Internet Safety 101 By Mr. North,  Mr. Lawrence,  Ms. Brown,  Mrs Short
A: B: Reply quickly with your full details. Tell your family or teacher. C: D: Ignore it and delete it. Forward it to your...
c) Ignore it and delete it.
A: B: No. Yes, because you trust her. C: D: Yes, because a moderator will have checked. If it were in a chat room for youn...
a) No.
A: B: Emails. Downloadable files from websites. C: D: Disks or cds. Text documents. $300 Question #3 Which of the followin...
d) Text documents
A: B: Take no notice, they’re too old to understand. Access it when they’re not around. C: D: Talk to them about what you ...
c) Talk to them about what you do on the internet.
A: B: Your real name, age, address and bank details. A nickname. C: D: Mitch Peters. Your last name and first initial. $1,...
b) A nickname
A: B: Reply and complain. Ignore them and do not respond. C: D: Tell an adult you know and trust. Tell your internet servi...
b) Ignore them and c) Tell an adult you trust.
A: B: Everything they ask for. Address. C: D: Phone number. First name only. $4,000 Question #7 Which information should y...
d) First name only
A: B: There aren’t any. The picture could be edited in an embarrassing way and sent to others or put on a web site. C: D: ...
d) B and C
A: B: Immediately fix the date and time. Tell your family and friends. C: D: Keep it a secret and think about it. Have a t...
b) Tell your family and friends; then d) Phone them....
A: B: Your pet’s name. A combination of numbers, symbols and letters. C: D: Your mother’s maiden name? Your favourite colo...
b) A combination of numbers, symbols and letters.
A: B: Tell your parents straight away. Obey their request and keep it a secret. C: D: Ask the person why you can’t tell yo...
a) Tell your parents straight away.
A: B: Their address. Their age. C: D: Their telephone number. All of the above. $125,000 Question #12 What information is ...
d) All of the above.
A: B: In the bathroom. In your bedroom behind a locked door. C: D: In the basement in the corner. In a central family loca...
d) In a central family location such as a living room.
A: B: Sending a message to a newsgroup. Buying something online. C: D: Irritating another user online. Sharing gossip abou...
All of them!
A: B: By never going near it, the internet is the work of the devil. By only typing in rubber gloves in case you get a com...
d) By being sensible and following the internet safety rules.
Great Job!!!! Thank you for playing! Questions adapted and retrieved from: http://www.bonaly.edin.sch.uk/Quiz/quiz.htm htt...
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  1. 1. Internet Safety 101 By Mr. North, Mr. Lawrence, Ms. Brown, Mrs Short
  2. 2. A: B: Reply quickly with your full details. Tell your family or teacher. C: D: Ignore it and delete it. Forward it to your friends. $100 Question #1 What should you do if you get an email from someone offering you a quick way to earn money?
  3. 3. c) Ignore it and delete it.
  4. 4. A: B: No. Yes, because you trust her. C: D: Yes, because a moderator will have checked. If it were in a chat room for young people and not adults, I would believe her. $200 Question #2 There’s someone in a chat room, saying she’s fourteen years old. Should you automatically believe she’s a young girl?
  5. 5. a) No.
  6. 6. A: B: Emails. Downloadable files from websites. C: D: Disks or cds. Text documents. $300 Question #3 Which of the following can’t spread computer viruses?
  7. 7. d) Text documents
  8. 8. A: B: Take no notice, they’re too old to understand. Access it when they’re not around. C: D: Talk to them about what you do on the internet. Ignore them. $500 Question #4 If your family is worried about you using the internet, what should you do?
  9. 9. c) Talk to them about what you do on the internet.
  10. 10. A: B: Your real name, age, address and bank details. A nickname. C: D: Mitch Peters. Your last name and first initial. $1,000 Question #5 What should your screen name be when you’re in a chat room?
  11. 11. b) A nickname
  12. 12. A: B: Reply and complain. Ignore them and do not respond. C: D: Tell an adult you know and trust. Tell your internet service provider. $2,000 Question #6 What’s the best way to deal with abusive messages?
  13. 13. b) Ignore them and c) Tell an adult you trust.
  14. 14. A: B: Everything they ask for. Address. C: D: Phone number. First name only. $4,000 Question #7 Which information should you give to a website asking for your details?
  15. 15. d) First name only
  16. 16. A: B: There aren’t any. The picture could be edited in an embarrassing way and sent to others or put on a web site. C: D: You could be traced by someone who might wish to harm you. B and C. $8,000 Question #8 What are the risks of putting your picture on the internet?
  17. 17. d) B and C
  18. 18. A: B: Immediately fix the date and time. Tell your family and friends. C: D: Keep it a secret and think about it. Have a telephone conversation first, take someone with you, and arrange to meet in a public place. $16,000 Question #9 You’ve been chatting online to someone for a while, and they suggest a meeting. What do you do?
  19. 19. b) Tell your family and friends; then d) Phone them....
  20. 20. A: B: Your pet’s name. A combination of numbers, symbols and letters. C: D: Your mother’s maiden name? Your favourite colour? $32,000 Question #10 Which of the following would make the best password?
  21. 21. b) A combination of numbers, symbols and letters.
  22. 22. A: B: Tell your parents straight away. Obey their request and keep it a secret. C: D: Ask the person why you can’t tell your parents about them. Tell your friends instead. $64,000 Question #11 What should you do if someone online asks you not to tell your parents about them?
  23. 23. a) Tell your parents straight away.
  24. 24. A: B: Their address. Their age. C: D: Their telephone number. All of the above. $125,000 Question #12 What information is possible to get from someone’s real name posted online?
  25. 25. d) All of the above.
  26. 26. A: B: In the bathroom. In your bedroom behind a locked door. C: D: In the basement in the corner. In a central family location such as a living room. $250,000 Question #13 Where should your computer be placed at home?
  27. 27. d) In a central family location such as a living room.
  28. 28. A: B: Sending a message to a newsgroup. Buying something online. C: D: Irritating another user online. Sharing gossip about someone. $500,000 Question #14 Which of these could cause trouble?
  29. 29. All of them!
  30. 30. A: B: By never going near it, the internet is the work of the devil. By only typing in rubber gloves in case you get a computer virus. C: D: By only using it in front of your parents. By being sensible and following the internet safety rules. $1 Million Question #15 How do you stay safe on the internet?
  31. 31. d) By being sensible and following the internet safety rules.
  32. 32. Great Job!!!! Thank you for playing! Questions adapted and retrieved from: http://www.bonaly.edin.sch.uk/Quiz/quiz.htm http://www.media-awareness.ca/english/special_initiatives/games/joecool_joefool/Start.html http://news.bbc.co.uk/cbbcnews/hi/quiz/newsid_3078000/3078351.stm Template retrieved from: Cascade Union. Elementary School District www.cuesd.com/resources/staff/PPT_Files/millionaire.ppt

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