Lesson Plan Digital Citizenry

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A lesson plan to help students understand how to become a positive citizen in a digital world.

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LessonPlanForDigitalCitizenryNameofclass:ComputerandSocialMediaEthicsLengthofclass:42Minutes(LengthoftheclassesinmyPracticum)LEARNINGGOALS/STANDARDStobeaddressedinthislesson: Goal:Studentswillunderstandtheconceptofethicsandtherelationshiptheyhavewithsocialmediaanddigitalinteraction.Standard:XV.EthicalandLegalIssuesAchievementStandard:Describe,analyze,develop,andfollowpoliciesformanagingethicalandlegalissuesinorganizationsandinatechnologybasedsocietyhttps://www.nbea.org/newsite/curriculum/standards/info_technology.htmlLEARNINGOBJECTIVES: StudentswillbeabletosummarizethecommunitypoliciesandreportingsystemforFacebook,Twitter,Instagram,andYoutube.StudentswillbeabletodescribethecharacteristicsofaadigitalcitizenStudentswillbeabletocreateanarrativeaboutthemselvesbeingadigitalcitizen.CONTENT: Ethics CyberBullying Reportingprocess SocialMedia appropriatebehavior inappropriatebehaviorSKILLS: researchingpolicies definingconcepts CollaborationRESOURCES/MATERIALSNEEDED: InternetAccess ProjectorLEARNINGPLANLAYOUTLESSONPLANSEQUENCE&PACING1.Aftereveryoneisintheclassroomandseateditwillbetimetointroducethelesson.Togetstartedthestudentsaregoingtobeasked:Whatdoesitmeantobeanethicaldigitalcitizen.(9Minutes)2.Oncethegroupshavehadachancetoshareouttheywillusethefrayermodelstocomeupwithadefinition,example,andnonexample.Thegroupswillbreakagaintotakefiveminutestocompletethefrayermodelthathasaspaceforbothethicsandsocialmedia.(8Minutes)3.AstheclassgetsdonewiththefrayermodelthegroupswillbebroughtbacktogethertoworkonabubblemapusingPadlet.Thelinkis:http://padlet.com/kolton_boyer/poupvebi6bmp.Studentscanindividuallyaddadjectivesthatfitbestwithspecificwordsfromtheircomputers.Thisportionshouldtakeapproximatelyfiveminuteswithdemonstrations.(5Minutes)4.Afterthebubblemapfillsinwithrelevantexamplesitisgoingtobetimeforadiscussiontobridgestudentsknowledgetosocialmedia.Thisbridgeisgoingtobeadiscussthatisbasedaroundaflowofquestions.Theendingpointwillbeapersonthatiswillingtoadvocateforothers.Togetthereisgoingtobeimportanttostartwithquestionslikewhichofthesecharacteristicsdowefindmostimportant?Whichofthesecharacteristicswouldweliketoencourageinothers?WhatdowethinkofX,Y,ANDZ?IdeallyXYZwouldincludereporting.Ifitdoesntthenasking,Wouldreportinginappropriatebehaviorbeone?wouldbeneeded.(5minutes)5.OncethestudentshavereachedthepointthattheyacknowledgethatreportinginappropriatecommentsisimportanttheywouldbreakintogroupstoreviewthereportingpoliciesofFacebook,Twitter,Youtube,andInstagram.(10minutes)6.Assessment.Towrapuptheclassthestudentswillbeaskedtowriteareflectivestatementwiththeprompt:Howcanyoubecomeanethicaldigitalcitizen.ACTIVATE/ENGAGE/EXPLORECapturestudentattention,activatestudentpriorknowledge,stimulatethinking,raisekeyquestions,Allowstudentstoobserve,designandplanexperiments,etc.ACQUIRE/EXPLAINIntroducelaws,models,theories,andvocabulary.Guidestudentstowardcoherentgeneralizations,andhelpstudentsunderstandandusescientificvocabularytoexplaintheresultsoftheirexplorationsAPPLY/ELABORATEProvidestudentsopportunitytoapplytheirknowledgetonewdomains,raisenewquestions,andexplorenewhypotheses.Mayalsoincluderelatedproblemsforstudentstosolve.ASSESS/EVALUATEAdministerassessment(althoughcheckingforunderstandingshouldbedonethroughoutthelesson)WordEthicsMydefinition: Examples: Nonexamples: WordSocialMediaMydefinition: Examples: Nonexamples: