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Pip Bhol

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Year 6 - Cyberbullying - Common Sense Media

LQ: Is It Cyberbullying? C: I can recognise similarities and differences between being mean, in-person bullying and cyberbullying A: I can empathise with the targets of cyberbullying E: I can identify strategies to deal with cyberbullying and be an upstander for those being bullied Instructions; link Follow the link and play Evolve for 5 minutes mic Use the mic to record your answer to the essential question mic Use the draw & annotate tool to discuss the differences between, joking, being mean and bullying link Follow the link to watch the video label Use the label tool to respond to the questions pen Use the pen to create your own upstander cards check Upload your work and self assess on the final slide Challenge: Can you use your Vector Drawing tools to create a great graphic for your upstander card?

6th Grade, Digital Citizenship, Computer Science
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Credit - This resource has been developed by Islington Computing in partnership with Common Sense Media using the Digital Citizenship Curriculum for Primary: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1pfeE1sT9LX6BRJxuF4i84EzDlBV9GYL3F58Ncu8RbKA/edit?usp=sharing This resource has been mapped to our UK partners: https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/, https://www.childnet.com/, https://www.barefootcomputing.org/ & https://www.lgfl.net/online-safety/default.aspx credit @pip_bhol​