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GRAMMAR SCHOOL 1567 M O S C O W THE AIM OF THIS PRESENTATION IS: Identify the potential risks of using the Internet with students Realize how cyberbullying can affect students and make suggestions in order to resolve it List a set of rules to keep children safe on the Internet Recommend a number of sites which can be used by children, teachers and parents to help them manage the risks of the Web Information to support homework Leisure activities such as music, films and sports Chat live, play online games and share files with people from around the world Publish information about yourself and your interests on personal web pages Find other people who share your obsessions Social isolation Wasting time on games Terrorists’ communication via the Net Planting viruses Stealing information Health hazards of sitting in front of the screen and losing all sense of time Inappropriate content Unreliable information Levels of violence in video games Identity theft Unwanted contacts by strangers Internet addiction the use of ICT, particularly mobile phones and the Internet, deliberately to hurt or embarrassed another person. Clock around invasion of personal space Anonymity Large audience/high speed of message delivery The bully and the target Text Messaging Harassment Stealing Passwords Blogs Web Sites Sending Pictures through E-mail and Cell Phones Internet Polling Interactive Gaming Sending Porn and Other Junk E-Mail and IMs How to Prevent Cyberbullying? Understanding and talking about cyberbullying Updating existing policies and practices Making reporting cyberbullying easier Promoting the positive use of technology Teaching critical thinking on websites Teaching Netiquette Students TeachersHave been cyberbullied 30%25%Have cyberbullied 36%-Have been bullied by mobile 19%10%Have bullied via mobile 15%-Have taken scenes of violence on mobile 11%-How to react:1.Not to visit social sites 15%-2.To ignore 14%25%3.Don’t know 20%75%Do we need regulations atschool: 1.Yes 14% 30% 2.No 59% 25% You Tube - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNumIY9D7uY Kidsmart - http://www.kidsmart.org.uk/skills-school/ Digizen.org - http://www.digizen.org Daily Mail http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ BBCNews - http://www.bbc.co.uk/ The aims of our lessons 1.To teach students to be SMART on the Net 2.To identify and tackle instances of CYBERBULLYING 3.To provide practical advice and information on HOW TO PREVENT CYBERBULLYING 4. Prepare leaflets, posters and presentations with the students Course Books Opportunities: Pre-intermediate – ‘Communication’, ‘The Web’Intermediate – ‘The Media’, ‘Schools’, ‘Mind Your Manners’, ‘Civilised?’Upper-Intermediate – ‘Artificial Intelligence’, ‘Society’, ‘Conflict Resolution’ Integration: IT lessons Foundations of Life Safety Children-parents meetings School conferences Staff meetings ttT== tt THANK YOU