Keeping Myself eSafe For Primary Schools
- Primary (4-11)
Keeping Myself e-Safe features a collection of animated stories each of which has been designed to promote discussion and raise awareness about e-safety, internet safety and cyber bullying. It teaches young people how to stay safe when using the internet and other digital technologies.
These realistic and thought-provoking stories address:
- Internet grooming
- Social networking
- Phishing, adware and malware
- Video and mobile technologies
- Intellectual copyright
- Identity theft and online fraud
- Instant messaging and e-mail
- Peer-to-peer file sharing.
There are a range of stories which include:
Ahmet has recently joined the social networking site Face2Face. Initially he sees it as a bit of fun, although he naively leaves his personal profile open for anyone to view. Ahmet and his friends get into trouble for using Face2Face to cyberbully another boy at school - they publish a fake profile and write a blog about him. But now Ahmet is getting strange calls and emails, and he keeps seeing a strange man loitering over the road from his house...
Amber is delighted when she is given a new 3G mobile phone for her 11th birthday. Not long afterwards, Amber falls out with her best friends who begin sending her threatening and abusive text messages. They also capture a video of Amber getting changed for PE, which is shown around theschool. To make matters worse, Amber's dad is angry with her because she has been calling premium rate telephone numbers. As the abusive text messages from her friends become worse, Amber starts to feign illness to avoid going to school...
Mark is 11 and his favourite hobbies are playing computer games and surfing the web. He first gets in to trouble when his teacher catches him using the internet to plagiarise an essay. Things get worse when Mark's friend Stevie shows him how to use peer-to-peer networking, and Mark illegally downloads an 18-certificate game. Things come to a head when the game prompts mark to enter payment details in order to continue, and he uses his mother's credit card...
Raz's Story relates to the experience of an 11-year-old girl who enjoys making friends and chatting with new people on the internet. During one chat room session Raz meets someone called Spyder, whom she believes to be a boy of her own age, with a remarkably similar array of common interests. As the story unfolds, Raz is persuaded to reveal personal information and she eventually agrees to a real life meeting with Spyder without the knowledge of her parents...
The comprehensive Teacher’s Support Pack, which complements the DVD, contains
- lesson plans
- a range of questions
- discussion points and suggested responses
- extended discussion topics and activities
- fact sheets with up-to-date statistics and advice
- strategies which support e-safety for pupils and schools.
Compatibility: PC or MAC
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