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Key Assessment Part 1: Identification of Learning Problem

Audience:
My learners will consist of 22 fifth graders at Sand Hill Elementary School (SHES). There are
currently 9 males and 13 females in this class. The number of students may fluctuate as students
enter our school, are assigned to this class, and withdraw from our school. Most of the fifth
graders are currently 10 years old and 1 student is eleven. The majority (17) of the students in
this class have been enrolled in our school since Kindergarten. The other 5 students have
attended SHES for at least two years. Six students are in the Gifted and Talented program. One
student receives speech assistance. One student is hearing impaired and wears bilateral hearing
aids. All students have received some internet safety instruction each school year at SHES. The
main goal is for the students to learn how to become safe and responsible digital citizens.
Problem Identification
Mr. Iten and I are collaborating on this unit. The unit focuses on Internet Safety which ties in
with some of his Social Studies standards. It is important for these students to be educated in
Internet Safety as they will be exposed often to the Internet. Their exposure will be within and
outside of school. It is very important that they know and understand the issues related to internet
usage. Local policies recognize the need for this training by including good internet citizenship
as a discipline to be taught within the county. These issues are basic rules of use within the
internet. More important to internet usage is internet safety, cyberbullying and social networking
etiquette.
Instructional Goals
1. The learner is able to identify Internet safety rules.
2. Students will understand what cyberbullying is and how to deal with it.
3. Students will understand how to use social networking appropriately and safely.
This is a feasible unit to deliver in 4 sessions because of its narrow focus on the four basic
Internet safety rules, cyberbullying, and using social networking sites safely. Students should be
able to achieve success because of cyber safety lessons taught in previous school years.

I decided to use Edmodo as my delivery system. I have decided to work with Mr. Itens
homeroom. This class is self-motivated and work independently better than the other three
groups. I also looked at each students enrollment history and this class has 17 students who have
only attended SHES. I feel that stability in enrollment will help with fewer changes during the
learning module. Classes attend Computer Literacy class on a Canady Innovative Scheduling 4
day rotation. Each session lasts 40 minutes. Class begins at 1:50 PM and ends at 2:30 PM.
Lessons plans are written for four consecutive days then change when group rotations repeat.
I have asked Dr. Sayra Harris, Media Specialist at our school, to serve as my mentor. She has 14
years experience in education. Dr. Harris earned her Bachelors from Georgia Southern
University December 2001 B.Ed Middle Grades Education with emphasis in Science and Social
Studies. She earned her M. Ed Instructional Technology (Media Specialist Certification) from
Georgia Southern University in May 2006. Dr. Harris earned her Ed. D. in Teacher Leadership
from Walden University in December 2008.

Key Assessment Part II: Learner Analysis

Learner Analysis
General Characteristics:
According to the Statewide Longitudinal Data System (SLDS) the SHES student population is
represented by the following characteristics. There are eighty-nine percent White/non-Hispanic,
six percent Black/non-Hispanic, two percent Hispanic, two percent multi-racial and one percent
Asian. Fifty-five percent of the targeted learners are economically disadvantaged. There are no
learners in the group classified as English Language Learners (ELL). Approximately 50% of
SHES students lack computer and/or internet access at home.
Specific Characteristics:
This group of students consists of 22 fifth graders at Sand Hill Elementary School (SHES). There
are currently 9 males and 13 females in this class. The number of students may fluctuate as
students enter our school, are assigned to this class, and withdraw from our school. Most of the
fifth graders are currently 10 years old and 1 student is eleven. The majority (17) of the students
in this class have been enrolled in our school since Kindergarten. The other 5 students have
attended SHES for at least two years. None of the targeted learners have been retained in
elementary school. Six students are in the Gifted and Talented program. Three students have
been diagnosed with ADD (Attention Deficient Disorder) and are currently being treated to help
them focus in school. One student receives speech assistance. One student is hearing impaired
and wears bilateral hearing aids. No accommodations are necessary for the identified students
with special needs in this online learning module. All students have received some keyboarding
and software instruction each school year at SHES.
Entry Competencies:
Most students at SHES are excited and very motivated to attend Computer Literacy class. They
show an eagerness to learn and are motivated to experience all that is offered. Another indication
of learner motivation is the lack of discipline problems experienced. Information gathered from a

student survey and teacher observations indicate that learners prefer the use of games as a
learning tool. They especially enjoy advancing in games and watching their progress. Students
are excited to set goals and to work to obtain them. They are driven by competition. Several
sources of compiled data have been used to complete the learner analysis. The sources consist of
SHES records as well as compiled Effingham County and Georgia state records.
Introduction
The targeted group of learners is third through fifth grade at Sand Hill Elementary School
(SHES) in Guyton, Georgia. The targeted group is forty-five percent of the student population at
SHES. Based on Effingham Countys Infinite Campus database attendance records, the learners
represent 241 students. This group consists of forty-seven percent boys and fifty-three percent
girls. According to the Statewide Longitudinal Data System (SLDS), there are eighty-nine
percent White/non-Hispanic, six percent Black/non-Hispanic, two percent Hispanic, two percent
multi-racial and one percent Asian. Fifty-five percent of the targeted learners are economically
disadvantaged and twenty percent are students with disabilities. There are no learners in the
group classified as English Language Learners (ELL). Five percent of the learners have been
retained at some point in the elementary experience. Gifted learners represent eleven percent of
the targeted group. Several sources of compiled data have been used to complete the learner
analysis. The sources consist of SHES records as well as compiled Effingham County and state
records.
Learner Guidance:
Edmodo are programs incorporated into this unit. The targeted group of learners has or will have
exposure to the necessary software prior to beginning this unit. I will conduct an introductory
lesson prior to beginning this learning experience to familiarize my students with this digital
learning environment. My paraprofessional and I will be available in the lab to assist students as
needed. Students will be expected to complete assignments independently in the Technology
computer lab.

Entry Skills and Prior Knowledge


Fifty percent of the learners in the targeted group have access to a computer. Their level of
knowledge and ability is reinforced by computer use and training at SHES. Students in
kindergarten through fifth grade attend Computer Literacy class. Students learn the parts of a
computer workstation, how to use a PC, applications, and websites that are grade level
appropriate. Lessons are aligned with the ISTE Standards for students (StandardsS) developed
by the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE). Along with Computer Literacy
classes, learners are further exposed to computer use by their respective classroom teachers
through assignments and projects as they tie in academics to computer applications.
Learners who maintain their attendance at SHES receive a thorough education and training of PC
use, understanding, and interaction. Learners new to SHES are quickly assessed for Computer
Literacy knowledge and extra effort is provided to fill any detected limitations. Individual
attention is given to those who are not as computer literate as their peers.
Attitudes toward Content & Academic Motivation
Most students at SHES are excited and very motivated to attend their Computer Literacy classes.
Based on personal observations and conversations with students, learners comment positively
about their experience in this class. Many students have expressed how excited they are when
they go to class. They show an eagerness to learn and are motivated to experience all that is
offered. Teachers have also commented about how excited their learners are attending these
classes. Another indication of learner motivation is the lack of discipline problems experienced
in Computer Literacy class. If students were less motivated discipline issues would be more
prevalent.
Educational Ability Levels
The Criterion-Referenced Competency Test (CRCT) is used to measure student performance in
Reading, English/Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. Test results indicate
how well learners obtain the skills and knowledge for the five main content areas. Individual
student strengths and weaknesses are discovered through participation in this test. Identification
of learners strengths and weaknesses provide information needed to help teachers plan

instruction to meet their academic needs. In Effingham County this test is administered to 3rd, 4th,
and 5th graders in the elementary schools to limit expenses. CRCT testing results show the
learners at Sand Hill have average to above average capability. The test was administered to 3rd,
4th, and 5th graders at Sand Hill during the spring of 2013. The peer group is other 3rd, 4th, and 5th
grade learners in the state of Georgia who took the test during the same period. The performance
indicators show ninety-five percent of SHES learners meet or exceed their peer group
expectations in Reading and Language Arts. In Math ninety-three percent of the learners met or
exceeded expectations. The tested SHES learners also achieved in Science and Social Studies
with ninety-one and ninety-four percent, respectively.
Special adaptations are provided for learners with special needs. Trackballs are available for
those with reduced or limited motor skills. Special keyboards and oversized monitors are
provided for those learners with vision impairment.
General Learning Preferences
Information gathered from a student survey and teacher observations indicates that learners
prefer the use of games as a learning tool. They enjoy earning game tokens or rewards. It is
especially gratifying to learners as they earn tokens or points that they can use to buy game
rewards. The rewards in each program vary depending on its format. Rewards may be earning
trophies and certificates, unlocking characters, accumulating points to decorate the avatars
room, or collecting coins to buy new clothes, toys, and other items for the avatar. They are
excited by setting a goal and obtaining it. Learners are driven by earning online rewards.
Attitude toward Teachers and School
Most students enjoy attending Sand Hill Elementary School. Many have expressed regret when
they are promoted from 5th to 6th grade and must leave to attend middle school. Past students of
SHES have returned years later, some as adults, to express their gratitude to their past teachers.
Some have returned to say they are sorry for the disruptions they caused when they attended
SHES. Several parents have also commented on the loving nature of the SHES staff. This facility
is known as the little school with a big heart.

