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  • Show picture of boys – have students volunteer to come up to board and use 5 words to describe each boy.By a show of hands – Which boy do you think is more likely to be honest?Which boy do you think is more likely to be mean?Which boy do you think is more likely to be a good friend?Which boy do you think is a better students in school?Why do you think is? Based on looks?Which brings us to an important point – others judge us by how we look, dress, talk, etc. – do you feel that is a true statement? Why or why not? So, when you meet someone online – you only know their username, so the names we choose are very important – do you agree with that statement?
  • Kids sometimes choose screen names that attract negative attention, hurtful or makes others feel uncomfortable. Choosing the wrong screen name can encourage others to treat you poorly. Explain why you think someone online might harass those with screen names such as these?
  • Some students choose screen names that give away too much information about themselves. What can you tell about these users?If a stranger strikes up a conversation with you and states “I take karate too” would you be likely to engage in a conversation. Students have a tendency to think that since they are on the computer, the other person “cannot see them” – this is not true! – especially if that user can connect you to an email address.
  • Have students come up to board – pick a user name that is either good or bad and explain the reasoning why – have them give specific information about what is wrong.
  • print copies for students and have them work in groups – review names as a class
  • Handouts – check your password

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