Elementary school social media and online services resources

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By ozmatts12

Mobile Phones Wordsearch ICT Technology Literacy Starter Activity Homework Cover Lesson Plenary

Mobile Phones Wordsearch ICT Technology Literacy Starter Activity Homework Cover Lesson Plenary

Wordsearch on the theme of 'Mobile Phones'. Powerpoint so can be used on the board or printed as a worksheet. Includes space for students to explain the keywords and suggested extension activities. Can take 10 minutes or an hour, depending on which activities the students complete. Ideal for the start of a lesson, a quick filler, a homework, part of a cover lesson or as a plenary on the board with a whiteboard pen. The idea behind these is to get students to become more literate and think independently about the words that could be used to describe the topic being taught. Often the students will pick up on things that you would not normally expect!

By mikedean

Digital Security Wordsearch Starter Activity ICT Computing Safety Homework Cover Lesson Plenary

Digital Security Wordsearch Starter Activity ICT Computing Safety Homework Cover Lesson Plenary

Wordsearch on the theme of 'Digital Security'. Powerpoint so can be used on the board or printed as a worksheet. Includes space for students to explain the keywords and suggested extension activities. Can take 10 minutes or an hour, depending on which activities the students complete. Ideal for the start of a lesson, a quick filler, a homework, part of a cover lesson or as a plenary on the board with a whiteboard pen. The idea behind these is to get students to become more literate and think independently about the words that could be used to describe the topic being taught. Often the students will pick up on things that you would not normally expect

By mikedean

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Key stage 3 ICT Questions

Key stage 3 ICT Questions

This is an ICT resource that has been adequately prepared for teachers and students. Questions in each section have been tailored to meet specific ICT topics. It will save you loads of time and can be edited based on the user's preference.

By ozmatts12

Online Safety- Email Lesson

Online Safety- Email Lesson

A short lesson designed to practicalise the idea to children, that posting on the internet is not as clear as they think. Included is: lesson plan; powerpoint to complete lesson with notes; template for children to use to write their 'post'.

By akeohane2

WhatsApp vs Facebook Messenger

WhatsApp vs Facebook Messenger

A reading about two of most popular social networks,3 activities: reading and comprehension, answer questions with personal information and a debate activity in which students speak and make a good debate about something they really like

By Olynj

Social Media & Technology in the Classroom | Facebook Twitter Youtube

Social Media & Technology in the Classroom | Facebook Twitter Youtube

Connecting with students is important; what better way than bringing in social media to your lessons? Each product is versatile to the subject you teach, and the content you want to get across. Want your students to draw up a storyboard for a short video? (Vine) What about analyze a character in a novel? (Facebook) Brainstorm a topic? (Pinterest) Talk about a news story? (imgur) … Snapshot of history? (Instagram) Discuss the viewpoints of stakeholders? (Reddit). Conversation between important historians? (Skype). Broadcast of an event from the eyes of someone else? (Periscope) Write a review of a business, like a restaurant? (Yelp) Or maybe even ask and answer a question? (Tumblr) Some of these adaptations use replacement names of the social media site in a font that students will recognise (for instance, Fakebook instead of Facebook and Instasnap instead of Instagram). Contents -Technology Usage Log -Vine-like Video Storyboard Bundle -Pinterest-like Board Template Bundle -Youtube-like Video Template -Facebook-like Bundle -Imgur-like Image Template -Instagram-like Image template -Twitter-like Graphic Organizer Bundle -Community Opinion (Reddit-Like) - Have You Read It? -Skype Exit Slip -Tumblr Ask a Question -Yelp Review -Periscope Broadcast -All About Me Worksheet -Spotify Song List -Technology Homework Choice Board

By JadynThone

Twitter Graphic Organizer, Presentation and Exit Slip

Twitter Graphic Organizer, Presentation and Exit Slip

-1- Twitter Exit Slip/Graphic Organizer Limited to 140 character Tweets, students learn to write short and concise summaries when using these Twitter-like graphic organizers. A great Twitter-flavored resource for students to note-take, opinion-write, revise or provide feedback for any subject, any year level! You could also use the Twitter organizer yourself as a lesson prompt, bulletin board comments, etc, ideas are endless! -2- Twitter Presentation 4-page presentation that consists of a brief overview of Twitter, 10 interesting facts, interesting quotes about Twitter, pros and cons of using Twitter, 8 thoughtful discussion questions/prompts and an individual slide for each resource, breaking down the parts in the event a student or teacher has not used Twitter before! -3- Twitter Profile These Twitter profile templates could be used to show a snapshot of history for any famous person or a character from a novel or film. Or, students could fill in the blanks about themselves, as a great back to school activity!

By JadynThone

Facebook Social Media Bundle

Facebook Social Media Bundle

This Complete Facebook Bundle introduces your students to Facebook with a 4-page presentation; allows them to create a Facebook profile for any character, for any subject, for any topic; discuss ideas using the Facebook response cube; and finally, consolidate lesson content with a Facebook Exit Slip! 1. Facebook Presentation 4-page presentation that consists of a brief overview of Facebook, 10 interesting facts, interesting quotes about Facebook, pros and cons of using Facebook, 8 thoughtful discussion questions/prompts and an individual slide for each resource, breaking down the parts in the event a student or teacher has not used Facebook before! 2. Facebook Profile These Facebook profile templates could be used to show a snapshot of history for any famous person or a character from a novel of film. For instance: - The day before the reaping for Katniss Everdeen (The Hunger Games) - The day of his inauguration for George Washington - The day of Newton’s discovery of his Laws of Motion - The day … Or, students could fill in the blanks about themselves, as a great back to school activity! 3. Facebook Response Cube The Response Cube allows students to discuss individually, or with a partner, the topic at hand in a creative and thoughtful manner. With prompts such as "explain how you could like this" and "illustrate the key concepts and ideas", students will enjoy assembling the cube and rolling a prompt. 4. Facebook "Like"/"Dislike" Cards Students can voice their opinions on anything or anyone, in role or as themselves. Teachers and students could use these cards to give feedback to each other and their work. 5. Exit Slip A ticket out the door, students are tasked with filling out the Facebook Status with their thoughts, ideas or feelings related to the lesson content, as directed by the teacher.

By JadynThone

Revision Questions _4_ Networks

Revision Questions _4_ Networks

This is a 23 page revision guide that covers everything about the topic under consideration. It is based on the current IGCSE ICT syllabus. It is suitable for both after topic assessment as well as revision tool for the final year students. More so, it also contains past questions regarding the topic so as to prepare the students for the type of questions asked. Please, if you find this resource useful, kindly rate it, make comments, review and recommend it to others. And don’t forget to follow and visit my shop. Thank you for using the resource.

By ohiolei_sunlaw

E-safety - stranger danger; powerpoint

E-safety - stranger danger; powerpoint

The Red Riding Hood e-safety presentation went brilliantly and most of my class (yr 1) really made me proud - of their knowledge and awareness of danger & how to keep safe - however - 2 of them did not seem to understand the message as well as I'd have hoped saying "yeah I'd still meet them - cos I love presents!" (obvs they are young - but that is exactly how dangerous people can manipulate them). So I have made another powerpoint - a little more grown up so could be used in assembly and for older children - but still appropriate for year 1, which focuses more so on the stranger danger element of e-safety, but in a way in which they can relate. Opportunities for Talk partners. Pictures sourced from internet specifically of 'models'. Profiles made up to get the point across.

By danielle_lonnen-smith