Group Characteristics (including social characteristics and relevant cultural information)


Sand Hill Elementary School is located in the rural setting of Effingham County. This county is a
bedroom community to nearby Savannah. SHES students, as well as all students in Effingham
County, are required to wear school uniforms so their physical appearance does not cause
distractions in the educational setting. Fifty-five percent of the targeted learners receive either
free or reduced lunch. SHES qualifies as a Title I school. The majority of the learners are White
and from non-Hispanic heritage. There are no non-English speaking students in the targeted
learners. Five percent of the targeted learners have been retained for one year. Therefore, the
learner population is age appropriate. Twenty percent of the learners have a disability. No special
supplies are needed for Computer Literacy class; therefore, no learners are lacking supplies.

Key Assessment Part III: Task Analysis


This assessment is based on the following instructional strategy categories of principles & rules
and attitude. Affective and cognitive domains are represented by the terminal and enabling
objectives in this design. Collectively the instructional strategies incorporated in this design
capture the details and actions needed for the design. Having the detailed information allows the
final design to fit the needs. No assumptions are made in the design toward the knowledge level
of the learners with regard to digital safety. The learners will be given a pre-test and a post-test to
assess their internet safety knowledge. Edmodo is an online web 2.0 tool used during this unit.
Students are familiar with this tool and are eager to use it again.
Subject Matter Expert (SME)
As the Computer Literacy Instructor at Sand Hill Elementary School (SHES) I am uniquely
qualified to be the SME for this task analysis. I have been in this position for nine years. My
responsibilities include teaching Computer Literacy to Kindergarten through Fifth grade,
troubleshooting all technology equipment (wireless pads/pens, projectors, televisions, student
responders, digital still and video cameras, webcams, document cameras, microphones, DVD
players, printers, scanners, staff and student computer workstations), setting up new computer
workstations and printers, imaging new computers, troubleshooting software, overseeing the
resource lab, sub-site director for the school website, school photographer, yearbook creation,
inventory all technology equipment, and assisting teachers with computers and other technology
equipment. During my time in this position my knowledge of computer literacy has grown and
expanded. My formal training is a B.S. in Early Childhood Education from Armstrong Atlantic
State University (1984) in Savannah, Georgia. I have the endorsement for teaching Gifted and
Talented students and the Teacher Support Specialist endorsement. I am currently working on
my Masters in Instructional Technology at Georgia Southern University located in Statesboro,
Georgia.

Task Analysis Outline


1. What are the basic Internet safety rules?
1.1 The learner is able to select the correct internet safety rules.
1.2 The learner is able to select the proper response to an online scenario
2. What is cyberbullying and how do you respond to it?
2.1 The learner is able to identify the types of cyberbullying.
2.2 The learner is able to select the proper response to an online scenario.
3. Does the learner understand how to use social networking appropriately and safely?
3.1 The learner demonstrates what information to keep private.
4. How will learners access the training?
4.1

Location of learner
4.1a

At school
4.1a.1 Computer is up and running in classroom to save time.

4.2

Activate link to website or software.

4.3

Select appropriate differentiated activity.

4.4

Complete activity.

4.5

Submit activity.

4.6

Close website/Logoff.

4.7

Return PC to its original status.

Task Analysis Flowchart

Key Assessment Part IV: Instructional Objectives


Terminal Objective 1: The learner is able to identify Internet safety rules.
Enabling Objectives:
1A

The learner is able to select the correct internet safety rules.

Cognitive Domain

1B

The learner is able to select the proper response to an online scenario.

Cognitive

Domain
Terminal Objective 2: Students will understand what cyberbullying is and how to deal with it.
Enabling Objectives:
2A.

The learner is able to identify the types of cyberbullying.

Affective Domain

2B

The learner is able to select the proper response to an online scenario.

Affective

Domain
Terminal Objective 3: Students understand how to use social networking appropriately and
safely.
Enabling Objectives:
3A

The learner demonstrates what information to keep private. Cognitive Domain

Classification of Instructional Objectives

Performance
Content
Fact
Concept
Principles and rules
Procedure
Interpersonal
Attitude

Recall

Application
-

1,1A, 1B

2, 2A, 2B

3, 3A

Relationship of Instructional Objectives and Standards


1, 1A, 1B, 2, 2A, 2B, 3, 3A

5. Digital Citizenship
Students understand human, cultural, and societal issues related
to technology and practice legal and ethical behavior.

These are ISTE Standards for Students (International Society for Technology in EducationStandardsS).

Key Assessment Part V: Development of Assessments


Lessons

Instructional Strategies

Goals

Objectives

UDL

Terminal Objective
1: The learner is able
to identify Internet
safety rules.

Assessments

Lesson 1 Learners will view a


video that shows the
rules on internet safety.
Learners will be
provided with three
options. Option 1 is to
identify the proper
response from a
multiple choice list.
Option 2 is a fill-inthe-blank worksheet.
Option 3 is a matching
exercise with the
learner selecting the
correct response for the
given statements.

The learner is
able to
identify
Internet safety
rules.

Differentiation by
representation is used by
giving the learners a
choice of activities
which includes multiple
Enabling Objectives: choice, fill-in-the-blank
1A: The learner is
or matching. The choices
offer the learner the
able to select the
correct internet safety ability to select their
rules.
preference.
Differentiation by
1B: The learner is able multiple means of
to select the proper
expression and action is
response to an online
provided by these
scenario.
options.

Learners will be
provided with three
options. Option 1 is to
identify the proper
response from a
multiple choice list.
Option 2 is a fill-in-theblank worksheet.
Option 3 is a matching
exercise with the
learner selecting the
correct response for the
given statements.

Lesson 2 Learners will view a


video that discusses the
correct responses and
identification of
cyberbullying. Online
interactive documents
will give the learners 3
options to select their
choice of response
type. Option 1 is
multiple choice using
dropdown window

The learner is
able to
identify the
types of
cyberbullying.

Terminal Objective
2: Students will
understand what
cyberbullying is and
how to deal with it.

Online worksheets will


give the learners 2
options to select their
choice of response
type. Option 1 is
multiple choice using
dropdown window
selections. Option 2 is
true-false based on
presented scenarios.
Option 3 is a fill-in-theblank worksheet.

Enabling Objectives:
2A: The learner is
able to identify the
types of
cyberbullying.

Differentiation is given
by supplying the learners
a choice of worksheet
types to demonstrate
their knowledge. Option
1 is a multiple choice
worksheet. Option 2 is
true-false worksheet.
Option 3 is a fill-in-theblank worksheet. The
choices offer the learner
the ability to select their

selections. Option 2 is
true-false based on
presented scenarios.
Option 3 is a fill-inthe-blank worksheet.
Lesson 3 Learners will view a
video that discusses
safety issues related to
social networking.
Online worksheets will
give the learners 3
options to select their
choice of response
type. Option 1 is
multiple choice using
dropdown window
selections. Option 2 is
true-false. Option 3 is a
fill-in-the-blank
worksheet.

2B: The learner is able


to select the proper
response to an online
scenario.

Students will
understand
how to use
social
networking
appropriately
and safely.

preference.
Differentiation by
multiple means of
expression and action is
provided by these
options.
Differentiation is given
Terminal Objective
3: Students understand by supplying the learners
how to use social
a choice of worksheet
networking
types to demonstrate
appropriately and
their knowledge. Option
1 is a multiple choice
safely.
worksheet. Option 2 is a
Enabling Objectives:
true-false worksheet.
Option 3 is a fill-in-the3A: The learner
blank worksheet. The
demonstrates what
choices offer the learner
information to keep
the ability to select their
private.
preference.
Differentiation by
multiple means of
expression and action is
provided by these
options.

Online worksheets will


give the learners 3
options to select their
choice of response
type. Option 1 is
multiple choice using
dropdown window
selections. Option 2 is
true-false based on
presented scenarios.
Option 3 is a fill-in-theblank worksheet.

Key Assessment Part V: Differentiation Plan


Learners will have a choice to complete one of three assessments per objective. The assessments
have been designed to meet the needs of all learners. The UDL of the assessments is based on the
learner having to complete 1 of 3 options. The assessments for this instructional unit are
criterion-referenced since they are aligned with specific learning objectives. Learners are
expected to master the given objects. Objective 1 is classified as a rule type while objectives 2
and 3 are attitude based objectives.

