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Main Curriculum Tie:
Background For Teachers:
Student Prior Knowledge:
The teacher librarian will explain the significance of those components in both students' academic/professional and personal lives.
Students should then watch a series of videos starting with "A Conversation with the Internet" (focusing on how being conscious of our Internet-posting choices, online interactions with others, and balancing digital time with real world interactions).
The second video will be about how we choose our news (focusing on reliability and validity of data and how it affects us personally, academically, and professionally). The next video is about how false news can spread (focusing on the importance of reliable sources and the citation/reference process).
The last video is about exploring a teen's digital footprint (focusing on social media interaction and safety and how that matters academically or professionally).
After viewing each video students will be given time to write down how each of the digital citizenship concepts in the videos impacts them both academically/professionally and personally.
They will need to create a web or organizer of some type with Powerpoint, Google Drawings, or another type of graphic creator to demonstrate what they have learned.
Their graphic must show understanding of digital citizenship components on an academic or professional level, as well as on a personal level.
Students will later share their graphic as a whole class or in small groups.
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