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Fifth Grade
What do we already know about cyberbullying?
What is cyberbullying?

Review Roles: Cyberbully, Target, Bystander, and Person to Tell

Think Before You Click

Garfield Think Lab

watch button Cyberbullying video - Click on the image above to see who is anomymously positng bad reviews about "Animal Idol" contestant Nermal?
Try Button Take Garfield's quiz to see what you learned about cyberbullying.
Apply Button Now it's your turn to practice what you know! Click "Apply." What would you do in these situations?

Sesion II: Create Comic Strip to Demonstrate Understanding of Cyberbulling

  • Watch: Digital Passport Video from Common Sense Media

  • Create Cyberbullying Comic Strip:
    Using Bitstrips: http://bitstrips.com/ students will create a 3 panel comic strip depicting a CB scenario, how the victim feels and how the situation can be resolved. Click here to learn more about this project.

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Think Before You Click

Extension Activities

Digital Etiquette from BrainPop

Students Teaching Students About Cyberbullying

Alex, Jamie and the Cyberbully, a storybird story by Mrs. Martell and Mrs. Wells

Cyberbullying Quia Quiz

Feathers in the Wind - TeacherTube video about gossiping

Be Safer Online Video - NetSmartz

new Cyberbullying Video (great overview)

What should you do if you meet a cyberbully?

stop blocktell

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Kathleen Martell & Martha Wells
Instructional Technology Specialists
Needham Public Schools, Needham MA
March 2012