Lesson 1
Option 1
Option 2

Option 3

Lesson 2
Option 1

Option 2

Option 3

Lesson 3
Option 1

Option 2

Option 3

Assessment
The learner will identify the
proper internet safety response
from a multiple choice list.
The learner will fill-in-theblank with the proper internet
safety response.
The learner will match the
proper internet safety response
for given scenarios.
The learner will identify the
proper responses to
cyberbullying scenarios from a
multiple choice list.
The learner will identify if a
response to a cyberbullying
scenario is true or false.
The learner will fill-in-theblank to create the correct
response to a cyberbullying
scenario.
The learner will identify the
proper safety response to social
networking scenarios from a
multiple choice list.
The learner will identify if a
social networking scenario is
appropriate or safe by labeling
it as true or false.
The learner will fill-in-theblank to create an appropriate or
safe response for social
networking.

UDL
The assessments provide multiple means of
engagement by offering learners the ability of
choice and autonomy to select their option to
complete (1, 2 or 3). Learners will have the
ability to select the assessment type that
appeals to them the most.

The assessments provide multiple means of


engagement by offering learners the ability of
choice and autonomy to select their option to
complete (1, 2 or 3). Learners will have the
ability to select the assessment type that
appeals to them the most.

The assessments provide multiple means of


engagement by offering learners the ability of
choice and autonomy to select their option to
complete (1, 2 or 3). Learners will have the
ability to select the assessment type that
appeals to them the most.

Pre-Assessment Evaluation

Pre-assessment: Online Situations Which rule should you follow?


Pre-assessment for the Digital Citizenship online module. Students will access it in Edmodo.

Question Prompt: 1

Total Points: 1

Bob is playing an online game and all of a sudden a pop-up appears on the screen. The
flashing ad says you can win a dirt bike if you type in your name and phone number.
Which rule should Bob follow?
I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.
I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address, and phone
number.
I won't meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.
Question Prompt: 2

Total Points: 1

Susie signs in to her email account. As she reads through her email list, Susie notices an
email from a girl in another class at school. Susie decides to open and read the email. She
discovers that the girl is being mean by saying hurtful things in the email. Susie becomes
angry and wants to send a hateful email back to her. What should Susie do?
I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.
I won't meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address, and phone
number.
I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.

Question Prompt: 3

Total Points: 1

Myra was chatting with someone online who said he really likes to skateboard, but doesn't
have anyone to skateboard with. After Myra tells him she likes to skateboard and goes to a
nearby skateboard park, Blades Skateboard Park, every Saturday. He asks if he can meet
Myra there and if shes coming alone. Which rule should Myra follow?
I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address, and phone
number.
I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.
I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.
I won't meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
Question Prompt: 4

Total Points: 1

Steve took $20 from his dad's wallet. His brother, Max, didn't want to get blamed for
taking the money, so he told their mom and Steve got into trouble. He sent a mean email to
Max. Steve called Max a tattle tale and threatened to tell all of his friends. Max becomes
angry with Steve and wanted to reply with a mean email to Steve. Which rule should Max
follow?
I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address, and phone
number.
I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.
I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.
I won't meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.

Question Prompt: 5

Total Points: 1

Kemarie's friends were talking about a new games website that required you to become a
member to play the games. Kemarie checked out the website and discovered that he would
have to type in his email address, name, address, and phone number to join. Which rule
should Kemarie follow?
I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.
I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address, and phone
number.
I won't meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.
Question Prompt: 6

Total Points:

James was IMing his friend Hank about a new movie that had just been released at the
theater. Hank saw the movie on opening night and thought it was stupid. James saw the
movie the next day and thought it was great. Hank said that only stupid people would like
that movie. James is upset with Hank for making fun of him. What rule should he follow?
I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address, and phone
number.
I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.
I won't meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.

Question Prompt: 7
Total Points: 1
Cody, Hunter, Evan, Dillon, and Geoff are playing a war game online and talking with
each other on their headsets. They let a guy they don't know join the game. Everything
seemed fine until Dillon won the game. The new guy got angry and started threatening
Dillon. Dillon was a little worried this guy would show up at his house. Which rule should
Dillon follow?
I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.
I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address, and phone
number.
I won't meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.
Question Prompt: 8
Total Points: 1
Kirsten was searching for pictures on the Internet for her Science project. She typed in her
key terms and clicked on one that sounded like it would have pictures of tornadoes. To
Kirsten's surprise the pictures were not tornadoes; the pictures were not nice. What rule
should she follow?
I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.
I won't meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address, and phone
number.
I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.

Question Prompt: 9
Total Points: 1
Vanessa was watching her favorite cartoons online. She accidentally clicked on a link that
took her to a site she didn't mean to go to. The website gave her that "uh oh" feeling.
Which rule should she follow?
I won't meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.
I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.
I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address, and phone
number.
Question Prompt: 10
Total Points: 1
Miracle was playing a shopping game online. She was able to chat with other players. One
of the other girls seemed very friendly and liked the same styles as Miracle. The friendly
girl thought it would be great if Miracle could meet her at the mall so they could shop
together for real clothes. Which rule should Miracle follow?
I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.
I won't meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address, and phone
number.
I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.

Activity 1 Option 1

Online Safety

Name: Click here to enter text

Activity 1 Option 1

Date: Click here to enter text

Online Safety Rules


Use the drop menu/drop box in each item to select your answer.
1. I will tell my choose an item if anything makes me feel sad,
scared, or confused.
2. I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like choose
an item.
3. I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like choose
an item.
4. I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like choose
an item.
5. I will always use good choose an item when I am online.
6. I will not be rude or choose an item to others when I am online.
7. The Internet is where I can learn and play, but I have to be choose
an item every day.
8. I pledge to be choose an item online and follow the Internet Safety
Rules all of the time.
9. I will not meet face-to-face with anyone from the choose an item
without permission from my parents.
10.
If I get that Uh Oh feeling while online, I will show my
choose an item the computer screen.

Activity 1 Option 1 Answer Key

Online Safety

Name: KEY

Activity 1 Option 1

Date: Click here to enter text

Online Safety Rules


Use the drop menu/drop box in each item to select your answer.
1. I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared,
or confused.
2. I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my
name.
3. I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my
home address.
4. I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my
phone number.
5. I will always use good netiquette when I am online.
6. I will not be rude or mean to others when I am online.
7. The Internet is where I can learn and play, but I have to be careful
every day.
8. I pledge to be safe online and follow the Internet Safety Rules all
of the time.
9. I will not meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet without
permission from my parents.
10.
If I get that Uh Oh feeling while online, I will show my
trusted adult the computer screen.

Activity 1 Option 2

Use the text box to type in your answer for each item. Use the words
provided in the word bank below to complete each statement.
Word Bank:
netiquette
my name

mean
Internet

my address
trusted
adult

careful
trusted
adult

safe
my phone
number

1. I will tell my Click here to enter text if anything makes me feel


sad, scared, or confused.
2. I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like Click
here to enter text.
3. I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like Click
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4. I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like Click
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5. I will always use good Click here to enter text when I am online.
6. I will not be rude or Click here to enter text to others when I am
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7. The Internet is where I can learn and play, but I have to be Click
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8. I pledge to be Click here to enter text online and follow the
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10.
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Activity 1 Option 2 Answer Key

Online Safety

Name: KEY

Activity 1 Option 2

Date: Click here to enter text


Online Safety Rules

Use the text box to type in your answer for each item. Use the words
provided in the word bank below to complete each statement.

Word Bank:
netiquette
my name

mean
Internet

my address
trusted adult

careful
trusted adult

safe
my phone
number

1. I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or


confused.
2. I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name
3. I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my address.
4. I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my phone
number.
5. I will always use good netiquette when I am online.
6. I will not be rude or mean to others when I am online.
7. The Internet is where I can learn and play, but I have to be careful every day.
8. I pledge to be safe online and follow the Internet Safety Rules all of the
time.
9. I will not meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet without
permission from my parents.
10.If I get that Uh Oh feeling while online, I will show my trusted adult the
computer screen.

Activity 1 Option 3

Online Safety

Name: Click here to enter text

Activity 1 Option 3

Date: Click here to enter text


Online Safety Rules

Match the answers in the right column to the correct statement in


the left column by writing the letter for the answer choice in the
blank.
1. I will tell my ___ ____ if anything
makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.
2. I will ask my trusted adult before
sharing information like _____ _____.
3. I will ask my trusted adult before
sharing information like _____ _____.
4. I will ask my trusted adult before
sharing information like _____ _____.
5. I will always use good _____ when I am
online.
6. I will not be rude or _____ to others
when I am online.
7. The Internet is where I can learn and
play, but I have to be _____ every day.
8. I pledge to be _____ online and follow
the Internet Safety Rules all of the time.
9. I will not meet face-to-face with anyone
from the _____ without permission
from my parents
10.If I get that Uh Oh feeling while
online, I will show my _____ _____ the
computer screen.

a. netiquette
b. mean
c. trusted adult
d. my name
e. trusted adult
f. my phone number
g. careful
h. Internet
i. my address

j. safe

Activity 1 Option 3 Answer Key

Online Safety

Name: KEY

Activity 1 Option 3

Date: Click here to enter text


Online Safety Rules

Match the answers in the right column to the correct statement in the left
column by writing the letter for the answer choice in the blank.
1. I will tell my c_or e_ if anything
makes me feel sad, scared, or
confused.
2. I will ask my trusted adult before
sharing information like d, f or i.
3. I will ask my trusted adult before
sharing information like d, f or i.
4. I will ask my trusted adult before
sharing information like d, f or i.
5. I will always use good __a___ when I
am online.
6. I will not be rude or __b___ to others
when I am online.
7. The Internet is where I can learn and
play, but I have to be __g___ every
day.
8. I pledge to be __j___ online and
follow the Internet Safety Rules all of
the time.
9. I will not meet face-to-face with
anyone from the __h___ without
permission from my parents.
10.If I get that Uh Oh feeling while
online, I will show my ____c or e
_____ the computer screen.

a. netiquette

b. mean
c. trusted adult
d. my name
e. trusted adult
f. my phone number
g. careful

h. Internet

i. my address

j. safe

Activity 2 Option 1
Name: Click here to enter text.

