Goal: To learn about your digital footprint and what it conveys to others.

  1. Typing.com
  2. How many of you have … • sent a message or posted a comment online? • created a profile on a social network site? • used some sort of photo-sharing app? • Googled your own name? Were there any results about you?
  3. In the video, carefully observe the imagery and think about what the images might convey about privacy. For example, the Trash Bin icon on their computer that serves as a “garbage can” for your files. The Digital Footprint
  4. Open the Choose A Host Student Handout
  5. Open your 6th Grade Computer Apps Google doc and at the TOP of the page–ABOVE WHAT YOU TYPED LAST TIME–use good writing skills and in 3-5 sentences to respond to the following questions:
    1. Who helped shape Linda’s and Jason’s digital footprint?
    2. Can you tell what a person is really like offline based on what you find online?
    3. What are some other types of information that make up YOUR “digital footprint”?
    4. What would you like to appear in YOUR digital footprint 10 years from now?
  6. EXTRA CREDIT: At home, look through the profiles of Linda and Jason together with your family members. As a family, choose a candidate to host “Trillion Dollar Footprint”. Be sure to explain the point of the lesson is to think about how information that is online about someone can impact how others view that person, but that it can be very problematic to make assumptions about others based solely on their digital footprint.

Goal: To learn how to avoid online tricks and scams, and learn the best practices of how to conduct yourself online.

  1. Typing.com
  2. Take the next couple minutes to think about the following questions with a partner:
    1. Who uses email in the class? • Who knows what an online scam is? Give examples. • Have you ever been scammed via email? Why did you think it was a scam? • What should you do when you think you are being scammed? • Who has an account on a social network, including but not limited to, Google+, Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr? • Is it safe to use your real personal information for an online character? Why? • How can you get an email scam from someone if you never gave your email address to that person? • If you get a greeting card from a “secret admirer”, should you respond? • Can scams happen on websites that you visit? • If you get a chain letter saying that something bad will happen to you or to someone you know if you don’t forward it, should you go ahead and forward it to all your friends?
  3. Watch Staying Clear of Cyber Tricks
  4. Go to the Phishing IQ Test–click on TAKE THE QUIZ
  5. Open the What are Cyber Tricks handout and go over pages 2-3
  6. Open your 6th Grade Computer Apps Google doc and at the TOP of the page–ABOVE WHAT YOU TYPED LAST TIME–use good writing skills and in 3-5 sentences to respond to the following:
    1. How did you do on the Phishing IQ Test?
    2. Of what you learned today, what do you think is the most important to remember? Why?
  7. Who Wants to Be a Millioniare? A Cyber Security Game
  8. EXTRA CREDIT: At home, look through the cyber tricks on page 4-7 of the What are Cyber Tricks handout together with your family members. As a family, respond to questions asked.

GOAL: To demonstrate your knowledge of Digital Citizenship.

  1. Typing Club
  2. Digital Citizenship Project: The purpose of this project is to show that you have mastered the following learning targets:
    1. I can tell my friends how to stay safe online.
    2. I can be alert and check sources while exploring online.
    3. I can define digital footprint and what it conveys to others.
    4. I can identify how to avoid online tricks and scams.
  3. Digital Citizenship Project Instructions: You need to create a project that reflects everything we have been learning and discussing in the area of Digital Citizenship. You can use the following as a resource for this project:
    1. Internet Safety exercises in PowerMyLearning
    2. Mrs. Weber’s Website Days 17-19 for your class
    3. Adding research and current statistics that you find on the Internet will help you score higher.
  4. Digital Citizenship Project Final Product: Your final product can be displayed as a poster (Publisher) or presentation (PowerPoint).
  5. Digital Citizenship Project Steps to Completion:
    1. RESEARCH: In a Google Doc, copy and paste the following 4 “I can’s” and begin to take notes on each. You can use my lesson plans from the last few classes to help you take notes. You can use the Internet to find your own information and ideas and statistics too!
      1. I can tell my friends how to stay safe online.
      2. I can be alert and check sources while exploring online.
      3. I can define digital footprint and what it conveys to others.
      4. I can identify how to avoid online tricks and scams.
    2. DECIDE IF YOU WILL USE POWERPOINT OR PUBLISHER: Once you decide which one, create a new file, save the file to your Google Drive on your machine as DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP PROJECT
  6. You have today and the next 2 classes to finish this. You will present your final product to the class.

