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TEACHER:        Michele Bennington                               SCHOOL:         AAE
SUBJECT:        Library and Information Science                  GRADE:          4rd -5th
UNIT:           WWW ?                                            PERIOD:         All
DATE:           March 22-26                                      LESSON:         Online
BM/FW:          Language Arts 3e                                                 Safety


COMPETENICES and OBJECTIVES
2006 Mississippi Language Arts Frameworks
   3. The student will express, communicate, and evaluate, or exchange ideas
   effectively.
       e. The student will compose simple persuasive text clearly expressing a main idea
       with supporting details for a specific purpose and audience. (DOK 3).
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ANTICIPATORY SET
AFFECTIVE HOOK: The teacher will show a Phineas and Ferb online safety video.
REVIEW: The students will review what the Internet is.
PURPOSE: To teach students how to protect themselves in an online community.
PLAN: We learn how to stay safe in the online community by discussing safety techniques,
viewing several websites and discussing if the sites are cool or foolish.
IMPORTANCE/RELEVANCE: Why is it important to understand how to be safe online?
Students must understand the good, bad, and ugly of online communities so that this place can be
a fun learning environment. Critical thinking is required to make the best personal safety
decisions.

1.1    Objective: The students will discuss different safety techniques, evaluate a chat site and
       a personal website, and participate in a chat and category game. (DOK 3)
1.1    Procedure: The teacher will:
        remind the students that last week we learned what the Internet is.
        ask the students to recall what the Internet is, how do you get to the world wide web,
           and what is a browser.
        open discussion about what students do on the Internet. Write things they say on the
           white board. Discuss in question answer form how these things are or are not safe.
        use tips from Internet Privacy by Jakubiak to give the students safety advice.
        explain that just like TV commercials websites often advertise things in a way that
           persuades us to give them our private information. Ask what is private information?
           I.e. address, phone #, e-mail address, birthday, etc.
        explain that once personal information is entered online, that it stays there forever.
           Explain that even though you my not be able to see it or access it, it is there on a
           server that can be pulled up later in your life.
        ask so how does this affect you? Ask how many students have a Facebook or
           MySpace or Yahoo chat or text account or anything like that? Ask if they plan to get
           a job one day? Explain things that can happen like bullying a friend or pictures they
           may not want others to see, etc.
        explain that today we are going to look at some websites together and ask ourselves
           these questions (write these on the board)
                o What kind of Web site is this?
                o What decision does Jo have to make?
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                o What should Jo be looking out for?
                o Does Jo make the right decision?
                o Why or why not?
         use the computer and TV to display the Jo Cool Jo Fool webpage FastTalk and ask
           what is good about chatting. Answers builds online communities, is a great way to
           connect with people from all around the world, lets you be judged by what you say,
           not how you look, is lots of fun.
         ask what are the negatives: people pretend to be someone they are not, people bully,
           etc.
         discuss if Jo makes a cool or foolish decision when on the FastTalk webpage.
         ask how many have personal web pages? Why do they have them? What information
           is on the page? Who looks at it? Do their parents know about it? Do they have
           pictures from the Internet? Mention copyright.
         show Jo’s Homepage and discuss as a class if he is cool or a fool.
         ask if we watch an ad on TV, what happens to us? Nothing, but what if we enter our
           name and such into a website advertisement, what happens? Explain that your
           information can be sold to other companies that advertise on that site, and that is how
           you get junk mail on your email, and telemarketing calls, and lots of other annoying
           things.
         use the computer and TV to display the website, choose Splurge Cola, Lotsa Music,
           and CD Rama and discuss as a class the decision that should be made.
         after discussions, instruct students to get rulers and check out books
         explain that students are to read at their tables until time to line up.
         Ring the bell to alert students to close their books, close their mouths, and put their
           hands in their lap in an effort to get ready to line up.
1.1     Materials: TV, computer, http://www.media-
        awareness.ca/english/games/jocool_jofool/kids.cfm
1.1     Assessment: Teacher observes students choosing cool or fool.


—> EARLY FINISHER
1.2 Objective: The students will begin reading books that they checked out. (DOK 1).
1.3 Procedure: The teacher will:
        instruct the students to read quietly until their teacher arrives to pick them up
1.1    Materials: Library books
1.3    Assessment: Observe students reading

—> CLOSURE
     The teacher will ask the students to tell one thing they learned, today.

HOMEWORK
    Bring library books back next week.

MODIFICATIONS
Above grade level students will work in pairs with the below grade level students.

RESOURCES
Mississippi Language Arts Curriculum Framework-Revised. (2006). Jackson, MS:
       Mississippi Department of Education.
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http://www.media-
        awareness.ca/english/special_initiatives/games/joecool_joefool/upload/jo_teacher
        s_guide.pdf

TECHNOLGY
TV
Computers
Internet
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