Date: Click here to enter text

Online Situations Which rule should you follow?


Use the drop down list to select the correct answer. Be sure to answer
the questions on both pages.
1.

Bob is playing an online game and all of a sudden a pop-up appears on the
screen. The flashing ad says you can win a dirt bike if you type in your name
and phone number. Which rule should Bob follow? Choose an item.

2.

Susie signs in to her email account. As she reads through her email list, Susie
notices an email from a girl in another class at school. Susie decides to open
and read the email. She discovers that the girl is being mean by saying hurtful
things in the email. Susie becomes angry and wants to send a hateful email back
to her.
What should Susie do? Choose an item.

3.

Myra was chatting with someone online who said he really likes to skateboard,
but doesn't have anyone to skateboard with. After Myra tells him she likes to
skateboard and goes to a nearby skateboard park, Blades Skateboard Park,
every Saturday. He asks if he can meet Myra there and if shes coming alone.
Which rule should Myra follow? Choose an item.

4.

Steve took $20 from his dad's wallet. His brother, Max, didn't want to get
blamed for taking the money, so he told their mom and Steve got into trouble.
He sent a mean email to Max. Steve called Max a tattle tale and threatened to
tell all of his friends. Max becomes angry with Steve and wanted to reply with a
mean email to Steve. Which rule should Max follow? Choose an item.

5.

Kemarie's friends were talking about a new games website that required you to
become a member to play the games. Kemarie checked out the website and
discovered that he would have to type in his email address, name, address, and
phone number to join. Which rule should Kemarie follow? Choose an item.

Activity 2 Option 1

6.

James was IMing his friend Hank about a new movie that had just been released
at the theater. Hank saw the movie on opening night and thought it was stupid.
James saw the movie the next day and thought it was great. Hank said that only
stupid people would like that movie. James is upset with Hank for making fun
of him.
What rule should he follow? Choose an item.

7.

Cody, Hunter, Evan, Dillon, and Geoff are playing a war game online and
talking with each other on their headsets. They let a guy they don't know join
the game. Everything seemed fine until Dillon won the game. The new guy got
angry and started threatening Dillon. Dillon was a little worried this guy would
show up at his house.
Which rule should Dillon follow? Choose an item.

8.

Miracle was playing a shopping game online. She was able to chat with other
players. One of the other girls seemed very friendly and liked the same styles as
Miracle. The friendly girl thought it would be great if Miracle could meet her at
the mall so they could shop together for real clothes. Which rule should
Miracle follow? Choose an item.

9.

Vanessa was watching her favorite cartoons online. She accidentally clicked on
a link that took her to a site she didn't mean to go to. The website gave her that
"uh oh" feeling. Which rule should she follow? Choose an item.

10.

Kirsten was searching for pictures on the Internet for her Science project. She
typed in her key terms and clicked on one that sounded like it would have
pictures of tornadoes. To Kirsten's surprise the pictures were not tornadoes; the
pictures were not nice. What rule should she follow? Choose an item.

Activity 2 Option 1 Answer Key


Name: Click here to enter text.

Date: Click here to enter text

Online Situations Which rule should you follow?


Use the drop down list to select the correct answer. Be sure to answer
the questions on both pages.
1.

Bob is playing an online game and all of a sudden a pop-up appears on the
screen. The flashing ad says you can win a dirt bike if you type in your name
and phone number. Which rule should Bob follow? I will ask my trusted
adult before sharing information like my name, address, and phone
number.

2.

Susie signs in to her email account. As she reads through her email list, Susie
notices an email from a girl in another class at school. Susie decides to open
and read the email. She discovers that the girl is being mean by saying hurtful
things in the email. Susie becomes angry and wants to send a hateful email back
to her.
What should Susie do? I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or
mean online.

3.

Myra was chatting with someone online who said he really likes to skateboard,
but doesn't have anyone to skateboard with. After Myra tells him she likes to
skateboard and goes to a nearby skateboard park, Blades Skateboard Park,
every Saturday. He asks if he can meet her there and if shes coming alone.
Which rule should Myra follow? I won't meet face-to-face with anyone
from the Internet.

4.

Steve took $20 from his dad's wallet. His brother, Max, didn't want to get
blamed for taking the money, so he told their mom and Steve got into trouble.
He sent a mean email to Max. Steve called Max a tattle tale and threatened to
tell all of his friends. Max becomes angry with Steve and wanted to reply with a
mean email to Steve. Which rule should Max follow? I will always use good
netiquette and not be rude or mean online.

Activity 2 Option 1 Answer Key


5.

Kemarie's friends were talking about a new games website that required you to
become a member to play the games. Kemarie checked out the website and
discovered that he would have to type in his email address, name, address, and
phone number to join. Which rule should Kemarie follow? I will ask my
trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address, and phone
number.

6.

James was IMing his friend Hank about a new movie that had just been released
at the theater. Hank saw the movie on opening night and thought it was stupid.
James saw the movie the next day and thought it was great. Hank said that only
stupid people would like that movie. James is upset with Hank for making fun
of him.
What rule should he follow? I will always use good netiquette and not be
rude or mean online.

7.

Cody, Hunter, Evan, Dillon, and Geoff are playing a war game online and
talking with each other on their headsets. They let a guy they don't know join
the game. Everything seemed fine until Dillon won the game. The new guy got
angry and started threatening Dillon. Dillon was a little worried this guy would
show up at his house.
Which rule should Dillon follow? I will tell my trusted adult if anything
makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.

8.

Miracle was playing a shopping game online. She was able to chat with other
players. One of the other girls seemed very friendly and liked the same styles as
Miracle. The friendly girl thought it would be great if Miracle could meet her at
the mall so they could shop together for real clothes. Which rule should
Miracle follow? I won't meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.

9.

Vanessa was watching her favorite cartoons online. She accidentally clicked on
a link that took her to a site she didn't mean to go to. The website gave her that
"uh oh" feeling. Which rule should she follow? I will tell my trusted adult if
anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.

Activity 2 Option 1 Answer Key

10.

Kirsten was searching for pictures on the Internet for her Science project. She
typed in her key terms and clicked on one that sounded like it would have
pictures of tornadoes. To Kirsten's surprise the pictures were not tornadoes; the
pictures were not nice. What rule should she follow? I will tell my trusted
adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.

Activity 2 Option 2
Name: Click here to enter text.

Date: Click here to enter text

Online Situations Which rule should you follow?


Use the Answer Bank to select the correct answer to type in the active text
box for each scenario. Be sure to answer the questions on all three (3) pages.

Answer Bank:
I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad,
scared, or confused.
I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my
name, address, and phone number.
I wont meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean
online.
1.

Bob is playing an online game and all of a sudden a pop-up appears on the
screen. The flashing ad says you can win a dirt bike if you type in your name
and phone number. Which rule should Bob follow? Click here to enter text.

2.

Susie signs in to her email account. As she reads through her email list, Susie
notices an email from a girl in another class at school. Susie decides to open
and read the email. She discovers that the girl is being mean by saying hurtful
things in the email. Susie becomes angry and wants to send a hateful email back
to her.
What should Susie do? Click here to enter text.

3.

Myra was chatting with someone online who said he really likes to skateboard,
but doesn't have anyone to skateboard with. After Myra tells him she likes to
skateboard and goes to a nearby skateboard park, Blades Skateboard Park,
every Saturday. He asks if he can meet her there and if shes coming alone.
Which rule should Myra follow? Click here to enter text.

Activity 2 Option 2

Answer Bank:
I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or
confused.
I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name,
address, and phone number.
I wont meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.
4.

Steve took $20 from his dad's wallet. His brother, Max, didn't want to get
blamed for taking the money, so he told their mom and Steve got into trouble.
He sent a mean email to Max. Steve called Max a tattle tale and threatened to
tell all of his friends. Max becomes angry with Steve and wanted to reply with a
mean email to Steve. Which rule should Max follow? Click here to enter text.

5.

Kemarie's friends were talking about a new games website that required you to
become a member to play the games. Kemarie checked out the website and
discovered that he would have to type in his email address, name, address, and
phone number to join. Which rule should Kemarie follow? Click here to enter
text.

6.

