Have you ever encountered online cruelty?
- I have seen other people fighting over Facebook, and a lot of people get in fights through texting. I see a lot of people on Facebook fighting through comments, but mainly through texting people can get very rude.
How do you think someone might feel after being the target of it?
- They would be really upset, because it is rude and the people that are hurting them are just being mean.
For next class please complete the following:
1. Finish your “dial it down map” using Popplet and post a link to it on your Tumblr as well as a link to the article or scenario you selected.
2. In a text post, please reflect on the following:
- How could you apply what you learned in class to…
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: Cyber-bullying is being rude or mean to someone through technology. This can be through any source of technology; like texting, Facebook, and Twitter. It is basically saying rude things to someone that you wouldn’t say to their face.
W: I would like to know why people still do this if they know it ruins their reputation; and can impact a person very badly.
To the best of your ability please define the following vocab words within the context of the topic of cyber-bullying.
Target: The person getting bullied, and receiving the rude comments.
Offender: The “bully” itself.
Bystander: Someone that sees this happening, but does not do ANYTHING about it.
Upstander: Someone who stands up, and tries to stop what is happening.
Escalate: If the bullying does not stop and just keeps getting worse.
De-escalate: When the upstander stops the bullying from occuring.
Katie and I both went on at different times, to add or fix what each other had already done. We would tell each other that we fixed it, or added to it.. And it worked out good. We edited each others text or characters, and worked together very well.
Due next class: your storybird children’s story or pixton comic.
You may work independently or with ONE other classmate (in other words, groups will be…