Cyber Bullying - Internet Safety
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Cyber Bullying - Internet Safety

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2x Cyberbullying + Trolling PowerPoints - great for Internet Safety, Anti-Bullying Week or PSHE / Tutor Time lessons. Includes - worksheets pack, clips, differentiated powerpoints, KS3 ( but editable for any year group). Perfect for internet safety ICT / digital citizenship too. These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. All our resources are editable (so easy to adapt for your classes) and are designed to last one hour each. You can find many more inexpensive and free PSHE, Citizenship and RE resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :) Or you can check out some of our most popular PSHE, Citizenship and RE resources below: Mental Health PSHE Bundle 1 Whole Year of PSHE Resources British Values Citizenship Bundle Careers, Employment and Enterprise Bundle Islam Bundle Sex and Relationships Education
Cyber Bullying
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MissKellyC

Cyber Bullying

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Brief Assembly PowerPoint just to guide along your discussion of what Cyber- Bullying is and how pupils should try and deal with it. Excellent for Anti- Bullying Week!
Cyber-bullying Resources
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shanedbaker

Cyber-bullying Resources

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5-7 Weeks worth of resources with an active scheme of work included. Lots of interactive resources with starters and plenaries. English and maths also embedded. This work was developed at Entry Level 3 / Level 1 and linked to the CACHE specification.
Cyber Bullying
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anjipanji78

Cyber Bullying

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This is the second lesson for the Risk topic I planned (See my other resources for sale) it outlines what cyber bullying is and there are a couple of activities with it. The worksheets are free to download in my resources.
Cyber Bullying
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TeachPSHEE

Cyber Bullying

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READY TO TEACH * (LESSON 6/6 - FRIENDSHIP) REMEMBER TO BOOK ICT FACILITIES FOR THIS LESSON. Play a quick game of chinese whispers, an example is displayed on slide 2. Explain how easily information can be misinterpreted. Link this to how information on social media can also be quickly interpreted to be untrue. Discuss with pupils the meaning of the term: Cyber Bullying. Log on to the Childline website (type in Cyber Bullying into the search box) to complete a range of questions based on the exploration of this website. To conclude the lesson, recap answers with the class (slides 5-6). Pupils can self-assess their answer before attaching the sheet into their book. Emphasise the importance of keeping safe on-line. Discuss the school’s policy regarding on-line safety.
Cyber Bullying Assembly
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davidnashteacher

Cyber Bullying Assembly

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An assembly with a powerful video at the end looking at why people cyber bully and what we should do to keep safe on line. The assembly also has some statistics on cyber bullying on a rolling powerpoint when children enter the assembly hall.
CyberBullying Lesson
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niall-

CyberBullying Lesson

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This is an introductory lesson to Cyberbullying. This has been created with a Year 7 group in mind but would be suitable for both Key stage 2/3. The lesson introduces Cyberbullying, gets students to watch a video and create a resource to present their findings.
Computing lesson on cyber bullying
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Farhanakhatun1990

Computing lesson on cyber bullying

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This is a lesson for a computing lesson on cyber bullying. You can discuss key issues with children via questioning. The task is slightly differentiated so Higher ability are challenged.
Bullying Quiz
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TeachElite

Bullying Quiz

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This has 6 rounds. It is fun and informative -perfect to deliver the anti-bullying message! Included is: Cyber Bullying Film Round True or False Observation Round Act It Out Bonus Round Interactive Scoreboard We hope that you enjoy this resource! We would love your feedback, if you like what you see, please follow us: on Tes <a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/TeachElite”>TeachElite’s Shop</a> click the’Follow this Author button’ . We will keep you updated on any sales we throw or FREEBIES we upload. <br /> <br /> You can find us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TeachEliteRE<br /> <br /> and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TeachElite/
Cyber Bullying -Yr9 PSHE
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randomgirly

Cyber Bullying -Yr9 PSHE

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This lesson builds on the Yr7 lesson on Cyber Bullying. It reiterates what cyber bullying is and what it looks like and how to deal with it. There is a video clip which looks at what cyber bullying can look like in the real world which can be used for a discussion starter.
Internet Safety/ Cyber Bullying Assembly
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BeccaLP

Internet Safety/ Cyber Bullying Assembly

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A complete Powerpoint I used for Key Stage 3 and 4 assemblies, including slideshow, funny video clip and sound effects. Final slides introduce an idea for a whole school/year group competition. Would be ideal to use to for a whole school or Year Group Anti-Bullying/Cyber Safety week.
Racism and Cyber Bullying Tutor Activity
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NLG2421

Racism and Cyber Bullying Tutor Activity

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This presentation can be delivered as an extended tutor time activity, and adapted as an assembly. There are learning objectives and activities included to enable students to discuss / debate key topics. The objectives include: To identify words that can intentionally or unintentionally cause harm. To understand the negative impact words can have on people. To be able to highlight words that should not be used within our School, and produce a student friendly user manual about this topic. The racism plot in Coronation Street and the issue of cyber bullying are used.
CyberBullying Assembly ks3
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ElzForde