James was IMing his friend Hank about a new movie that had just been released
at the theater. Hank saw the movie on opening night and thought it was stupid.
James saw the movie the next day and thought it was great. Hank said that only
stupid people would like that movie. James is upset with Hank for making fun
of him.
What rule should he follow? Click here to enter text.

7.

Cody, Hunter, Evan, Dillon, and Geoff are playing a war game online and
talking with each other on their headsets. They let a guy they don't know join
the game. Everything seemed fine until Dillon won the game. The new guy got
angry and started threatening Dillon. Dillon was a little worried this guy would
show up at his house.
Which rule should Dillon follow? Click here to enter text.

Activity 2 Option 2

Answer Bank:
I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad,
scared, or confused.
I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my
name, address, and phone number.
I wont meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean
online.
8.

Miracle was playing a shopping game online. She was able to chat with other
players. One of the other girls seemed very friendly and liked the same styles as
Miracle. The friendly girl thought it would be great if Miracle could meet her at
the mall so they could shop together for real clothes. Which rule should
Miracle follow? Click here to enter text.

9.

Vanessa was watching her favorite cartoons online. She accidentally clicked on
a link that took her to a site she didn't mean to go to. The website gave her that
"uh oh" feeling. Which rule should she follow? Click here to enter text.

10.

Kirsten was searching for pictures on the Internet for her Science project. She
typed in her key terms and clicked on one that sounded like it would have
pictures of tornadoes. To Kirsten's surprise the pictures were not tornadoes; the
pictures were not nice. What rule should she follow? Click here to enter text.

Activity 2 Option 2 Answer Key


Name: Click here to enter text.

Date: Click here to enter text

Online Situations Which rule should you follow?


Use the Answer Bank to select the correct answer to type in the active text
box for each scenario. Be sure to answer the questions on all three (3) pages.

Answer Bank:
I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad,
scared, or confused.
I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my
name, address, and phone number.
I wont meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean
online.
1.

Bob is playing an online game and all of a sudden a pop-up appears on the
screen. The flashing ad says you can win a dirt bike if you type in your name
and phone number. Which rule should Bob follow? I will tell my trusted adult
if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.

2.

Susie signs in to her email account. As she reads through her email list, Susie
notices an email from a girl in another class at school. Susie decides to open
and read the email. She discovers that the girl is being mean by saying hurtful
things in the email. Susie becomes angry and wants to send a hateful email back
to her.
What should Susie do? I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or
mean online.

3.

Myra was chatting with someone online who said he really likes to skateboard,
but doesn't have anyone to skateboard with. After Myra tells him she likes to
skateboard and goes to a nearby skateboard park, Blades Skateboard Park,
every Saturday. He asks if he can meet Myra there and if shes coming alone.
Which rule should Myra follow? I wont meet face-to-face with anyone from
the Internet.

Activity 2 Option 2 Answer Key

Answer Bank:
I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.
I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address,
and phone number.
I wont meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.
4. Steve took $20 from his dad's wallet. His brother, Max, didn't want to get blamed for taking

the money, so he told their mom and Steve got into trouble. He sent a mean email to Max.
Steve called Max a tattle tale and threatened to tell all of his friends. Max becomes angry
with Steve and wanted to reply with a mean email to Steve. Which rule should Max follow?
I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.
5. Kemarie's friends were talking about a new games website that required you to become a

member to play the games. Kemarie checked out the website and discovered that he would
have to type in his email address, name, address, and phone number to join. Which rule
should Kemarie follow? I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my
name, address, and phone number.
6. James was IMing his friend Hank about a new movie that had just been released at the

theater. Hank saw the movie on opening night and thought it was stupid. James saw the
movie the next day and thought it was great. Hank said that only stupid people would like
that movie. James is upset with Hank for making fun of him. What rule should he follow? I
will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.
7. Cody, Hunter, Evan, Dillon, and Geoff are playing a war game online and talking with each

other on their headsets. They let a guy they don't know join the game. Everything seemed
fine until Dillon won the game. The new guy got angry and started threatening Dillon. Dillon
was a little worried this guy would show up at his house. Which rule should Dillon follow?
I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.

Activity 2 Option 2 Answer Key

Answer Bank:
I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad,
scared, or confused.
I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my
name, address, and phone number.
I wont meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean
online.
8.

Miracle was playing a shopping game online. She was able to chat with other
players. One of the other girls seemed very friendly and liked the same styles as
Miracle. The friendly girl thought it would be great if Miracle could meet her at
the mall so they could shop together for real clothes. Which rule should
Miracle follow? I wont meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.

9.

Vanessa was watching her favorite cartoons online. She accidentally clicked on
a link that took her to a site she didn't mean to go to. The website gave her that
"uh oh" feeling. Which rule should she follow? I will tell my trusted adult if
anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.

10.

Kirsten was searching for pictures on the Internet for her Science project. She
typed in her key terms and clicked on one that sounded like it would have
pictures of tornadoes. To Kirsten's surprise the pictures were not tornadoes; the
pictures were not nice. What rule should she follow? I will tell my trusted
adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.

Activity 2 Option 3
Name: Click here to enter text.

Date: Click here to enter text

Online Situations Which rule should you follow?


My Rules for Internet Safety
1. I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.
2. I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address,
and phone number.
3. I wont meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
4. I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.
Use the drop down list to select True or False as the correct answer for each scenario. If
the scenarios answer is False, type the rule number that should be followed. Be sure to
answer the questions on both pages.
1. Bob is playing an online game and all of a sudden a pop-up appears on the screen. The

flashing ad says you can win a dirt bike if you type in your name and phone number. Which
rule should Bob follow? Bob should follow rule number 2. Choose an item.
If false, identify the rule number that Bob should follow. Click here to enter text.
2. Susie signs in to her email account. As she reads through her email list, Susie notices an

email from a girl in another class at school. Susie decides to open and read the email. She
discovers that the girl is being mean by saying hurtful things in the email. Susie becomes
angry and wants to send a hateful email back to her.
What should Susie do? Susie should follow rule number 3. Choose an item. If false,
identify the rule number Susie should follow. Click here to enter text.
3. Myra was chatting with someone online who said he really likes to skateboard, but doesn't

have anyone to skateboard with. After Myra tells him she likes to skateboard and goes to a
nearby skateboard park, Blades Skateboard Park, every Saturday. He asks if he can meet
Myra there and if shes coming alone.
Which rule should Myra follow? Myra should follow rule number 4. Choose an item.
If false, identify the rule number Myra should follow. Click here to enter text.
4. Steve took $20 from his dad's wallet. His brother, Max, didn't want to get blamed for taking

the money, so he told their mom and Steve got into trouble. He sent a mean email to Max.
Steve called Max a tattle tale and threatened to tell all of his friends. Max becomes angry
with Steve and wanted to reply with a mean email to Steve. Which rule should Max follow?
Max should follow rule number 4. Choose an item.
If false, identify the rule number Max should follow. Click here to enter text.

Activity 2 Option 3
5.

Kemarie's friends were talking about a new games website that required you to become a
member to play the games. Kemarie checked out the website and discovered that he would
have to type in his email address, name, address, and phone number to join. Which rule
should Kemarie follow? Kemarie should follow rule number 2. Choose an item. Click
here to enter text.
If false, identify the rule number Max should follow.

6. James was IMing his friend Hank about a new movie that had just been released at the
theater. Hank saw the movie on opening night and thought it was stupid. James saw the
movie the next day and thought it was great. Hank said that only stupid people would like
that movie. James is upset with Hank for making fun of him.
What rule should he follow? James should follow rule number 4. Choose an item.
If false, identify the rule number James should follow. Click here to enter text.
7. Cody, Hunter, Evan, Dillon, and Geoff are playing a war game online and talking with each
other on their headsets. They let a guy they don't know join the game. Everything seemed
fine until Dillon won the game. The new guy got angry and started threatening Dillon. Dillon
was a little worried this guy would show up at his house.
Which rule should Dillon follow? Dillon should follow rule number 4. Choose an item.
If false, identify the rule number Dillon should follow. Click here to enter text.
8. Miracle was playing a shopping game online. She was able to chat with other players. One of
the other girls seemed very friendly and liked the same styles as Miracle. The friendly girl
thought it would be great if Miracle could meet her at the mall so they could shop together
for real clothes. Which rule should Miracle follow?
Miracle should follow rule number 3. Choose an item.
If false, identify the rule number Miracle should follow. Click here to enter text.
9. Vanessa was watching her favorite cartoons online. She accidentally clicked on a link that
took her to a site she didn't mean to go to. The website gave her that "uh oh" feeling. Which
rule should Vanessa follow? Vanessa should follow rule number 1. Choose an item.
If false, identify the rule number Vanessa should follow. Click here to enter text.
10. Kirsten was searching for pictures on the Internet for her Science project. She typed in her
key terms and clicked on one that sounded like it would have pictures of tornadoes. To
Kirsten's surprise the pictures were not tornadoes; the pictures were not nice. What rule
should she follow? Kirsten should follow rule number 3. Choose an item.
If false, identify the rule number Kirsten should follow. Click here to enter text.