GOAL: To demonstrate your knowledge of Digital Citizenship.

  1. Typing Club
  2. Digital Citizenship Project: The purpose of this project is to show that you have mastered the following learning targets:
    1. I can tell my friends how to stay safe online.
    2. I can be alert and check sources while exploring online.
    3. I can define digital footprint and what it conveys to others.
    4. I can identify how to avoid online tricks and scams.
  3. Digital Citizenship Project Instructions: You need to create a project that reflects everything we have been learning and discussing in the area of Digital Citizenship. You can use the following as a resource for this project:
    1. Internet Safety exercises in PowerMyLearning
    2. Mrs. Weber’s Website Days 17-19 for your class
    3. Adding research and current statistics that you find on the Internet will help you score higher.
  4. Digital Citizenship Project Final Product: Your final product can be displayed as a poster (Publisher) or presentation (PowerPoint).
  5. Digital Citizenship Project Steps to Completion:
    1. RESEARCH: In a Google Doc, copy and paste the following 4 “I can’s” and begin to take notes on each. You can use my lesson plans from Days 17, 18, & 19 to help you take notes. You can use the Internet to find your own information and ideas and statistics too!
      1. I can tell my friends how to stay safe online.
      2. I can be alert and check sources while exploring online.
      3. I can define digital footprint and what it conveys to others.
      4. I can identify how to avoid online tricks and scams.
    2. DECIDE IF YOU WILL USE POWERPOINT OR PUBLISHER: Once you decide which one, create a new file, save the file to your Google Drive on your machine as DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP PROJECT
  6. You have today and the next 2 classes to finish this. You will present your final product to the class.
  7. RIGHT NOW YOU ARE DOING THE RESEARCH. TOMORROW YOU WILL BEGIN DOING POWERPOINT OR PUBLISHER:
    1. RESEARCH: In a Google Doc shared with tracyweber@bellevue.k12.ia.us, copy and paste the following 4 “I can’s” and begin to take notes on each. You can use my lesson plans from Days 17, 18, & 19 to help you take notes. You can use the Internet to find your own information and ideas and statistics too!
      1. I can tell my friends how to stay safe online.
      2. I can be alert and check sources while exploring online.
      3. I can define digital footprint and what it conveys to others.
      4. I can identify how to avoid online tricks and scams.

GOAL: To demonstrate your knowledge of Digital Citizenship.

  1. www.typing.com–5 minutes
  2. Get with your partner & finish your project–10 minutes
  3. PRESENT TO THE CLASS:
    1. HOW TO PRESENT:
      1. Get your presentation loaded and ready on your computer
      2. Your classmates with gather around your computer as you present
      3. After you are done presenting your classmates will go back to their seats and critique.
      4. Repeat this until everyone is finished presenting
    2. WHILE WATCHING CLASSMATES PRESENT:
      1. Listen & watch
      2. Go back to your seat
      3. On a piece of paper write the names of the people presenting and then write 1-2 sentences about what you learned from their presentation. What was good? What could be improved?
  4. AFTER THE PRESENTATIONS:
    1. Print your presentation:
      1. Make sure you name is in the header
      2. Print 9 slides per paper
      3. Use Grayscale
    2. SHARE your presentation with Mrs. Weber:
      1. Go to your Google Drive IN CHROME–ONLINE
      2. RIGHT CLICK on your group’s presentation
      3. Click SHARE
      4. In the Enter Name box type tracyweber@bellevue.k12.ia.us
      5. Click DONE
    3. Put your name on your paper that you wrote your critiques on and hand it in
    4. www.typing.com