Health Education - 5th Grade
Strand 3: SAFETY AND DISEASE PREVENTION (SDP) Standard 5.SDP.3:
1 class periods of 45 minutes each
Fifth grade students will be taught and demonstrate knowledge of various types of cyberbullying. Students will demonstrate knowledge of ways to appropriate deal with cyberbullying.
Worksheet found on page 49.
1:25 video on "what's cyberbullying"
Students will each need a copy of the From Bystander to Upstander worksheet.
Information from Common Sense Education describing cyberbullying, prevalence rates, ways to identify cyberbullying, and ways to prevent it.
The teacher should have a solid understanding of the definition of cyberbullying, including how it differs from face to face bullying. They should know the definitions of bystanders and upstanders. The teacher should be familiar with when and how they should intervene if they notice cyberbullying. Finally, they should be aware of ways they can prevent cyberbullying.
Knowledge of citizenship and prior exposure to themes of digital citizenship.
Students will be able to define cyberbullying, bystander, and upstander, and identify appropriate ways to respond to cyberbullying.
Worksheet on page 50
The worksheet "From Bystanders to Upstanders" will be used as the assessment tool. A high percentage of students should be able to accurately code each response as either Upstander or Bystander. If not, re-teaching or review will be necessary.