pupils will find out what are the greatest challenges facing them when they go
online, how they will be safe in Internet, how they want to see their dreamy
Internet( the pupils will write on stickers how they imagie their dreamy
safety internet and paste on
rapidly evolvs and changes almost all the aspects
of human life. However, the development is good if it serves for the benefit
of humanity.Today, more than one-third of the world's population uses the
Internet, and this number continues to grow. It is hard to imagine any sphere
of human activity, where the Internet is not penetrated. Online is a great
place! We can meet our friends, share our favourite music and image,
web opens the door to a vibrant, exciting world of endless opportunities to explore,
communicate, and create. Compared to a face-to-face environment, it is a place
where curiosity and creativity can thrive, and where young people develop a
wide range of skills in a seemingly less threatening manner. The web
nevertheless holds certain pitfalls for the unwary users. Let’s talk about
Internet. (5 minutes)
1. (10 minutes)
is a place where...
pupils’d continue the sentence expressing their thoughts and ideas.
2. (30 minutes)
The internet is a fantastic tool for freedom of expression and in democratic
societies the ability to express oneself freely is highly valued. Young people
can share ideas, connect with others and learn about the world online. However,
sometimes young people can come across things online that they may find
offensive or content that might ‘cross the line’ for them.
-What do you love
about the internet?
-What are the things
that annoy/upset you most on the internet? How could we deal with these
things? E.g. people being unkind,
cyberbullying, age limits etc.
-What would you want
other people to change about the internet? E.g. I would like the makers of my
favourite game to make it free to play and not paid for etc.
-Does the internet need
to be safer?
Split the class into small
groups. The challenge for the groups is to come
up with a creative idea. Groups will identify the internet related
problem they want to solve.
Groups then brainstorm
simple and creative solutions to this problem.
Groups develop their favourite idea
and create a pitch to showcase to the rest of the class. This needs to be
visual, informative and engaging. They need to convince their class mates that
their idea is the best!
Task 3. (15 minutes)
Watch the following campaign video
called ‘The Promise’ and take a stand against bullying. Well-being online
is as important as in the offline world, it’s a collective responsibility and
we all have a role to play!
Can you create a better internet?What problem do
you want to solve?
needs to be colourful and really clear to look at. Give as much information as
possible and explain their idea carefully so that everyone understands. They need to convince their class mates that their idea is the best.
The things we love about the internet
class into small groups. Every
posters and compare to other groups.
Three stars and a wish
On the ‘Three Stars and a Wish’ sheet (pupils can fill in three
they are already doing to make a better internet (on the stars),
and one new thing
they plan to do (on the cloud).
Give pupils a chance to share and compare their stars and wishes.
ideas/themes do the class think are most important?
SAFER INTERNET DAY 2014
ui Task 10. (20 minutes)
PMy Dreamy Safety
Discuss with your pupils what they think their perfect online
world would look like.
What types of sites and services would they want to use?
Pupils can work in groups or independently to fill the ‘My Perfect
worksheet .They could also include ideas for sites and services
haven’t been invented yet that might meet a need they have!
Allow pupils to feedback their ideas to the class.