Activity 2 Option 3 Answer Key


Name: Click here to enter text.

Date: Click here to enter text

Online Situations Which rule should you follow?


My Rules for Internet Safety
1. I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.
2. I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address,
and phone number.
3. I wont meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
4. I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.
Use the drop down list to select True or False as the correct answer for each scenario. If
the scenarios answer is False, type the rule number that should be followed. Be sure to
answer the questions on both pages.
1. Bob is playing an online game and all of a sudden a pop-up appears on the screen. The

flashing ad says you can win a dirt bike if you type in your name and phone number. Which
rule should Bob follow? Bob should follow rule number 2. True
2. Susie signs in to her email account. As she reads through her email list, Susie notices an

email from a girl in another class at school. Susie decides to open and read the email. She
discovers that the girl is being mean by saying hurtful things in the email. Susie becomes
angry and wants to send a hateful email back to her.
What should Susie do? Susie should follow rule number 3. False. Susie should follow
rule 4.
3. Myra was chatting with someone online who said he really likes to skateboard, but doesn't

have anyone to skateboard with. After Myra tells him she likes to skateboard and goes to a
nearby skateboard park, Blades Skateboard Park, every Saturday. He asks if he can meet
Myra there and if shes coming alone. Which rule should Myra follow? Myra should
follow rule number 4. False.
Myra should follow rule 3.
4. Steve took $20 from his dad's wallet. His brother, Max, didn't want to get blamed for taking

the money, so he told their mom and Steve got into trouble. He sent a mean email to Max.
Steve called Max a tattle tale and threatened to tell all of his friends. Max becomes angry
with Steve and wanted to reply with a mean email to Steve. Which rule should Max follow?
Max should follow rule number 4. True

Activity 2 Option 3 Answer Key


5.

Kemarie's friends were talking about a new games website that required you to become a
member to play the games. Kemarie checked out the website and discovered that he would
have to type in his email address, name, address, and phone number to join. Which rule
should Kemarie follow? Kemarie should follow rule number 2. True

6. James was IMing his friend Hank about a new movie that had just been released at the
theater. Hank saw the movie on opening night and thought it was stupid. James saw the
movie the next day and thought it was great. Hank said that only stupid people would like
that movie. James is upset with Hank for making fun of him.
What rule should he follow? James should follow rule number 4. True
7. Cody, Hunter, Evan, Dillon, and Geoff are playing a war game online and talking with each
other on their headsets. They let a guy they don't know join the game. Everything seemed
fine until Dillon won the game. The new guy got angry and started threatening Dillon. Dillon
was a little worried this guy would show up at his house.
Which rule should Dillon follow? Dillon should follow rule number 4. False
Dillon should follow rule 1.

8. Miracle was playing a shopping game online. She was able to chat with other players. One of
the other girls seemed very friendly and liked the same styles as Miracle. The friendly girl
thought it would be great if Miracle could meet her at the mall so they could shop together
for real clothes. Which rule should Miracle follow?
Miracle should follow rule number 3. True
9. Vanessa was watching her favorite cartoons online. She accidentally clicked on a link that
took her to a site she didn't mean to go to. The website gave her that "uh oh" feeling. Which
rule should she follow? Vanessa should follow rule number 1. True
10. Kirsten was searching for pictures on the Internet for her Science project. She typed in her
key terms and clicked on one that sounded like it would have pictures of tornadoes. To
Kirsten's surprise the pictures were not tornadoes; the pictures were not nice. What rule
should she follow? Kirsten should follow rule number 3. False
Kirsten should follow rule 1.

Activity 3 Option 1
Name: Click here to enter text.

Date: Click here to enter text

Online Safety.Villains to Watch Out for While Online


Use the drop down list to select the rule you should follow for each item below.
1. Meet-Me-Mack wants to meet you at the playground. What should you do?
Choose an item.
2. Look-At-Dis-Louie tries to get you to look at bad pictures. What should you do?
Choose an item.
3. Potty-Mouth Pete calls you names. Which rule should you follow?
Choose an item.
4. Wanna-Know Wally tries to get you to tell him you phone number. What should you do?
Choose an item.
5. Meet-Me Mack wants you to meet him at the toy store. He says he will buy you a lot of new
toys. What should you do?
Choose an item.
6. Look-At-Dis Louie keeps trying to make pictures pop up on your screen. What rule should
you follow?
Choose an item.
7. Potty-Mouth Pete is being mean and calling your friends names. What rule should you
follow?
Choose an item.
8. Wanna-Know Wally keeps asking for your friend's address. Which rule should you follow?
Choose an item.
9. Meet-Me Mack wants Sam to meet him at the ice cream shop. Which rule should Sam
follow?
Choose an item.
10. Wanna-Know Wally is trying to get Haylie to give him her full name and address. What
should she do?
Choose an item.

Activity 3 Option 1 Answer Key


Name: Click here to enter text.

Date: Click here to enter text

Online Safety.Villains to Watch Out for While Online


Use the drop down list to select the rule you should follow for each item below.
1. Meet-Me-Mack wants to meet you at the playground. What should you do?
I won't meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
2. Look-At-Dis-Louie tries to get you to look at bad pictures. What should you do?
I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.
3. Potty-Mouth Pete calls you names. Which rule should you follow?
I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.
4. Wanna-Know Wally tries to get you to tell him you phone number. What should you do?
I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address, and
phone number.
5. Meet-Me Mack wants you to meet him at the toy store. He says he will buy you a lot of new
toys. What should you do?
I won't meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
6. Look-At-Dis Louie keeps trying to make pictures pop up on your screen. What rule should
you follow?
I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.
7. Potty-Mouth Pete is being mean and calling your friends names. What rule should you
follow?
I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.
8. Wanna-Know Wally keeps asking for your friend's address. Which rule should you follow?
I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address, and
phone number.
9. Meet-Me Mack wants Sam to meet him at the ice cream shop. Which rule should Sam
follow?
I won't meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
10. Wanna-Know Wally is trying to get Haylie to give him her full name and address. What
should she do?
I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address, and
phone number.

Activity 3 Option 2
Name: Click here to enter text.

Date: Click here to enter text

Online Safety.Villains to Watch Out for While Online


Use the drop down list to select True or False as the correct answer for each
scenario. If the scenarios answer is False, type the rule number that should
be followed. Be sure to answer the questions on both pages.
My Rules for Internet Safety
1. I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.
2. I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address,
and phone number.
3. I wont meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
4. I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.
1. Meet-Me-Mack wants to meet you at the playground. What should you do? You should not
meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet. Choose an item.
If false, identify the rule number and type it in this box: Click here to enter text.
2. Look-At-Dis-Louie tries to get you to look at bad pictures. What should you do? You should
ask your trusted adult before sharing information. Choose an item.
If false, identify the rule number and type it in this box: Click here to enter text.

3. Potty-Mouth Pete calls you names. Which rule should you follow? You should always use
good netiquette and not be rude or mean online. Choose an item.
If false, identify the rule number and type it in this box: Click here to enter text.
4. Wanna-Know Wally tries to get you to tell him your phone number. What should you do?
You should ask your trusted adult before sharing information like your name,
address, and phone number. Choose an item.
If false, identify the rule number and type it in this box: Click here to enter text.
5. Meet-Me Mack wants you to meet him at the toy store. He says he will buy you a lot of new
toys. What should you do? You should ask your trusted adult before sharing
information liken your name, address, and phone number. Choose an item.
If false, identify the rule number and type it in this box: Click here to enter text.

Activity 3 Option 2

My Rules for Internet Safety


1. I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.
2. I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address,
and phone number.
3. I wont meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
4. I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.
6. Look-At-Dis Louie keeps trying to make pictures pop up on your screen. What rule should
you follow? You should tell your trusted adult if anything makes you feel sad, scared,
or confused. Choose an item.
If false, identify the rule number and type it in this box: Click here to enter text.
7. Potty-Mouth Pete is being mean online and calling your friends names. What rule should
you follow? You should meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
Choose an item.
If false, identify the rule number and type it in this box: Click here to enter text.
8. Wanna-Know Wally keeps asking for your friend's address. Which rule should you follow?
You should always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online. Choose an
item.
If false, identify the rule number and type it in this box: Click here to enter text.
9. Meet-Me Mack wants Sam to meet him at the ice cream shop. Which rule should Sam
follow? You should tell your trusted adult if anything makes you feel sad, scared, or
confused. Choose an item.
If false, identify the rule number and type it in this box: Click here to enter text.
10. Wanna-Know Wally is trying to get Haylie to give him her full name and address. What
should she do? You should ask your trusted adult before sharing information like
your name, address, and phone number. Choose an item.
If false, identify the rule number and type it in this box: Click here to enter text.

Activity 3 Option 2 Answer Key


Name: Click here to enter text.

