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Oops! I Broadcast It on the Internet

This lesson for high school students, part of a larger unit on internet use, targets the potential danger of posting and sharing inappropriate material on line.
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This lesson for high school students, part of a larger unit on internet use, targets the potential danger of posting and sharing inappropriate material on line. All of the resources needed for the lesson are provided, including the lesson videos and the parent/teacher video. The downloadable lesson materials provide the essential question, student objectives, suggestions for presenting the information, and assessment questions. An at-home activity asks students to talk with their parents about the digital footprint they might create and if the information they share is appropriate.

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