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Everything You Need to Know About Online Safety. : 

Everything You Need to Know About Online Safety. Mrs. Johns’ Computer Class Publishing Co. ©October 2010 All Rights Reserved ©November 2010 Alexis , Katelyn, Morgan

Internet Safety Experience : 

Internet Safety Experience I am going to tell you a story about why it is so important to keep your passwords a secret. Someone told me a story about how their nephew had given his password to a friend and his friend sent mean emails to the teacher and since it was his email address he got in trouble and he had no proof that his friend did it so his friend did not get in trouble. So that is why it is so important to keep your passwords a secret.

Netiquette : 

Netiquette Netiquette is just like etiquette. It is just as important to be nice online as it is to be in real life. Netiquette is just as important as etiquette. Netiquette is very important.

Cyber Bullying, : 

Cyber Bullying, If it makes someone feel bad or unsafe it’s cyber bullying. Some bullies do it to make themselves feel better. If a bully has had a bad day all that they think will help is to make someone else feel bad. Fighting back is one thing you shouldn’t do. They just want to get a reaction out of you. Treat other people as you would like to be treated. No No, don’t do that. That’s talking behind someone's back.

Online Safety : 

Online Safety Check before you give anything out online. Be extra careful in chat rooms. Tell someone if someone makes you feel bad. Protect your passwords. Be nice and respect other people. Think about what you write. If it will hurt someone's feelings, don’t send it.

Other Tips and Advice : 

Other Tips and Advice Just remember the story I told you. Make sure a parent or adult knows where you are online. If you get rude emails don’t reply. Don’t give info out unless you have a parent or a teacher knows what you are doing.

If someone sends you a nasty email you should: : 

If someone sends you a nasty email you should: a. Send a nasty message back. b. Send a nice message asking them to leave you alone. c. Get off of your computer and tell a parent.

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No sorry Click here to go back.

Slide 9: 

Yes, good job. Go on to next question.

What do you do when someone offers you a free iPod or a prize online? : 

What do you do when someone offers you a free iPod or a prize online? a. Click on the advertisement b. Do not click on it and tell a parent.

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No sorry Click here to go back.

Slide 12: 

Yes, good job. This is the end. Now, go to our resources page.

Rules and Tips : 

Rules and Tips -Don’t give your password to your friends. Don’t chat with anybody you don’t know online. Keep your identity a secret. If a person tries to friend you on Facebook or anything else say no unless you know them.

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- Microsoft PowerPoint http://www.jogtheweb.com/run/nRuaTWBrQ4YV/Internet-Safety We used Tracking Teresa and the Tim and Moby videos to help us. We would like you to see them. All that you have to do is click on the blue link and it will bring you to the videos we used.  By: Morgan C., Katelyn F., Alexis L. We hope you like it.

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