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Prilog 4. Safer Internet Day 2017 Quiz

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Prilog 4. Safer Internet Day 2017 Quiz

  1. 1. Safer Internet Day 2017 Quiz Ages8-13 Be the change: Unite for a better internet SaferInternetDay2017Quiz Target audience 8-13 year olds For each question pick ONE answer: Question 1: When a photo or video is shared on the internet, who might be able to see it? Question 2: One of your teachers slipped over on the field and someone took a video of it on their phone. It gets sent to you. Do you share it? Question 3: One of your classmates has shared a photo of you that you really don’t like. What do you do? Page 1 of 4 Welcome to the Safer Internet Day 2017 quiz The theme of Safer Internet Day 2017 is Be the change: Unite for a better internet. This Safer Internet Day the UK Safer Internet Centre is exploring how children and young people share images and videos online, from emojis to vlogs. How much do you know? Take our quiz to find out… A. Anyone B. Just me, everything is automatically private on the internet. C. Only the people who I choose. A. Yes! It was hilarious! B. Probably, but only to my friends. C. Wouldn’t that be mean? A. Share an embarrassing photo of them in return! B. Nothing; it’s up to them what they post online. C. Tell an adult and explain why you’re unhappy.
  2. 2. Safer Internet Day 2017 Quiz Ages8-13 Be the change: Unite for a better internet Question 4: You took a photo of your friend doing something that might get her into trouble. Do you share it? Question 5: You took a video of you and your friends play fighting and being really silly. Do you share it? Question 6: You want to share a video of yourself online, but are not sure. Who should you ask before you do it? Question 7: Your friend is really into photography but has received some unkind comments for one of his online pictures. How can you help? A. No, I wouldn’t like it if she did that to me. B. I’d only share it with my closest friends, so no one else will see it. C. She’d definitely see the funny side, and no one will remember! A. The website can tell me if it’s suitable or not. B. No one. I can delete it later if I need to. C. Your parents or carers. A. Help your friend figure out how to block them. B. Tell an adult and ask them to show you what you can do online to stop it happening. C. Reply to the comment and tell this person not to be so mean. Page 2 of 4 A. We’re only messing around, of course. B. Probably not, I might not want people to see it in the future. C. Probably, it was just for fun and I can delete it later. 1-2 correct answers Internet Beginner 3-4 correct answers Internet Explorer 5-6 correct answers Internet Adventurer! 7 correct answers Internet Hero! How did you do? SaferInternetDay2017Quiz
  3. 3. Safer Internet Day 2017 Quiz Ages8-13 Be the change: Unite for a better internet Safer Internet Day 2017 Quiz - Answer sheet Question 1: When a photo or video is shared on the internet, who might be able to see it? Question 2: One of your teachers slipped over on the field and someone took a video of it on their phone. It gets sent to you. Do you share it? Question 3: One of your classmates has shared a photo of you that you really don’t like. What do you do? Question 4: You took a photo of your friend doing something that might get her into trouble. Do you share it? Question 5: You took a video of you and your friends play fighting and being really silly. Do you share it? Question 6: You want to share a video of yourself online, but are not sure. Who should you ask before you do it? Question 7: Your friend is really into photography but has received some unkind comments for one of his online pictures. How can you help? The correct answer is: A. Anyone When posting something online, you usually have the option to control who can see the content. However, anyone that you have allowed to view it could then copy it, or share it on further – possibly making it public. The correct answer is: C. Wouldn’t that be mean? Something that is funny to one person, is not always funny to another. The teacher who fell over may be feeling really embarrassed by what happened and sharing it may only make the situation worse. The correct answer is: C. Tell an adult and explain why you’re unhappy. An adult will be able to advise you, and can help you let your friend know that you are feeling unhappy. Together, you can ask them to remove the photo that is upsetting to you, in a polite way. Page 3 of 4 The correct answer is: A. No, I wouldn’t like it if she did that to me. Always treat others online in the way that you would expect to be treated. If you know you’d feel bad if it happened to you, then it’s really important not to do it to someone else. The correct answer is: B. Probably not, I might not want people to see it in the future. When something is shared online, it could be there forever. Posting something that could affect your reputation, or your friends’ reputations, is not advisable. The internet never forgets! The correct answer is: C. Your parents or carers. Your parents and carers are the best people to help you decide what is suitable for the internet and what is better kept offline. Sometimes, you may be giving away personal information without even realising it. The correct answer is: B. Tell an adult and ask them to show you what you can do online to stop it happening. An adult will be able to give you the best advice and show you how to use the safety tools available online. This is a better choice than trying to do it yourself or engage in the conversation online. SaferInternetDay2017Quiz
  4. 4. Safer Internet Day 2017 Quiz Ages8-13 Be the change: Unite for a better internet Safer Internet Day 2017 Quiz - How did you do? Page 3 of 4 1-2 correct answers 3-4 correct answers You are an Internet Beginner You are starting to enjoy life online, and can see that there is a lot to figure out! Always ask a trusted adult for help when using the internet and you can enjoy the journey together. On the UK Safer Internet Centre website there are games, quizzes and lots of advice to help you stay safe online. www.saferinternet.org.uk/young-people You are an Internet Explorer You are starting to understand how to be safe, and a good friend, online. Always remember to think before you post, and consider how what you do can affect your friends’ feelings too. Why not watch one of our brilliant SID TV videos to learn more? www.saferinternet.org.uk/sid-tv 5-6 correct answers 7 correct answers You are an Internet Adventurer! You are learning lots about the internet and all the exciting things on offer! You’re making some excellent decisions and are thinking carefully about your friends online too. You also know when to ask an adult for help. Now go enjoy one of our fantastic SID TV videos for 2017! www.saferinternet.org.uk/sid-tv You are an Internet Hero! Well done! You are well on the way to becoming a safe internet user, and a really good friend online... Keep it up! Why not take a look at the work that has been going on in our Safer Internet Day 2017 Photo Campaign and learn more about the power of image in young people's lives? www.saferinternetday.org.uk SaferInternetDay2017Quiz

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