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  • 1. Internet Safety by Mrs. Bender
  • 2. Menu
    • Internet Use
    • Who is out there?
    • Problems
    • Keep it Cool
    • Fight Back
    • Cyber Police
    • Keep Yourself Safe
    • Know the Rules
    • Test Your Online Knowledge
    • Picture Yourself
    • Safety Tips
    • Websites
    • Credits
    • Standards
  • 3. Internet Use
    • What do we use the Internet for?
  • 4. Who is out there?
    • When you are in a public place you can look at a person and hear his or her voice. You can learn certain things about a stranger. This is not possible online.
  • 5. Problems
    • Online predators try to meet kids on chat rooms, online games and websites such as Facebook and Twitter.
  • 6. Keep it Cool
    • Online predators try to become your friend. They may send messages to you and try to talk to you to find out information.
  • 7. Fight Back
    • If someone is sending you messages and you feel uncomfortable, tell an adult. Your parents, guardians, or teachers are good adults to tell.
  • 8. Cyber Police
    • There are many ways police officers can go after online predators. Officers may pretend to be kids and set up real-life meetings with predators. When predators show up, the police officers arrest them.
    To Find out more information click on the badge below
  • 9. Keep Yourself Safe
    • Don’t give out your name or any personal information.
    • Keep facts such as your school name, team name, phone number, and email to yourself
  • 10. Know the Rules
    • Learn to be smart online you will do just fine
  • 11. Test Your Online Knowledge
    • You are tweeting on Twitter with someone who likes to play the same video games as you. They are a really nice person and they suggest you two meeting up at the mall to go shopping for the latest game that was released. You should:
    A. Meet them at them at the mall in 30 minutes B. Miss out on getting a new game but tell your parents about the person you met online.
  • 12. Picture Yourself
    • I have been talking to Ryan through Facebook today. I never talked to him before but we found out that we like the same kind of music. He asked me to send a picture of myself so he knows who he is talking to. Should I:
    A. Send a picture o that shows me in front of my house. B. Do not send a picture. Tell an adult and show them the messages that you received.
  • 13. Safety Tips
    • Do not meet people whom you met online in person.
    • Never give out your phone number or call a number that was given to you by someone you met online.
    • If something in a message does not seem right, tell an adult.
    • Always remember that you can never really know to whom you are talking when you are online.
  • 14. Websites Links to more information and games
    • http://www.fbi.gov/fbikids.htm
    • http://www.safekids.com/quiz/
    • http://mcgruff.org/Advice/onlinesafety.php
    • http://www.netsmartzkids.org/indexFL.htm
    • http:// pbskids.org /license/
  • 15. Credits
    • http://www.facebook.com/
    • http://www.fbi.gov/fbikids.htm
    • Jakubiak, David. A Smart Kid’s Guide to Avoiding Online Predators . New York: Rosen 2010.
    • http://www.netsmartzkids.org/indexFL.htm
    • http://www.myspace.com/http://products.aim.com/
    • http://twitter.com/
    • www.wiredsafety.org/
    • http://www.youtube.com/
  • 16. Standards
    • PA Standards: 1.1 Learning to Reading Independently, 1.3 Make inferences and draw conclusions based on text, 1.4 Identify and explain the main ideas and relevant details, 1.6F Use Media for Learning Purposes
    • NET Standard: 4a Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Decision Making
  • 17. The End
  • 18. Incorrect
    • WRONG!
    • Never meet someone online that you don’t know. You can’t always be sure that this person is even a kid.
  • 19. Right
    • Correct!
    • Smart move! You never know who is on the other side of the computer. Always tell an adult if someone online wants to meet you.
  • 20. Try Again
    • WRONG!
    • Predators often ask if you can send pictures of yourself to them. Don’t feel embarrassed, tell an adult.
  • 21. Good Answer
    • Correct!
    • People online can pick new names and lie about their ages. They can even use another person’s picture as their own picture

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