OnlineCommentingAlex Poniktera, Will Raisner,Brooke Olson, Vince Giorgi,Zach Ruth and Will Lyons
Overview Twitter Facebook YouTube Gaming Pro/Cons     of Online Commenting Statistics Review
Read It OverBEFORE you comment         Image taken from Google Images: labeled for commercial reuse with modificationWould...
Twitter Tragedy     Fictionalization based off real events
Posting Problems PubliclySome people use YouTube or other onlinepublic forums to post their problems.This is a bad idea be...
Offering HelpIf a friend or stranger needs emotional (or evenphysical) help, there are many resources availablethat are se...
Social Networking Social Networking is a good way to stay in  touch with family you don’t see often,  and see updated pic...
YouTube YouTube  is a great place to see new viral  videos and also view music free Sometimes there are a lot of hurtful...
Online Gaming Great  way to have fun and relax Heightens reflexes and can increase IQ  level Meet new people and play w...
What not to do…
How you should react
Chatting with StrangersIs it really that bad to chat with strangers?  What if you are juststrategizing while playing an on...
What Not to PostUsing a false name is a good way to stayprivate: YAPPY - your name, address, phonenumber, passwords and yo...
Inappropriate CommentsIf someone is being mildly inappropriate (being rudeor using bad language) You have a choice to (a)i...
SettingsBe really careful to set your settings so that youare only commenting with friends that you knowinstead of having ...
Statistics                                                   Image taken from Google Images: labeled                      ...
Pros And ConsPros- (Blogs, Facebook, etc.)Communicate IdeasDiscuss TopicsCreate IdeasCons-FightingCyber BullyingProf...
Golden Rule:The easiest thing to forget:You are interacting with real people - youcan affect them and they can affect you....
Review (ZACH   WILL BRIAN)
QuestionsMr. Chuck Favata
QuestionsMr. Favata has 35 yrs of teaching experience along withover 15 yrs of public speaking experience. He has madepres...
Goodbye video
ResourcesOnline Community Comment Etiquette: http://   www.dummies.com/how-to/content/online-community-   comment-etiquett...
CreditsA HUGE thank you to:Kurt Schollin, from Bucks County Intermediate Unit, for guiding Palisades HighSchool students t...
CreditsTeachers involved in this lesson:Rob Reilly, Academy Teacher, Palisades High SchoolKaren Hornberger, Library Media ...
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This slideshow aligns with the YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FH8ADMFpHwk This webinar has been developed by the Academy Technology Seminar 3 students of Palisades High school (11th grade). Guided by Mr. Robert Reilly (teacher) and Mrs. Karen Hornberger (librarian). The topic was the issues that accompany online commenting. This specific webinar was produced for the 4th, 5th, and 6th grade levels; the 11th grade students felt that the primary age group could use the guidance.

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  1. 1. OnlineCommentingAlex Poniktera, Will Raisner,Brooke Olson, Vince Giorgi,Zach Ruth and Will Lyons
  2. 2. Overview Twitter Facebook YouTube Gaming Pro/Cons of Online Commenting Statistics Review
  3. 3. Read It OverBEFORE you comment Image taken from Google Images: labeled for commercial reuse with modificationWould you say the same thing with your parents watching the screen?
  4. 4. Twitter Tragedy Fictionalization based off real events
  5. 5. Posting Problems PubliclySome people use YouTube or other onlinepublic forums to post their problems.This is a bad idea because haters and trolls(mean people) attack the page. Strangersdon’t know you or any good things about you.They don’t think of you as a real person. Trollsand haters are mean spirited. Theyanonymously let their anger out without caringthat it can hurt people.
  6. 6. Offering HelpIf a friend or stranger needs emotional (or evenphysical) help, there are many resources availablethat are set up to help people by professionals.  Take them seriously that they need help andencourage that they use professional resources. You will also want to confide in a trusted adult thatyour friend needs help.Be careful of strangers who need help.  No strangershould ask a “non-adult” to help them.
  7. 7. Social Networking Social Networking is a good way to stay in touch with family you don’t see often, and see updated pictures of them. Social Networking is often a place where drama begins because it is easy to make fun of someone behind a computer screen. Social Networking is also a thriving area for Online Predators so BE VERY CAREFUL!