CyberBullying Assembly ks3

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Cyberbullying assembly focused on social media and aimed for ks3 students. However can be used for older and younger. Pleas rate and leave any suggestions or other resources youd like to see.
Bullying in a Cyber World: Lower
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PrimEdUK

Bullying in a Cyber World: Lower

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Bullying in a Cyber World (Lower) can be used to supplement your school’s anti-bullying policy or in conjunction with its core values programme. Bullying in a Cyber World Early Years covers the following aspects of bullying: What is bullying?, Forms of bullying, Cyberbullying, Targets of bullying, Effects of bullying, Who bullies and why?, Dealing with bullying and Preventing bullying. It is also supported by a full-colour set of six posters. Features: - supporting teachers pages which contain: focus identifying the main purpose of the activity background information an introduction to the activity questions to promote discussion answers, as necessary - pupil activity pages which include: a stimulus text a comprehension activity an extension activity front pages which include: information about the aspects of bullying covered suggestions for promoting a bully-safe school environment sample teacher bullying incident report sample pupil bullying incident report anti-bullying pledges for the whole class individual and home merit certificates and bookmarks to be awarded for demonstration of positive behaviour against bullying sample pupil internet safety checklist sample parent internet cyber safety checklist a list of useful websites and literature resources to promote understanding of and skills for dealing with bullying
Bullying in a Cyber World: Upper
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PrimEdUK

Bullying in a Cyber World: Upper

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Bullying in a Cyber World (Upper) can be used to supplement your school’s anti-bullying policy or in conjunction with its core values programme. Bullying in a Cyber World Early Years covers the following aspects of bullying: What is bullying?, Forms of bullying, Cyberbullying, Targets of bullying, Effects of bullying, Who bullies and why?, Dealing with bullying and Preventing bullying. It is also supported by a full-colour set of six posters. Features: - supporting teachers pages which contain: focus identifying the main purpose of the activity background information an introduction to the activity questions to promote discussion answers, as necessary - pupil activity pages which include: a stimulus text a comprehension activity an extension activity front pages which include: information about the aspects of bullying covered suggestions for promoting a bully-safe school environment sample teacher bullying incident report sample pupil bullying incident report anti-bullying pledges for the whole class individual and home merit certificates and bookmarks to be awarded for demonstration of positive behaviour against bullying sample pupil internet safety checklist sample parent internet cyber safety checklist a list of useful websites and literature resources to promote understanding of and skills for dealing with bullying
Bullying in a Cyber World: Middle
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PrimEdUK

Bullying in a Cyber World: Middle

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Bullying in a Cyber World (Middle) can be used to supplement your school’s anti-bullying policy or in conjunction with its core values programme. Bullying in a Cyber World Early Years covers the following aspects of bullying: What is bullying?, Forms of bullying, Cyberbullying, Targets of bullying, Effects of bullying, Who bullies and why?, Dealing with bullying and Preventing bullying. It is also supported by a full-colour set of six posters. Features: - supporting teachers pages which contain: focus identifying the main purpose of the activity background information an introduction to the activity questions to promote discussion answers, as necessary - pupil activity pages which include: a stimulus text a comprehension activity an extension activity front pages which include: information about the aspects of bullying covered suggestions for promoting a bully-safe school environment sample teacher bullying incident report sample pupil bullying incident report anti-bullying pledges for the whole class individual and home merit certificates and bookmarks to be awarded for demonstration of positive behaviour against bullying sample pupil internet safety checklist sample parent internet cyber safety checklist a list of useful websites and literature resources to promote understanding of and skills for dealing with bullying
Cyber Bullying Awareness: Posters, Task Cards & Activities
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TeachersResourceForce

Cyber Bullying Awareness: Posters, Task Cards & Activities

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Do you want to educate your students about the dangers of Cyber Bullying? It is a rising problem among teenagers and young people in this age of social media, so this resource will offer your students the opportunity to consider the dangers and effects of cyber bullying by encouraging them to discuss and reflect on realistic scenarios. I have used this resource on different groups of students from year 7-10 and it has proven effective for all ages. It's interesting that each age group has brought out its own conversations from this resource. I find it shocking how many young people (especially those below the required age of 13 to even have a social media account) are suffering from cyber bullying online and don't yet have the skills to handle it. This resource has made a significant difference to my students and I can only hope they go on to spread the word to others! I hope that my resources save you hours and hours of time: something we always sacrifice so much of as teachers. ❤ ********************************************************************************************************* • If you choose to download this resource, please take the time to leave a rating - I do really value your feedback and I always look forward to reading what you think about my resources! If you have any questions about this resource or anything else, you can email me at TeachersResourceForce@yahoo.com. • Be the first to know when I upload new resources, discounts and freebies by following my page!