Goal Directed Learning: Entry Level

K-4 Lesson

Internet Safety

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Grade Level

3

Classroom Configuration

  • Whole group in a computer lab setting or classroom

Arizona State Content Standards

  • Social Studies
    Strand 3: Civics/Government
    Concept 3: Functions of Government
    PO 1.  Describe the responsibilities of state government (e.g., making laws, enforcing laws, collecting taxes).

    Arizona Common Core Standards: ELA
    Comprehension and Collaboration
    3.SL.1
    Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions (one-one-one, in groups, and teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade 3 topics and text, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly.
    Presentation of Knowledge and Ideas
    3.SL.6
    Speak in complete sentences when appropriate to task and situation in order to provide requested detail or clarification.

    Arizona Educational Technology Standards (2009)
    Strand 2: Communication and Collaboration
    Concept 1: Effective Communications and Digital Interactions
    PO 2. Identify and demonstrate safe and appropriate behavior when using digital environments to communicate with others.
    Strand 5: Digital Citizenship
    Concept 1: Safety and Ethics,
    PO 4. Identify and discuss why it is important not to provide personal information in online communication.
    PO 6. Articulate how to respect the privacy of others' information and digital workspace.
    Objectives

    1. Students will be able to identify what personal information should not be shared in an online environment.
    2. Students will be aware of what constitutes cyberbullying and how to prevent it.

    Procedure

    1. Show animated segments from Internet Safety Lesson: Life Skills: Cyberbullying infinitelearninglab.org/, to class.
    2. The teacher will lead a while class discussion regarding digital citizenship.
      1. Possible Questions:
        1. What is safe and appropriate behavior when using digital environments to communicate with others?
        2. How can we ensure that we respect the privacy others' information and digital workspace?
        3. Why is it important to have Internet safety laws?
        4. Do you agree or disagree that the government should be responsible for Internet safety laws?
      2. Teacher’s materials on web site can also be used for guidance.
    3. Have students take turns providing answers to complete the “Try” section of Internet Safety lessons, to learn more and practice new knowledge.
    4. Have students take turns providing answers to complete the “Apply” section of Internet Safety lessons, to test their comprehension.

    Materials

    1. Computer with Internet connection
    2. Projector
    3. Speakers
    4. Interactive whiteboard, optional


    Assessment

    Administer a brief quiz using Online Quiz from web site.

Technology Integration Matrix

Active

Collaborative

Constructive

Authentic

Goal Directed