Date: Click here to enter text

Online Safety.Villains to Watch Out for While Online


Use the drop down list to select True or False as the correct answer for each
scenario. If the scenarios answer is False, type the rule number that should
be followed. Be sure to answer the questions on both pages.
My Rules for Internet Safety
1. I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.
2. I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address,
and phone number.
3. I wont meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
4. I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.
1. Meet-Me-Mack wants to meet you at the playground. What should you do? You should not
meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet. True
If false, identify the rule number and type it in this box: Click here to enter text.
2. Look-At-Dis-Louie tries to get you to look at bad pictures. What should you do? You should
ask your trusted adult before sharing information. False
If false, identify the rule number and type it in this box: 1

3. Potty-Mouth Pete calls you names. Which rule should you follow? You should always use
good netiquette and not be rude or mean online. True
If false, identify the rule number and type it in this box: Click here to enter text.
4. Wanna-Know Wally tries to get you to tell him your phone number. What should you do?
You should ask your trusted adult before sharing information like your name,
address, and phone number. True
If false, identify the rule number and type it in this box: Click here to enter text.
5. Meet-Me Mack wants you to meet him at the toy store. He says he will buy you a lot of new
toys. What should you do? You should ask your trusted adult before sharing
information liken your name, address, and phone number. False
If false, identify the rule number and type it in this box: 3

Activity 3 Option 2 Answer Key

My Rules for Internet Safety


1. I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.
2. I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address,
and phone number.
3. I wont meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
4. I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.
6. Look-At-Dis Louie keeps trying to make pictures pop up on your screen. What rule should
you follow? You should tell your trusted adult if anything makes you feel sad, scared,
or confused. True
If false, identify the rule number and type it in this box: Click here to enter text.
7. Potty-Mouth Pete is being mean online and calling your friends names. What rule should
you follow? You should meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
False
If false, identify the rule number and type it in this box: 4
8. Wanna-Know Wally keeps asking for your friend's address. Which rule should you follow?
You should always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online. False
If false, identify the rule number and type it in this box: 2
9. Meet-Me Mack wants Sam to meet him at the ice cream shop. Which rule should Sam
follow? You should tell your trusted adult if anything makes you feel sad, scared, or
confused. False
If false, identify the rule number and type it in this box: 3
10. Wanna-Know Wally is trying to get Haylie to give him her full name and address. What
should she do? You should ask your trusted adult before sharing information like
your name, address, and phone number. True
If false, identify the rule number and type it in this box: Click here to enter text.

Activity 3 Option 3
Name: Click here to enter text.

Date: Click here to enter text

Online Safety.Villains to Watch Out for While Online


Match the Villains scenario with the online safety rule you should follow. Type the number
for the rule that you should follow in the active text box.
Villains Scenarios

Active Text Boxes

1. Look-At-Dis Louie keeps


trying to make pictures pop up on
your screen. What rule should
you follow?

Click here to enter text

2. Potty-Mouth Pete is being


mean online and calling your
friends names. What rule should
you follow?

Click here to enter text

3. Wanna-Know Wally keeps


asking for your friend's address.
Which rule should you follow?

Click here to enter text

4. Meet-Me Mack wants Sam to


meet him at the ice cream shop.
Which rule should Sam follow?

Click here to enter text

5. Wanna-Know Wally is trying


to get Haylie to give him her full
name and address. What should
she do?

Click here to enter text

6. Meet-Me Mack wants you to


meet him at the toy store. He
says he will buy you a lot of new
toys. What should you do?

Click here to enter text

7. Potty-Mouth Pete calls you


names. Which rule should you
follow?

Click here to enter text

8. Look-At-Dis-Louie tries to get


you to look at bad pictures. What
should you do?

Click here to enter text

9. Wanna-Know Wally tries to


get you to tell him your phone
number. What should you do?

Click here to enter text

10. Meet-Me-Mack wants to


meet you at the playground.
What should you do?

Click here to enter text

Online Safety Rules

Rule 1
I will tell my trusted
adult if anything
makes me feel sad,
scared, or confused.
Rule 2
I will ask my trusted
adult before sharing
information like my
name, address, and
phone number.
Rule 3
I wont meet face-toface with anyone from
the Internet
Rule 4
I will always use good
netiquette and not be
rude or mean online.

Activity 3 Option 3 Answer Key


Name: Click here to enter text.

Date: Click here to enter text

Online Safety.Villains to Watch Out for While Online


Match the Villains scenario with the online safety rule you should follow. Type the number
for the rule that you should follow in the active text box.
Villains Scenarios

Active Text Boxes

1. Look-At-Dis Louie keeps


trying to make pictures pop up on
your screen. What rule should
you follow?
2. Potty-Mouth Pete is being
mean online and calling your
friends names. What rule should
you follow?
3. Wanna-Know Wally keeps
asking for your friend's address.
Which rule should you follow?
4. Meet-Me Mack wants Sam to
meet him at the ice cream shop.
Which rule should Sam follow?
5. Wanna-Know Wally is trying
to get Haylie to give him her full
name and address. What should
she do?
6. Meet-Me Mack wants you to
meet him at the toy store. He
says he will buy you a lot of new
toys. What should you do?
7. Potty-Mouth Pete calls you
names. Which rule should you
follow?
8. Look-At-Dis-Louie tries to get
you to look at bad pictures. What
should you do?
9. Wanna-Know Wally tries to
get you to tell him your phone
number. What should you do?
10. Meet-Me-Mack wants to
meet you at the playground.
What should you do?

2
3
2

Online Safety Rules

Rule 1
I will tell my trusted
adult if anything
makes me feel sad,
scared, or confused.
Rule 2
I will ask my trusted
adult before sharing
information like my
name, address, and
phone number.

Rule 3
I wont meet face-toface with anyone from
the Internet

Rule 4
I will always use good
netiquette and not be
rude or mean online.

Post Test Evaluation

Post Assessment for Digital Citizenship: Online Situations


Question Prompt: 1

Total Points: 1

Bob is playing an online game and all of a sudden a pop-up appears on the screen. The flashing ad says you
can win a dirt bike if you type in your name and phone number. Which rule should Bob follow?
I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.
I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address, and phone number.
I won't meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.
Question Prompt: 2

Total Points: 1

Miracle was playing a shopping game online. She was able to chat with other players. One of the other girls
seemed very friendly and liked the same styles as Miracle. The friendly girl thought it would be great if
Miracle could meet her at the mall so they could shop together for real clothes. Which rule should Miracle
follow?
I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.
I won't meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address, and phone number.
I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.
Question Prompt: 3

Total Points: 1

Vanessa was watching her favorite cartoons online. She accidentally clicked on a link that took her to a site
she didn't mean to go to. The website gave her that "uh oh" feeling. Which rule should she follow?
I won't meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.
I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.
I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address, and phone number.

Question Prompt: 4

Total Points: 1

Kirsten was searching for pictures on the Internet for her Science project. She typed in her key terms and
clicked on one that sounded like it would have pictures of tornadoes. To Kirsten's surprise the pictures were
not tornadoes; the pictures were not nice. What rule should she follow?
I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.
I won't meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address, and phone number.
I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.

Question Prompt: 5

Total Points: 1

Cody, Hunter, Evan, Dillon, and Geoff are playing a war game online and talking with each other on their
headsets. They let a guy they don't know join the game. Everything seemed fine until Dillon won the game.
The new guy got angry and started threatening Dillon. Dillon was a little worried this guy would show up at
his house. Which rule should Dillon follow?
I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.
I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address, and phone number.
I won't meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.

Question Prompt: 6

Total Points: 1

James was IMing his friend Hank about a new movie that had just been released at the theater. Hank saw the
movie on opening night and thought it was stupid. James saw the movie the next day and thought it was
great. Hank said that only stupid people would like that movie. James is upset with Hank for making fun of
him. What rule should he follow?
I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address, and phone number.
I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.
I won't meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.

Question Prompt: 7

Total Points: 1

Kemarie's friends were talking about a new games website that required you to become a member to play the
games. Kemarie checked out the website and discovered that he would have to type in his email address,
name, address, and phone number to join. Which rule should Kemarie follow?
I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.
I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address, and phone number.
I won't meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.

Question Prompt: 8

Total Points: 1

Steve took $20 from his dad's wallet. His brother, Max, didn't want to get blamed for taking the money, so he
told their mom and Steve got into trouble. He sent a mean email to Max. Steve called Max a tattle tale and
threatened to tell all of his friends. Max becomes angry with Steve and wanted to reply with a mean email to
Steve. Which rule should Max follow?
I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address, and phone number.
I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.
I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.
I won't meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.

Question Prompt: 9

Total Points: 1

Myra was chatting with someone online who said he really likes to skateboard, but doesn't have anyone to
skateboard with. After Myra tells him she likes to skateboard and goes to a nearby skateboard park, Blades
Skateboard Park, every Saturday. He asks if he can meet Myra there and if shes coming alone. Which rule
should Myra follow?
I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address, and phone number.
I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.
I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.
I won't meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.

