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Lesson 1 - Introductions, AUP and the Power of Words!

Lesson 2 - Create a CyberBullying Safety Comic!

Lesson 3 - Safe Passwords in Cyberspace!

Lesson 4 - Analogies!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sub Plans!

1. Sudoku Solve the mathematical puzzle by entering numbers 1-9 while following these two rules:

  • The numbers in a row or column cannot repeat.
  • The numbers in each 3X3 block cannot repeat.

2.Algebra HangMouse Solve the puzzle using algebra vocabulary.

3. Pumpkin Multiples Catch as many pumpkin multiples as possible of the target number.

 


 

 

Lesson 4 - Main Idea and Details!

 

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

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. Sky Chase Keyboarding Practice your keyboarding skills.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lesson 1 - Introductions, AUP and the Power of Words!

Introductions:

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

Lesson Links : Cybersmart~The Power of Words

and Brainpop

Student Activities: Power of Words

  • Why do you think people cyberbully?
  • How does your school deal with cyberbullying?
  • Have you ever sent a mean message because you were upset?
  • What would you do if someone created a mean, fake profile for you or one of your friends?
  • How can you stop yourself from being cyberbullied?
  • Who would you talk to if it happened to you?

1. We will practice together as a class identifying what our "AUP" is.
2. We will know what actions we can take to stop cyberbullying.

  • Ways to handle a cyberbullying situation - block the bully, get offline, tell a trusted adult
  • Basic prevention rules - don't share passwords with anyone except your parents, watch your language, treat others fairly
  • Actions to take to calm down when online language makes you angry - get offline, take slow deep breaths, talk to a trusted adult


3. Go to the websites below to learn more about cyberbullying and digital ettiquette.

Cyberbullying

Digital Etiquette

Your Job:

1. Explain what an AUP is and how it helps you.
2. Know what to do about cyberbullying if it happens to you or someone you know.

If you have time go to Netsmartz to learn more.

and Privacy Playground!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lesson 4 - Internet Safety - Safe Passwords in Cyberspace!

Student Activities:

1. With a partner, go 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

Discuss with your partner: 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.

If time...

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lesson 2 and 3- Create a Cyberbullying Safety Comic!

Lesson Link - MakeBeliefsComix.com

Student Activities:

1. Review:

  • ways to handle a cyberbullying situation - block the bully, get offline, tell a trusted adult
  • some basic prevention rules - don't share passwords with anyone except your parents, watch your language, treat others fairly
  • actions to take to calm down when online language makes you angry - get offline, take slow deep breaths, talk to a trusted adult

2. Create a Cyberbullying Safety comic at MakeBeliefComix.com


Your Job:

Use technology to communicate rules that will keep you safe online.

If you finish then:

1. Explore the following Password Generator Sites:
Password Chart
Password Bird

Which one do you prefer?

2. Make up a "fake" password (you may use one of the generators above).

3. Go to Password Checker to test its strength.

What makes a strong password? How can you remember passwords?

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lesson 5- Learn how to 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 1 - The PARCC Assessment

Student Activities: Be prepared for the PARCC

1. PARCC Tutorial

2. PARCC Practice


 

 

 

Lesson 5 - Empathy

Student Activities: Create an Empathy Poster to show how you are feeling. Recognize how others are feeling to create empathy and understanding.

1. First watch a video to learn about what it means to show Empathy.

2. Read Empathy Article.

3. Create an Empathy Poster using Microsoft Word and Photo Booth.

Use Photo Booth to take pictures of yourself showing different feelings.

3. Open MS Word and:

  • choose the center alignment
  • type in the title - How are you feeling today? Press return key.
  • type your first name
  • Tables - Insert new table - 3 columns/3 rows
  • label each cell with an emotion or feeling
  • Save As
  • Take pictures of yourself showing different emotions in Photo Booth
  • Drag them and resize them into the Word document Table.

Your Job:
1. Use technology to communicate how you are feeling.

If time...

2. Sky Chase Keyboarding Practice your keyboarding skills.

 

 

 

 

 

Lesson 6 - Finish your Empathy Poster

Student Activities: Complete your Empathy Poster to show how you are feeling.
Recognize how others are feeling to create empathy and understanding.

1. Complete your Empathy Poster using Microsoft Word and Photo Booth.

Use Photo Booth to take pictures of yourself showing different feelings.
Drag them and resize them in to the Word document.
Save in the Empathy Posters folder.

Your Job:

Use technology to communicate how you are feeling.

If time...

2. Sky Chase Keyboarding Practice your keyboarding skills.

3. Sudoku Solve the mathematical puzzle by entering numbers 1-9 while following these two rules:

  • The numbers in a row or column cannot repeat.
  • The numbers in each 3X3 block cannot repeat.

4. Algebra HangMouse Solve the puzzle using algebra vocabulary.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lesson 6 - Analogies help build vocabulary skills and exercise flexible thinking!

Student Activities: Analogies compare two things. That comparison is used to determine the relationship between different sets of things.

1. Watch Analogies powerpoint together.

2. Practice solving analogies.

Your Job:

1. Use technology to learn about and practice solving analogies.
2. Develop vocabulary skills and use flexible thinking.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lesson 8-Flappy Code and Scratch!

Student Activity: Learn to code some more!

1. Learn how to program Flappy Bird.

2. Remember Tynker? It also teaches children of all ages the basics of learning how to code.

3. Try Scratch! to easily learn computer programming.

Your Job:

Learn how to program using basic computer code.