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Reacting to cyber-bullying

infodigilit:

Have you ever encountered online cruelty?

Yes I have, I’ve seen fights on Facebook and Twitter and in comment sections on YouTube.

How do you think someone might feel after being the target of it?

They will feel insecure and wonder if what the person really said to them is true.

Reblogged from Michael Correia
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KWL/Key Vocabulary - Cyber-bullying

infodigilit:

Complete the K (what do you KNOW) and the W (what do you WANT to know) below based on your knowledge of cyber-bullying.

K: It’s wrong and it’s a serious offense

W: What has resulted from cyber-bullying

L:

To the best of your ability please define the following vocab words within the context of the topic of cyber-bullying.

Target: The person who is bullied

Offender: The bully or bullies

Bystander: Someone who watches the bullying

Upstander: Someone who stands up for the target

Escalate: When the bullying gets progressively worse

De-escalate: When the bullying gets progressively less

Reblogged from Info/Digi Lit! '15
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Key Vocabulary

infodigilit:

Creative work: Your own original work

Fair Use: Being able to use a small amount of someone’s work

Copyright: The right to own your work so if it is copied you can be paid for the work that was stolen.

Creative Commons: An organization that issues licenses that allow you to protect your work

Public Domain: Work that the rights have expired or don’t follow licensing regulations

Reblogged from Denis' Blog