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Observation 8 Bounce Back Lesson

Lesson Topic/Focus:

Bounce Back

AusVELS Domain(s):

School based program Social and

Emotional Learning.

AusVELS strand (s):



Year level(s): 5 & 6


20 min

AusVELS substrand(s):
Learning Standard(s)/Outcome(s):
- Awareness of cyber safety in the world they live in
- Contribution to discussion
- Realistic outcomes and responses to situations.
- Understanding of cyber safe practices.
Teaching focus:
(Chosen by Associate Teacher)

Awareness of cyber safety and strategies to support them.

Background to the learning:

Teacher (Teacher resources to inform your content knowledge)
- www.cybersmart.gov.au
- ACMA unit this lesson follows this unit
- Bounce Back by Toni Nobel & Helen McGrath
Student (Identify Students background and current knowledge of topic)
- Previous Bounce Back lessons and knowledge
Lesson resources:

Interactive whiteboard

Lesson content:

A. Introduction


Students enter the classroom and on their desks are worksheets that have a
column for cyberbullying and bullying.
The students brainstorm what they know about these two concepts on the
worksheet for 3minutes and then discuss as a class.
What is bullying? What is cyberbullying?
How could you and I verbally bully someone online? Skype, face-time, videochat, gaming chat
Does anyone have any questions about cyberbullying or bullying?

____ mins
- The students watch a short video from the Cybersmart website that is centred on
cyberbullying and different strategies for handling cyberbullying.
- The video is interactive and allows opportunities to stop and discuss certain issues
questions that arise during the video.
Any thoughts on what you have seen so far?
Would you call it bullying? Why/why not?
What could she do?

The teacher explains the situation more clearly and offers other suggestions of
things she could do to stop the bullying.
The teacher discusses catastrophizing and how even though it may not be quite
that bad a situation and not everyone is bullying you/laughing at you like it
appears, something still needs to be done because no one should feel that way
What should/could she do now that it is at the ridiculous stage?
Is there something you could do to stop something like this getting to far with
your friends?
The teacher explains how the students in this class have the opportunity to be the
middle person that says hold on this isnt funny, stopping the bullying before it
gets out of control.

Consolidation, practice, extension
- The teacher provides the opportunity for any comments or questions.
- The students are referred back to their sheets and further discuss cyberbullying.
What are some things that can allow cyberbullying? Laptop, Skype, online
Hands up, who has been bullied?
How did that make you feel?
____ mins
- The teacher discusses the importance of not talking to people online that you do
not know.
- The teacher stresses the point that you dont need a lot of online friends, whats
important is the people in the real world, the friends from school and family life.
- The students are reminded that telling a trustworthy adult or authoritative figure
something to make yourself or someone else feel better/safe/comfortable is not
considered dobbing.
Students are reminded of the dangers of sharing personal information with
strangers online and online in general.