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ePassport primary 'e-safety'

Introduction

The Digital Schoolhouse has provided lesson outlines and the corresponding resources to enable Primary school teachers to teach this scheme of work. The resources have been compressed (zipped) together by lesson number. Please note that some of online resources are the same as the ones used by the secondary school because our Special School's Primary Network Group felt that they were suitable for their pupils. In addition, we felt that it was important that the pupils had the same sources of information to help them with their evaluation of the leaflets. 

These compressed files can be found on the lessons download page:

 

 

 

Homework:

N/A

Learning objectives:

  1. Identify what the pupils use the internet for and what they know about staying safe.
  2. Discuss and evaluate the video clip (good and bad).  

 

 

As a class, discuss what the pupils use the internet for, and how often they use it. Record this as a class mind map on either a whiteboard, interactive whiteboard or large sheet of paper (A2/A3). Then discuss and record what pupils already know about staying safe on the internet.

Task 1:

Explain to the pupils that they need to pay attention because the research they are doing will help them to evaluate the work produced by pupils at (the local, regional, national, or even global) secondary school. Tell them that they will use this research to then discuss and give feedback to the secondary school pupil (like their teacher would for them!).

Task 2a:

Show pupils the BBC Newsround: Caught in the web.

Discuss the importance of esafety and how to stay safe.

Task 2b:

Pupils are to work in small groups to discuss what they have learnt from the video. Pupils will need a large sheet of paper (A2/A3). Give each pupil a different colour pen or marker to record their ideas. Encourage pupils to use a combination of pictures and words to explain their thoughts.  

Plenary:

As a class, play the interactive quiz with audio ( http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/8_10/cybercafe/Cyber-Cafe-Base/ ). Pupils should use personal whiteboards to record the answer to each question and hold them up to allow the teacher to review learning.

 
 Lesson 2 – Researching e-safety
Homework:
N/A
Learning objectives:
  1. Understand what SMART stands for.
  2. Research and present to the class on an aspect of e-safety.

Starter:

Review previous learning by going through SMART rules. S = Safe,  M = Meeting, A = Accepting, R = Reliable, T = Tell. Get pupils to relate the SMART to the 5 Ws e.g. who, what, when, where, why. Pupils should update their mind maps on research e-safety from last lesson.
 
Souce: http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/8_10/cybercafe/Cyber-Cafe-Base/ (1st September 2010 @ 1pm)

Task 1:

Pupils should update their group research mind maps to show what they have learnt. Each group should study a different aspect of e-safety:
  • Chat room
  • Safe social netwoking
  • Online gaming
  • Instant messaging
  • Downloading files
Using the following website: ( Souce: http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/help/web/safesurfing.shtml accessd: 1st September 2010 @ 1:30 pm) pupils are to continue researching how to stay safe online.

Task 2:

In their groups, pupils should perform a show and tell activity. Encourage pupils to present to the class their group mind maps. Pupils should explain what they have learnt. Ask the other pupils in the class to ask questions which the presenting goup should be able to answer. If they can not answer the question, the teacher should write it down and follow up next lesson.

Plenary:

e-safety the question is... do you have the answer? Get pupils to list or draw 5 answers from todays lesson on how they should stay safe when uing their computer. Use personal whiteboards to record their lists or drawings. Then the teacher should ask the pupils questions. If the answers listed on their boards match the question they can cross it off. When a pupil has run out of answers they are the winner.

 
Lesson 3 – Evaluating work
Homework:
N/A
Learning objectives:
  1. To evalute the leaflets produced by the secondary school pupils.
  2. Demonstrate what they have learnt in the unit.
Starter:
As a class, discuss what makes a good leaflet. Look at the example leaflets. (Teachers will need to collect a few leaflets from local pizza takeaways or tourist attractions. Discuss writing styles: to inform: to explain, to entertain,, to advise, to persuade, etc.

Task 1:

Pupils are to work in different groups this week. Try to ensure that each group at at least one pupil who has reaserched each category from last lesson.

Task 2a:

Explain the evaluation form. With discussion from the class, model how to evaluate the leaflet.

Task 2b:

Pupils are to work in pairs to evalaute leaflets created by the secondary school pupils. Pupils are to record the feedback on the evaluation sheets provided.
Task 3:
Pupils must score the leaflets in order of 1-5, 1 being the favourite of the group (the whole group has to agree with the scoring). Then the goup must present the best one or two leaflets to the class and justify their answer. Once all groups have presented their leaflets all pupils get the chance to vote for their favourite leaflet. The class teacher should record the group favourites and the class favourites then pass this information back to the secondary school teacher.
Plenary:
Update the mind map started at the beginning of this unit on e-safety to show what they have learnt. Pupils should use a different colour to clearly show what they have learnt. (Pupils should not use the research mind maps to help them as you want to see what they can remember).
 

 

Starter:

 


Lesson 1 – Introduction to e-safety

 
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