<> You can understand the risks associated with Social Networking and Cyberbullying.
<> You know about safe practice when using the Internet and how to report concerns
<> Know that personal responsibilities extend to online activities.
<> You understand the consequences of inappropriate actions when using online systems and social media
<> You can create a presentation to highlight key information.
<> You can combine a range of information in your presentation e.g. text, images links etc.
<> The information presented is consistently formatted and accurate.
<> You can present your information in a suitable style for the target audience.
<> You can evaluate your work effectively and make changes if required.
<> You know how to protect their online identity and privacy
<> You know how to stay safe when using online systems and social media
<> Know how to recognise and avoid cyber crime
<> Your presentation is effective and tailored specifically for your target audience.
<> All content is error free and correct.
<> Your evaluation is thorough and changes made are suitable.
<> You have extended your work to offer advice to students requiring help.
Attachment - A file which is ‘attached’ and sent with a standard text email message. Often photographs or Word documents are attached to emails.
Online – Describes when your devise is connected to the internet.
Username - A series of letters and numbers you type into your computer, email account or other computer network service to tell it who you are.
Password - A series of letters, numbers and characters that you enter to get into your computer, internet connection, email or websites that you are registered with.
Social Networking – The activity of creating personal and business relationships with other people especially by sharing information, personal messages, etc., on the Internet.
Cyber Bullying – The use of a computer or phone to bully a person, by sending messages that could cause distress or intimidation.
SPAM - Junk email sent to many people at once, usually involving advertising or offering services. SPAM is very deeply frowned upon by most internet users, and where it involves advertising or a false return address it is particularly disliked.
Virus – A piece of code designed to reproduce and damage data or system performance.
Junk email - Direct marketing sent by email rather than by the post.
Logging in - Using a username and password to prove your identity so that you can enter your computer or internet account.
Download - Getting a file onto your computer from another computer on the internet.
Firewall - A program which sits between your computer and the internet and watches for hacking, viruses or unapproved data transfer.
Email - Electronic mail. Messages (sometimes with attachments) sent over the internet from one email address to another.
Hacking - Unauthorised access to a computer, its files and programs by a ‘hacker’, a computer expert who can break through its security.
Anti-virus - Anti-virus software helps protect your computer from viruses.
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[message]"…and will get back to you ASAP via [email]. Catch you soon.
Have a great day!!
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