address system. (Your class may come up with other ideas as well.) Select several ideas to pursue as components of your campaign.

Create the Campaign:

1. Brainstorm ideas for a campaign slogan. (Examples include: "Smart Surfing," "The Tangled Web," and "Internet Intelligence.") List all of the suggested ideas. Take a class vote to choose the slogan for your target message.

2. Divide the class into groups. Each group will take charge of one aspect of the campaign. One group might create posters and flyers, for example, while another may write and rehearse a script for a skit to present to other classes.

3. Arrange for students to share their campaign with other students in the school, as well as any other target audiences such as families.

Wrap-up:

1. Ask: Do you think the campaign was a success? Why or why not? Which part of the campaign was most effective?

2. Ask: What did you learn from this campaign? Has the campaign made you change your own behavior when using the internet? How so?

Certificate of Completion :)

I,_____, have completed this program and pledge to:

BE COOL I will be respectful to others online and not post anything that could be hurtful to someone else.

BE HEARD If I see anything online that worries me, I will speak up and tell a parent or trusted adult.

BE SAFE I will protect my personal information online and will not share private personal details, like where I live or go to school.

Hang this certificate near your home computer to remember to be a responsible, careful, and safe digital citizen!

Family Tip Sheet :) Family Reproducible - Families: Talk about online safety at home!

Between texting, chats, games, and social media, staying on top of your family’s digital safety can feel overwhelming. But empowering your children with information can help them stay safe online. Here are some things that might work for your family:

• Set limits for screen time. Install filters to protect your child from inappropriate websites.
• Keep tabs on your child’s internet use. Make sure you know what sites your child visits, how much time he or she spends on them, and whom your child is communicating with.
• Keep the conversation going. Stay involved as your child gets older and starts using the internet in new ways.
• Know any passwords that your child uses, and explain that they shouldn’t be shared with friends.
• Safety in numbers. Put the family computer in a public place so that being online becomes a group experience.
• Consider not allowing your child to have any connected devices, such as a smartphone, laptop computer, or tablet, in private areas of your home, like a bedroom or bathroom.

The internet is an amazing resource— when you use it wisely. Cut out and post this pledge near your family computer to remind everyone to surf safely!

Online Safety? It Starts With You!!

UPDATE: Club Penguin Safety Quiz :)

UPDATE: Online Safety – It Starts With You :)

More soon…

1 comment:

Mahasweet said...

Thanks for sharing this Saraapril! :) I'll make sure to follow these rules and stay safe!

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