Question Prompt: 10

Total Points: 1

Susie signs in to her email account. As she reads through her email list, Susie notices an email from a girl in
another class at school. Susie decides to open and read the email. She discovers that the girl is being mean
by saying hurtful things in the email. Susie becomes angry and wants to send a hateful email back to her.
What should Susie do?
I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online.
I won't meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet.
I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address, and phone number.
I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused.

Key Assessment Part VI: Content Sequencing and Instructional Strategies


Instructional Sequence
Sequence
1
2
3

Description
The learner is able to identify Internet safety rules.
Students will understand what cyberbullying is and how to deal with it.
Students understand how to use social networking appropriately and
safely.

Objective
1
2
3

Objectives 1 and 2 are recall based objectives while objective 3 is an application based objective.
The sequence builds on concepts in a learning-related order. The sequence starts with learning
internet safety rules, followed by learning what cyberbullying is and how to deal with it. In the
end learners are taught how to use social networking appropriately and safely.
Lesson 1: What are the Internet safety rules?
Objective 1: The learner is able to identify Internet safety rules.
Objective 1A: The learner is able to select the correct internet safety rules.
Objective 1B: The learner is able to select the proper response to an online scenario.
Initial Presentation: Learners will view a video that shows the rules on internet safety. Learners
will be provided with three options. Option 1 is to identify the proper response from a multiple
choice list. Option 2 is a fill-in-the-blank worksheet. Option 3 is a matching exercise with the
learner selecting the correct response for the given statements.
Differentiation by representation is used by giving the learners a choice of introductory activities
which includes multiple forms of worksheets. The choices offer the learner the ability to select
their preferred method of evaluation ranging from multiple choice, true-false, fill-in-the-blank
and matching.

Lesson 2: What is cyberbullying?


Objective 2: Students will understand what cyberbullying is and how to deal with it.
Objective 2A: The learner is able to identify the types of cyberbullying.
Objective 2B: The learner is able to select the proper response to an online scenario
Initial Presentation: Learners will view a video that discusses the correct responses and
identification of cyberbullying. Online worksheets will give the learners 3 options to select their
choice of response type. Option 1 is multiple choice using dropdown window selections. Option
2 is true-false based on presented scenarios. Option 3 is a fill-in-the-blank worksheet.
Differentiation is given by supplying the learners a choice of worksheet types to demonstrate
their knowledge. Option 1 is a multiple choice worksheet. Option 2 is true-false. Option 3 is a
fill-in-the-blank worksheet. The choices offer the learner the ability to select their preference.
Differentiation by multiple means of expression and action is provided by these options.
Lesson 3: Safety with Social networking
Objective 3: Students understand how to use social networking appropriately and safely.
Objective 3A: The learner demonstrates what information to keep private.
Learners will view a video that discusses safety issues related to social networking. Online
worksheets will give the learners 3 options to select their choice of response type. Option 1 is
multiple choice using dropdown window selections. Option 2 is true-false. Option 3 is a fill-inthe-blank worksheet.
Differentiation is given by supplying the learners a choice of worksheet types to demonstrate
their knowledge. Option 1 is multiple choice. Option 2 is true-false. Option 3 is a fill-in-theblank worksheet. The choices offer the learner the ability to select their preference.
Differentiation by multiple means of expression and action is provided by these options.

Key Assessment Part VII: Design of Instruction


Lessons

Instructional Strategies

Goals

Objectives

UDL

Terminal Objective
1: The learner is able
to identify Internet
safety rules.

Assessments

Lesson 1 Learners will view a


video that shows the
rules on internet safety.
Learners will be
provided with three
options. Option 1 is to
identify the proper
response from a
multiple choice list.
Option 2 is a fill-inthe-blank worksheet.
Option 3 is a matching
exercise with the
learner selecting the
correct response for the
given statements.

The learner is
able to
identify
Internet safety
rules.

Differentiation by
representation is used by
giving the learners a
choice of activities
which includes multiple
Enabling Objectives: choice, fill-in-the-blank
1A: The learner is
or matching. The choices
offer the learner the
able to select the
correct internet safety ability to select their
rules.
preference.
Differentiation by
1B: The learner is able multiple means of
to select the proper
expression and action is
response to an online
provided by these
scenario.
options.

Learners will be
provided with three
options. Option 1 is to
identify the proper
response from a
multiple choice list.
Option 2 is a fill-in-theblank worksheet.
Option 3 is a matching
exercise with the
learner selecting the
correct response for the
given statements.

Lesson 2 Learners will view a


video that discusses the
correct responses and
identification of
cyberbullying. Online
worksheets will give
the learners 3 options
to select their choice of
response type. Option 1
is multiple choice using
dropdown window
selections. Option 2 is

The learner is
able to
identify the
types of
cyberbullying.

Terminal Objective
2: Students will
understand what
cyberbullying is and
how to deal with it.

Online worksheets will


give the learners 3
options to select their
choice of response
type. Option 1 is
multiple choice using
dropdown window
selections. Option 2 is
true-false based on
presented scenarios.
Option 3 is a fill-in-theblank worksheet.

Enabling Objectives:
2A: The learner is
able to identify the
types of
cyberbullying.

Differentiation is given
by supplying the learners
a choice of worksheet
types to demonstrate
their knowledge. Option
1 is a multiple choice.
Option 2 is true-false.
Option 3 is a fill-in-theblank worksheet. The
choices offer the learner
the ability to select their
preference.

true-false based on
presented scenarios.
Option 3 is a fill-inthe-blank worksheet.
Lesson 3 Learners will view a
video that discusses
safety issues related to
social networking.
Online worksheets will
give the learners 3
options to select their
choice of response
type. Option 1 is
multiple choice using
dropdown window
selections. Option 2 is
true-false. Option 3 is a
fill-in-the-blank
worksheet.

2B: The learner is able


to select the proper
response to an online
scenario.
Students will
understand
how to use
social
networking
appropriately
and safely.

Differentiation by
multiple means of
expression and action is
provided by these
options.
Differentiation is given
Terminal Objective
3: Students understand by supplying the learners
how to use social
a choice of worksheet
networking
types to demonstrate
appropriately and
their knowledge. Option
1 is multiple choice.
safely.
Option 2 is true-false.
Enabling Objectives:
Option 3 is a fill-in-theblank worksheet. The
3A: The learner
choices offer the learner
demonstrates what
the ability to select their
information to keep
preference.
private.
Differentiation by
multiple means of
expression and action is
provided by these
options.

Online worksheets will


give the learners 3
options to select their
choice of response
type. Option 1 is
multiple choice using
dropdown window
selections. Option 2 is
true-false based on
presented scenarios.
Option 3 is a fill-in-theblank worksheet.

Key Assessment Part VIII: Formative Evaluation Plan


1. Learner evaluations will be collected by students completing the form online and submitting it.
Once submitted the results are sent to my email account. Since I am serving as my own SME,
another technology teacher will be my peer reviewer for this instructional unit. My peer
reviewer, Amy Rippey, will have access to my online module by providing her with a username
and password. Amy earned her bachelors degree in Early Childhood Education from Valdosta
State University and her masters degree in Instructional Technology from Georgia Southern
University. She is the technology teacher at Blandford Elementary School in Effingham County.
She has sixteen years experience as an elementary educator. After Amy completes her
evaluation of my online module, she will email the results to me.

2. Student Survey
Thank you for taking this Unit Survey. I greatly appreciate your time and honesty in answering
these questions.

Respond to each item by selecting the choice that best matches your experience.
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1
2
3
4
5

Question
I enjoyed the instructional videos for this learning
module.
I learned the Internet safety rules during this
module.
I learned how to handle online situations during
this learning module.
I learned about social networking safety during
these lessons.
I liked doing the activities in this module.

I was able to find an activity I liked for each


lesson.
I watched the introduction videos for each lesson
7
in the learning module.
The lesson activities helped me learn the content
8
for this learning module.
I learned how to be safe on the Internet during this
9
learning module.
I was able to select activities that I enjoyed
10
completing.
6

Strongly
Agree

Agree

Disagree

Strongly
Disagree

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O

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O
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O

O
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O

Peer Reviewer Survey:


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Question
Instructional strategies are appropriate for targeted
learners.
Each lesson provides variation to appeal to all
learners.
Lesson introduction choices are appropriate for
learners.
Instructional activities are appropriate for
identified objectives.
Differentiation by multiple means of expression
and action is provided by the option of multiple
activity worksheets.
Instructional strategies are appropriate for
identified objectives.
Differentiation provided in this unit is appropriate
for this group of learners.
Lesson introductions are appropriate for targeted
learners.
Differentiation allows learners the ability to
customize their activities.
Instructional activities were appropriate for
targeted learners.

Strongly
Agree

Agree

Disagree Strongly
Disagree

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O

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O

Add any additional comments or suggestions felt to be pertinent.

3. Review and Analyze Data


Data will be collected through student surveys. Collected data will be coded and entered into a
table to ease the task of locating common themes. Themes identified will be used to make
adjustments in the module. Peer reviewer survey responses will also be used to make changes in
the module.