  8. 8. YouTube YouTube is a great place to see new viral videos and also view music free Sometimes there are a lot of hurtful comments written on YouTube Videos YouTube is a convenient way to try to get famous through making your own videos
  9. 9. Online Gaming Great way to have fun and relax Heightens reflexes and can increase IQ level Meet new people and play with friends Learn real-life skills like decision making Also has drawbacks: Strangers that are predators, angry/rude people playing online with you, etc. Everyone gets frustrated sometimes Image taken from Google Images: labeled for commercial reuse with modification
  10. 10. What not to do…
  11. 11. How you should react
  12. 12. Chatting with StrangersIs it really that bad to chat with strangers?  What if you are juststrategizing while playing an online game?It is risky because people can be manipulative.  Anyone can claimthey are a certain age and even use voice altering software to makethem sound like a child when they are not actually a child.While usernames and avatars are great ways to chat with strangers itis still not 100% safe because the stranger can still locate where youare with tracking software or listen carefully to anything you say andyou may only give tiny bits of information, but a predator can actuallybe very good at piecing information together with intent to harm you.If you chat with a stranger (like in the scenario with Brooke) keep itbrief and never say anything personal (name, location, etc.)
  13. 13. What Not to PostUsing a false name is a good way to stayprivate: YAPPY - your name, address, phonenumber, passwords and your plans are NOTto be shared!If it isnt information about you, then youshould not be the one posting it.
  14. 14. Inappropriate CommentsIf someone is being mildly inappropriate (being rudeor using bad language) You have a choice to (a)ignore the person you are chatting with or (b)  to askthem to stop behaving inappropriately.  If you askthem to stop and they don’t, it is okay to leave theconversation or block or mute the person.  If someone is being creepy or questionable, trustyour gut.  Consider at least two adults (parent,teacher, guidance counselor, relative) who you cantalk to about what is going on to figure out what todo about it.
  15. 15. SettingsBe really careful to set your settings so that youare only commenting with friends that you knowinstead of having your comments open to thepublic.  You might be surprised at clues you can giveaway while chatting or strategizing that may beappropriate to say with your friends but nothave others hear (where you will be later thatnight, your full name, etc.)  You should alwaysknow your options and pick the MOST secureoption.
  16. 16. Statistics Image taken from Google Images: labeled for commercial reuse with modification 70% of students think they know everything about online commenting 80% of these students end up in trouble because of not knowing what to do 90% of students have been harassed or bullied online Less than 20% of students tell their parents about their online experienceshttp://www.mcafee.com/us/about/news/2012/q2/20120625-01.aspx
  17. 17. Pros And ConsPros- (Blogs, Facebook, etc.)Communicate IdeasDiscuss TopicsCreate IdeasCons-FightingCyber BullyingProfanity UseSharing too much information
  18. 18. Golden Rule:The easiest thing to forget:You are interacting with real people - youcan affect them and they can affect you.“People will forget what you said,People will forget what you did,But they will never forget how you madethem feel.” Maya Angelou
  19. 19. Review (ZACH WILL BRIAN)
  20. 20. QuestionsMr. Chuck Favata
  21. 21. QuestionsMr. Favata has 35 yrs of teaching experience along withover 15 yrs of public speaking experience. He has madepresentations to over 65,000 students in schools across theUS and is a multi-time presenter at both State and NationalConventions. Due to the demands for speakingengagements and a passion for changing the mindset ofour young people as they communicate via the internet, heretired from the Council Rock School District in 2007 andnow focuses solely on giving presentations.
  22. 22. Goodbye video
  23. 23. ResourcesOnline Community Comment Etiquette: http:// www.dummies.com/how-to/content/online-community- comment-etiquette.htmlEssential Facebook Etiquette: 10 Do’s and Don’ts: http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/facebook-etiquette/Xbox Live Privacy Settings: http://support.xbox.com/en- US/xbox-live/online-privacy-and-safety/online-safetyFacebook Privacy Settings: http://www.facebook.com/help/privacyHow Internet Predators Select Their Victims: http://www.safer-internet.net/how-internet-predators- select-their-victims.html
  24. 24. CreditsA HUGE thank you to:Kurt Schollin, from Bucks County Intermediate Unit, for guiding Palisades HighSchool students through Elluminate webinar software.Mr. Chuck Favata, for generously volunteering his time and expertise oncyber-safety.Joel Filling and his 6th Grade students at Palisades Middle School, for beingwonderful participants.Jaime Guthier and the Academy teachers who made this a trulyinterdisciplinary project.Palisades High School and School District Administrators for supporting ourwebinar.
  25. 25. CreditsTeachers involved in this lesson:Rob Reilly, Academy Teacher, Palisades High SchoolKaren Hornberger, Library Media Specialist, Palisades HighSchool

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