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  • 1. Cyberbullying ----------------------- W. J. Clinton Elementary School Mrs. Gloria Garcia, Librarian 5th Grade
  • 2. What is Cyberbullying? Cyberbullying is people using technologies like the internet or cell phones to hurt other people’s feelings, trash their reputation, and ruin their friendship with others by posting harmful, hurtful and/or untrue information.
  • 3. Examples of Cyberbullying • Flaming – Angry online messages from one person to another using harsh language. • Harassment – Sending rude and hurtful messages several times online. • Denigration – Hurting someone’s image or making fun of them online by posting rumors about them or even berating them. • Cyberstalking – Sending rude and hurtful messages several times online that can create intimidation and/or fear.
  • 4. Examples of Cyberbullying • Outing – Posting someone’s personal or embarrassing information or photos online. • Trickery – Convincing or fooling someone into sharing personal information and posting it online. • Exclusion – Rejecting and preventing someone from participating in an online group in a malicious manner. • Impersonation – Logging into someone else’s account and sening out messages that could embarrass them.
  • 5. Preventing Cyberbullying • DON’T share secrets or photos online that might embarrass you. • Keep your online passwords safe. DON’T share them with anyone EXCEPT your parents. • DON’T respond to emails or messages that are mean to you. • If someone sends you a message that is mean or hurtful to you or others, DON’T respond. • If you or a friend are being cyberbullied, TELL a teacher or a parent immediately.
  • 6. Review Directions • Read each one of the following scenarios carefully. • Click on the answer that best describes the scenario. • If you don’t get it right the first time, try again.
  • 7. Scenario 1 Mike and James were in the same baseball team and James pretended to be Mike’s friend. James asked Mike a lot of personal questions. Mike confided in him thinking James would never betray him because they were friends. That evening, James posted Mike’s personal information online to embarrass Mike. A. Denigration B. Trickery C. Harassment
  • 8. Sorry…. You can do better. Try again.
  • 9. Wow! Good work! You’re right!
  • 10. Scenario 2 Some girls at school created a MySpace page rating several girls online. They were making fun of the girl’s excessive weight, intelligence and their appearance. A. Cyber stalking B. Impersonation C. Denigration
  • 11. Sorry…. You can do better. Try again.
  • 12. Wow! Good work! You’re right!
  • 13. Scenario 3 Sandra’s books fell down and she bent over to pick them up. Sally took a picture of her “behind” with her cell phone camera. She then sent the embarrassing picture to as many students and friends at school and also posted the pictures online. A. Outing B. Flaming C. Exclusion
  • 14. Sorry…. You can do better. Try again.
  • 15. Wow! Good work! You’re right!
  • 16. Scenario 4 Johnny and Chase started arguing over a girl they both liked and that they met online. Pretty soon, they were insulting each other by using bad language. A. Trickery B. Flaming C. Denigration
  • 17. Sorry…. You can do better. Try again.
  • 18. Wow! Good work! You’re right!
  • 19. Scenario 5 Julie liked Tommy a lot but he told her he only wanted to be friends, she got very upset. She started calling and texting him at all hours of the day and night with rude messages. A. Trickery B. Harassment C. Cyber stalking D. All the above
  • 20. Sorry…. You can do better. Try again.
  • 21. Wow! Good work! You’re right!
  • 22. Scenario 6 Joseph and Paul did not get along with their classmates. They watched their classmates closely as they logged into their e-mail accounts. They wrote down their passwords and decided to get even with them. That evening, they both logged onto their classmates e-mail accounts and posted material that would embarrass them. A. Impersonation B. Flaming C. Outing
  • 23. Sorry…. You can do better. Try again.
  • 24. Wow! Good work! You’re right!
  • 25. Scenario 7 Melissa was excluded from participating in an online group discussion by the popular girls at school. They all thought Melissa was not “cool” enough and intentionally blocked her from chatting with them. A. Exclusion B. Cyber stalking C. Trickery
  • 26. Sorry…. You can do better. Try again.
  • 27. Wow! Good work! You’re right!
  • 28. Scenario 8 When Jaime won first place in the poetry competition in school, he started receiving mean and hurtful text messages. He eventually had to change his number because the angry text messages would not stop. A. Impersonation B. Trickery C. Harassment
  • 29. Sorry…. You can do better. Try again.
  • 30. Wow! Good work! You’re right!
  • 31. End of Test Cool….very cool
  • 32. Acknowledements The information contained in this PowerPoint presentation is from The Center for Safe and Responsible Use of the Internet by Nancy Willard. http.//csriu.org/cyberbully/docs/cbstudentguide.pdf All clip art and sounds are from Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 (Office Home and Student 2007 Edition)