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Cyber bullying for Elementary

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  • 1. CYBER BULLYING What is Cyber Bullying? For Elementary Students Teaching Resource
  • 2. WHAT DO YOU DO ON THE COMPUTER?
    • Play Games
    • Watch favourite T.V. shows
    • Listen to music
    • Look up pictures on Google
    • Talk to friends and family
    • Do Homework
  • 3. DEFINE
    • What does Social mean?
    • Are you social at school? Are you social on the school bus? Are you social on the computer? Being in a group, talking to people, you enjoy being with people.
    • What is a network?
    • Connections Arrangements Chain Meet
  • 4. WHAT ARE SOCIAL NETWORKS?
    • Facebook
    • Twitter
    • Chat Rooms
    • Windows Messenger
    • Email (hotmail, gmail, yahoo, msn, school)
    • Blogs
  • 5. HOW DO PEOPLE GET HURT?
    • Falling down
    • Getting hit by someone or something
    • If someone says something mean about you
    • When someone says something mean about you do your feelings get hurt?
    • Do words hurt people?
    • YES!
    • Why?
  • 6. HOW DO PEOPLE GET HURT?
    • Words can hurt people, can you hurt someone when you are talking to them on the computer? How?
    • Emailing them a mean message that hurts their feelings.
    • Writing something on your facebook wall that everyone can see.
    • Breaking into someone else’s email account and sending emails.
    • Writing hurtful messages in a chat room.
  • 7. WHAT DO YOU THINK CYBER BULLYING MEANS?
    • Cyber - online, computers.
    • Have you ever heard of Cyber Space? The computer world or chatting to friends on line.
    • Bully - Someone who is mean, picks on people, makes people feel sad or angry.
  • 8. WHAT IS CYBER BULLYING?
    • If you know what cyber means and what bully means, what do you think cyber bullying means?
    • A bully using the computer?
    • Someone hurting someone else’s feelings with a computer?
    • Someone saying mean things to someone else on the computer?
    • Cyber Bullying is when a child embarrasses, threatens or hurts another child’s feelings online.
  • 9. WHY WOULD YOU CYBER BULLY SOMEONE?
    • You are mad at them.
    • You think it would be funny to embarrass someone on the internet.
    • You want them to feel sad and angry.
    • You are bored.
    • You want to get back at them for something they did to you.
  • 10. WHAT CAN YOU DO TO HELP?
    • Being mean to people is not funny.
    • You must always think of what you are doing before you do it, because you cannot take it back.
    • Do not use the internet when you are mad at someone.
    • Anything that happens on the internet is always there, just because you can’t see it, does not mean it is gone.
    • Feelings are important, you must RESPECT other people’s feelings.
  • 11. TEACHER RESOURCES
    • This slide show is meant to be used as a skeleton to guide discussion with elementary students about Cyber Bullying.
    • Here are several curricular based resources that can be linked to Nova Scotia outcomes:
    • http://cybersmartcurriculum.org/
    • http://cybersmartcurriculum.org/cyberbullying/lessons/
    • http://www.stopcyberbullying.org/why_do_kids_cyberbully_each_other.html
  • 12. CONTINUED…
    • Role Plays may be a good idea depending on your class.
    • Perhaps a short quiz before and after the presentation to see if answers change.
    • To keep the information in fresh in their minds a brainstorm of everything learned in the class would be good and keep those answers posted to remind everyone what cyber bullying is, and that it is wrong.
  • 13.
    • This presentation has been produced by Shannon MacFadyen through Victoria County Community Access Program’s Summer Youth Initiative (CAP YI), a part of Canada’s Youth Employment Strategy

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