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Lesson 1 - Intros and Internet Safety!

Lesson 2 - Finish Internet Safety Poster!

Lesson 3 and 4 - Hour of Code continues!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lesson 5 - Main Idea and Details!

Student Activities: Learn how to use the Edit Tools to make life easier when it comes to revising a writing draft in Microsoft Word.

1. Open the Microsoft Word document and use the edit tools to select and highlight the topic sentence in a paragraph. Then select, drag and drop two details that support the main idea.

If time...

Remember when you use the computer:

  • Sit up straight.
  • Feet on the floor.
  • Two hands on the keyboard.

2. Dance Mat Typing Practice your keyboarding skills.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lesson 2 - Solve the math problem!

Use Kidpix to show your math thinking.

  • Underline the important information and circle the question.
  • Write an answer statement by restating the question.
  • Write an equation that represents the story.
  • Solve using a model to show your thinking.

2. Dance Mat Typing Practice your keyboarding skills.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lesson 1 - Intros and Internet Safety!

1. We will go over the expectations for the computer lab.

  • Safety First - Walk; Keep, hands, feet and objects to yourself
  • Expect Respect - Be cooperative and kind; take care of property
  • Act Responsibly - Active listening; complete activity; sit in your place

2. You will receive your seating assigments.

3. We will review how to get to Lab Lessons.

Lesson Links: Netsmartz! BrainpopJR! and Pause and Think!

Student Activities:

1. We will learn safety rules for the Internet.

Key Vocabulary:

  • Safe: Free from danger or harm
  • Caution: To be careful
  • Right: Something that’s appropriate and fitting


    "Streetlight" Metaphor:

Green – GOOD! A "green" website is:

A good site for kids your age to visit
Fun, with things for you to do and see
A site that is just right for you
What are some "green" websites you visit? How do you know they’re safe and just right for you?

Yellow – CAUTION! A "yellow" website is:

A site you are not sure is right for you
One that asks for information such as who you are, where you live, your phone number or email address, etc.
A place where you are allowed to communicate freely with others
CAUTION! Before you go to a site you think is yellow, get permission from adult you trust.

Red – STOP! A "red" website is:

A site that is not right for you
A place you might have gone to by accident
Filled with things that are for older kids or adults
STOP! Avoid a site you think is "red." If you’re unsure, ask a trusted adult

1. Work together in pairs to complete the handout.

2. Share answers to statements.

3.Pause and Think Online!

Your Job:
* Students will be able to tell 3 rules about Internet Safety.
* As a class the whole class will be able to recall all the rules.
* Always tell a trusted adult.
* Don't go and meet anyone in person that you meet on the Internet.
* Never give out personal information.

If time:

3. Internet Safety

  • Watch movie
  • Take Quiz

4. Netsmartz

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lesson 2 and 3- Create an Internet Safety Brochure

Internet Safety

  • Watch movie
  • Take Quiz

Netsmartz

Student Activities:

1. As a class we'll make a list of internet safety rules.
2. We will review Print Shop.

Your Job:

1. Remember at least 3 internet safety rules and teach others by making an Print Shop Brochure.

  • Always tell an adult.
  • Never give out personal information.
  • Never go and meet anyone you meet on the internet.
  • Don't forget about the Streetlight Metaphor" for choosing websites

2. Students will know what to do if they come to a bad site.

Students will learn how to save and print.

 

 

 

Student Activities:
We will practice together as class in identifying mistakes that students made in an example cyberchat.
On your own, you will highlight mistakes that students made in an example cyberchat.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Student Activities: Multiplication and Keyboarding

1. Drag Racing MultiplicationUse the randomly generated name to start. Create a game or join a game to play. Click on the back arrow to play another game.

2. Penguin JumpTry another multiplication game.

3. Dance Mat Typing Practice your keyboarding skills.

Also...

Brainpop Digital Etiquette

  • Watch movie
  • Take QuizYour Job:

1. You will know the basics of Netiquette.
2. You will know the basics of Internet Safety.

 

 

 

 

Lesson 2 and 3- Finish Internet Safety Brochure

Netsmartz!

Student Activities:

1. As a class we'll review internet safety rules.
2. We will review Print Shop.

Your Job:

1. Remember at least one internet safety rule and teach others by making an Print Shop Brochure.

  • Always tell an adult.
  • Never give out personal information.
  • Never go and meet anyone you meet on the internet.

