Конспект урока «Твоя безопасность on-line» по английскому языку
Конспект внеклассного мероприятия
к муниципальному семинару
по английскому языку в рамках
социальной практики «Безопасная жизнь»
по теме: «Твоя безопасность on-line».
Учащиеся делятся на две группы (11Б и 11В классы по 7 человек).
Притча китайского народа.
How do you make sure you stay safe online? Everyone who uses the internet needs to know howto use it safely. Listen to about online safety in the UK.
What will we speak about? So, the topic of our meeting today is “Your safety on line”.
96% of young people in the UK regularly use the internet tocommunicate according to a survey of 24,000 British people aged 9-11. A report shows that only 40% of young people know that personal information shared online stays online forever.There are about 250 million tweets generated every day and around 800 million Facebook users - that means a lot of information is shared online. So are young people using the internet safely?
Read the text about online safety and do these exercises to check your understanding.
1. Check your understanding: matching
Match the vocabulary with the correct definition and write a–h next to the numbers 1–8.
1……..social media a. to publish something online
2……..to chat b.a person who does something illegal,
for example steals money,online
3……..personal details c. to tell a person in authority about a problem
4……..cyber criminal d. to exchange messages online with another person
5……..to post e.information about a person such as your birthday, your address,your phone number
6……..to report f.websites where people can create and share written messages and photographs
7……..cyberbullying g. communicating with other people online
8……..social networking h. sending cruel messages online
Now… Let’s check your work.
And now 2 students are discussing the problem.
-Hello, Dasha! I haven’t seen you for ages. How’s life?
-That’s ok. By the way, have you got my message Vkontacte about our plans for a weekend?
- Yes, sure. I regularly use the internet to communicate with my friends.
- I think, you should be more careful with personal information and images on line.
- Why do you think so?
- Everyone in the world is able to see our charts…
- Really? I don’t agree with you.
- Yesterday I saw a video on TV of one security expert. He said a lot of information is shared on line. If you think our chart are private, you are mistaken, they are public in fact!
- What should I do for staying safe on line?
-First of all, don’t post anything on line that you wouldn’t want people in real life to see.
-Ok, I’ll change my privacy settings on social media.
-Besides, if you see something on line that worries you, tell an adult about it.
- I see, on line safety is very important and something that every one should think about.
Private or public
Do you know how to change your privacy settings on social media? For example, you can click on the‘flower’ icon or on ‘settings’ on Facebook to get to your privacy settings. Then you can decide who sees your posts and personal information: friends, friends of friends or everyone. Do you want everyone in the
world to be able to see your email address or just friends? The BBC Share Take Care campaign is all about helping everybody, from little kids to the over 55s, to
make their online activity safer and protect themselves on the web. The campaign says adults and teenagers need to be more careful with personal information and images online. An online security expert from the BBC was given only the names and the home town of two pairs of mothers and daughters in the UK and then he searched online for information that they had shared in social media. One mother and daughter pair are keen Twitter users. They had frequent personal Twitter chats that they thought were private but were in fact public! Now they both know that Twitter has a private messaging function and their chats really are private. The other mother was very embarrassed when the security expert showed her a picture of her partner in his underpants! She had forgotten about posting the photograph and quickly removed it. The security expert also found lots of their personal details like dates of birth, addresses,maiden names, favourite football teams and popstars. Nothing embarrassing, but potentially useful information for a cyber criminal.
Be kind and stay safe
Everybody knows that we should be polite and kind to people in real life and online. Unfortunately sometimes this doesn’t always happen. Where can you report online abuse or unkind messages to yourself or your friends? Do you know how to report inappropriate content online? For example, if you see an inappropriate tweet on Twitter you can click on ‘more’ and then choose ‘Report tweet’. You can then
block all further tweets from that user.Even well-liked celebrities can be targeted by cyberbullies. Tom Daley, the British Olympic diver, was abused online. His father died during the 2012 Olympic Games and Tom received some very cruel tweets about this.
Here are our top five tips for staying safe online:
1. Be nice! Treat people online as you do in real life.
2. Don’t post anything online that you wouldn’t want people in real life to see.
3. Check your privacy and security settings on social media sites and keep them as private as possible. Make sure you know exactly who can see your posts.
4. Don’t ever post personal information like your home address, your email or your phone number.
5. If you see something online that worries or upsets you, tell an adult about it straight away.
Each group becomes a sheet of paper with the text and fill in the gaps from the sticks on the waiis in the room.
Safer Internet Day
Safer Internet Day, or SID for short, tries to help people to use the internet correctly. SID started in 2004 and is organised in February every year in 74 countries around the world to promote safe and responsible use of online technology and mobile phones. Each year there is a different topic such as cyberbullying or social networking. The focus for SID’s next campaign is “Let’s create a better internet together”. SID organisers want children and young people, parents and carers, teachers and educators, as well as industry and politicians to work together to build a better internet for all of us, but particularly for children
and young people.
There are special lessons prepared for schoolchildren on Safer Internet Day in Britain. The UK Safer Internet Centre will be working with schools in the UK to encourage young people to help other people stay safe.
Now… Let’s check your work
2. Check your understanding: true or false
Circle True or False for these sentences.
1.A BBC online security expert says that teenagers are more careful online
than adults. True False
2. A mother and her daughter wanted to have public chats on social media. True False
3. The security expert found an embarrassing photo posted by an adult. True False
4. It’s a very good idea to keep your privacy settings on maximum. True False
5. You should tell an adult immediately if you see something bad online. True False
6. People sent unkind messages to Tom Daley. True False
7. SID is organised only in Britain. True False
8. Children in the UK can learn about SID at school. True False
Read UK: Online safety UK - exercises
3. Check your understanding: gap fill
Complete the gaps with a word from the box.
Help information everyone report
Most young kind privacy
1. _______________ young people in the UK communicate by internet.
2. The BBC ‘Share Take Care’ campaign says _______________ needs to be more careful online.
3. You should be _______________ to people online.
4. You can change your _______________ settings to stay safe online.
5. You mustn’t post personal _______________ online.
6. You can _______________ online messages that you don’t like.
7. Safer Internet Day wants to _______________ people to use the internet correctly.
8. SID organisers want a better internet for everyone, especially for _______________ people.
Similarities/Differences (compare two pictures)
One similarity is…
One thing that have in common is…
An additional similarity is…
The most obvious\ important similarity between … is…
A striking similarity is…
Whereas the difference is
In comparison to
One of the differences between…
The most obvious \ important difference is…
How do you stay safe and protect your privacy online?
Vocabulary Box (on the blackboard)
Write any new words you have learnt in this lesson.
Listen to the song! Thank you for your work! Good-bye!
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