The importance of e-safety...
Many films began life as a book and some books start out as films. You are to watch the vidoe called "Clare thought she knew" and write it as a book. Describe the scenes in the video; write the dialogue and try and describe the feelings of the characters if you can. Make sure that you mention all of the key e-safety points that we have discussed in the previous lessons.
You can make the video full scren so that you can see it more easily and pause it and go back as often as you like so that you miss none of the detail.
If you finish here is another video that you can describe in the same way.
This is Joe's story. It is a different story because all of the characters are school mates. Clearly some are not as respectful as they might have been. Write your version of the story in your book
This is from CEOPs Thinkuknow education programme that enables young people to recognise what constitutes personal information. The assembly facilitates young peoples' understanding that they need to be just as protective of their personal information online, as they are in the real world. It also directs where to go and what to do if young people are worried about any of the issues covered.
In your book, write down the rules that Justin suggests.
Write down how you think that these rules would keep you safe.
Megan Meier's parents telling their story. November 16, 2007 interview.
Digital dirt sticks...
Digital dirt sticks...
Published on Apr 9, 2013
BBC news report yesterday about the resignation of Kent Youth PCC, Paris Brown
New for 2017.
CEOP has provided a list of answers to possible questions that you might have here.
Look at the answers given by CEOP to these questions in particular and summarise each in a Word document.
- I use the same password on all the different sites I use. Could I be in trouble?
- Someone’s spreading rumours about me, but because the website is anonymous I don’t know who it is or how to stop it. What can I do?
- What’s a strong password?
- How can I stop myself from getting in trouble for the things I’ve shared online ages ago?
- Why do I have to be 13 to use most chatrooms, apps or social media websites? Will I get in trouble if I lie?
- Someone’s made a fake profile for me on a website - they’re saying things about me and being rude to other people. What can I do?
- Can I get in trouble for lying online?
- I go on cam and have sent pics loads of times and nothing has happened to me. Why do you think I’m at risk?
- What is ‘sexting’?
- I’ve heard someone say webcams can be hacked, is that true?
- What is grooming?
There are links to useful resources in the answers that you may wish to look at so that you can expand your anwsers.