Grade 6

Digital Drama Unplugged

How can you de-escalate digital drama so it doesn't go too far?
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This lesson meets standards for Common Core ELA, CASEL, AASL and ISTE.

For kids, miscommunication is a common occurence online and on social media. Plus, being behind a screen makes it easier to say things they wouldn't say in person. So how do we help kids avoid the pitfalls of digital drama? Help them learn tips on avoiding online drama in the first place and de-escalating drama when it happens.

Students will be able to:
  • Reflect on how easily drama can escalate online.
  • Identify de-escalation strategies when dealing with digital drama.
  • Reflect on how digital drama can affect not only oneself but also those around us.

Lesson Snapshot

  Estimated time: 45 mins.
Warm Up:
What Is Digital Drama?
5 mins.
Explore:
Where Do People Stand?
25 mins.
Wrap Up:
Act It Out
15 mins.

What You'll Need

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Lesson Slides
Video: Dealing With Digital Drama Watch
Student Handout: Taking the Lead Student Version Teacher Version
Lesson Quiz Editable Google form Answer Key
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