2. Students will know what to do if they come to a bad site.

Students will learn how to save and print.

If time:

1. Explore the following Password Generator Sites:

10 Important Password Tips Everyone Should Know
Password Chart
Password Bird

Which one do you prefer?

2. Make up a "fake" password (you may use one of the generators above). Test its strength:
Password Checker

Think About : What makes a strong password? How can you remember passwords?

Your Job:

Describe some benefits of chat and messaging in cyberspace
Explain that people in cyberspace are not always who they seem to be.
Explain rules for safe chatting and messaging.

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4. You will recognize issues central to good citizenship: identity‚ privacy‚ credibility and web safety.

5. Go to PBS' Webonauts . Select START.

These Key terms will come in handy:


• Citizenship: membership in a community
• Contribute: to give to a common cause; to participate
• Credibility: the quality of being believable or trustworthy
• Cyberbullying: online abusive behavior
• Information literacy: knowing how to think critically about resources‚ such as what makes a website reliable
• Motto: a short saying that expresses a rule to live by
• Observe: to watch carefully; to follow a rule
• Private: belonging to a particular person
• Profile: information a person shares about him or herself with others in a social network
• Public: available to all people within a broad community
• Respect: to value‚ admire and treat well
• Rumor: unverified talk or opinion that is easily spread to others

 

3. Internet Safety

  • Watch movie
  • Take Quiz

4. Dance Mat Typing Practice your keyboarding skills.

 

5. Math Bingo Choose an operation and then play Bingo.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lesson 5 and 6- The PARCC Assessment

Student Activities: Be prepared for the PARCC

1. PARCC Tutorial

2. PARCC Practice



 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lesson 3 and 4- The Hour of Code!
Choose the activity that's just right for you!

Student Activity: Learn to code!

1. Learn how to program the Angry Bird to get the naughty pig .

2. Code with Anna and Elsa. It also teaches children of all ages the basics of learning how to code.

3. Keep going. Try Scratch! Get creative with coding!

Your Job:

Learn how to program using basic computer code.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lesson 6 - The Key to Key Words!

A search engine is like a well trained dog. It will fetch what you want but only if you use the right commands. Although single words are better for dogs, more words are better for search engines.

1. Use the NES search engines webpage to find the answers to the questions about dogs.

If there's time...

2. Try searching again with a question of your own.

 

If time...


1. Drag Racing MultiplicationUse the randomly generated name to start. Create a game or join a game to play. Click on the back arrow to play another game.

2. Sky Chase Keyboarding Practice your keyboarding skills.

 

 

 

 

 

Site Demonstration :
Fact Family
Kidsites (#1)

Student Activities:

Find the Ads on these sites:


ALA Web Sites for Kids
KidSites
Peanuts
National Geographic for Kids
Enchanted Learning
Lil' Critters
Surfing the Net with Kids


Your Job:

1. Students will be able to identify ads on websites.
2. Students will understand the purpose of ads and how they can distract from the original purpose for going to the site.

 

 

 

Lesson 8 ~ Our Human Footprint

Student Activity: Use Bloom's Levels of Thinking to learn how your choices of using, consuming and discarding can impact our Earth.

Bloom's Levels of Thinking -

1. Together we will watch a powerpoint to observe how choices we make can have a significant impact on the Earth. By remembering and understanding these concepts and ideas you will be able to analyze and evaluate choices you make to determine which have the greatest impact on Earth.

2. Go to the National Geographic website and use the activity sheet to record data, information and rank order your choices from greatest impact to the Earth(#1) to least impact to the Earth(#5).

3. Justify your opinion for the item with the highest impact to the Earth.

Your Job:

1. Understand that the choices we make can have a significant impact on our Earth.

 

 

 

 

 

Lesson 6- PowerPoint! - A Slideshow!

Student Activities: Create a PowerPoint presentation that may be used during a PBIS assembly

Create a "PBIS ~ SEA " PowerPoint presentation.

Guidelines:

Your PowerPoint must have:
1. Title Slide - Title with Name/Class
2. Four slides including your Title slide
3. Transitions between each slide
4. Each slide with a background
5. No sound