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Powerpoint for Lesson 7.2.1

Powerpoint for Lesson 7.2.1

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  • 1. STRUCTURING A PRESENTATION<br />7.2: Stamp out cyber-bullying<br />Image from http://www.uberreview.com<br />
  • 2. STARTER<br />Watch the video clip<br />Write down all the different ways you see Joe being cyber-bullied<br />
  • 3. JOE<br />Play video<br />
  • 4. CYBER-BULLYING<br />What is cyber-bullying?<br />Bullying or harassment by the use of electronic devices through<br />Email<br />Instant messaging<br />Text Messages<br />Mobile phones<br />Blogs<br />Social networking sites<br />Image from http://mikebogdanski.com<br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyber-bullying<br />
  • 5. CYBER_BULLYING<br />Cyber-bullying is also called<br />electronic bullying<br />electronic harassment<br />e-bullying<br />SMS bullying,<br />mobile bullying<br />online bullying<br />digital bullying<br />Internet bullying<br />Image from http://images3.teachstreet.com<br />
  • 6. THE BIG PICTURE<br />In this topic we are going to <br />Gain the skills and understanding to create effective presentations<br />Look at how you can keep yourselves safe when using technology<br />Learn about cyber-bullying and how to tackle it<br />Create a presentation for teenagers informing them about cyber-bullying and how to stay safe<br />
  • 7. OBJECTIVES AND OUTCOMES<br />In this lesson we are<br />Learning about what cyber-bullying is<br />Learning how to organise & structure a presentation<br />By the end of this lesson we will have<br />Structured our presentations<br />Discussed different forms of cyber - bullying<br />
  • 8. EFFECTIVE PRESENTATIONS<br />Useful information<br />Fonts, colours, images, sound are used to catch attention and convey a message<br />Structured carefully<br />You can use the outliner tool to help you with this<br />Level 3 – Organise your work<br />Level 5 - Structure your work for a specific audience<br />
  • 9. AUDIENCE AND PURPOSE<br />Audience: Children & teenagers aged 11 - 16<br />Purpose: To inform the audience of potential dangers of cyber-bullying and how to avoid them<br />Level 4 – Make your work suitable for the audience<br />Level 5 - Structure your work for a specific audience<br />
  • 10. TASK 2<br />In your books<br />Brainstorm what you think your target audience would need to know about Cyber-Bullying<br />Images from http://repairstemcell.files.wordpress.com, http://images.allmoviephoto.com, <br />http://images1.fanpop.com <br />
  • 11. TASK 3<br />Structure your presentation using the outliner tool<br />
  • 12. PLENARY<br />We are going to discuss 2 peoples work<br />Be ready to discuss their work<br />Image from http://davidlumsden.com/<br />
  • 13. HOMEWORK<br />Describe how they use ICT at school and how it is used outside school<br />House image from http://www.salute-software.com<br />

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