Lesson Plan

Digital Citizenship

Preparing the Blended Classroom for Digital Citizenship
Judith J.
Classroom teacher
Dacula Middle School
Dacula, GA
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My Grades 6, 7, 8
My Subjects English Language Arts

Students will be able to... understand the key points and models for digital citizenship, gather relevant information for a multi-faceted presentation relating to a key point of digital citizenship, prepare and present a model of digital citizenship for specific classroom/school

English Language Arts
Social Studies
Grades 6 - 8
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1 Day 1 Hook

2 Day 1 - Lesson

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Students will create a foldable for the 9 Key P’s for Digital Citizenship.  Students will do a “Walkabout” and gather information about each of the key points and add the information to their foldable.  

After all documentation has been gathered and posted, students will use Polleverywhere to vote for what they believe is the most important of the 9 Key P’s of Digital Citizenship.

Teachers and students will engage in a class discussion about each of the keys and how they relate to their digital experience in 6th grade at DMS.

After all information has been gathered, students will post to Padlet which one they believe is the most important and why.  They must also attach a picture that demonstrates their mental image of what proper digital citizenship looks like to them.


3 Day 2 - Hook

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Intro Video - https://www.flocabulary.com/oversharing/
The lesson will begin with students watching a Flocabulary video on digital citizenship.

4 Day 2 - Lesson

Voki Classroom
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Students will have an opportunity to review digital citizenship posters displayed around the room. (via CommonSense Media)

They will need to reflect on the keys and rules discussed over the last 2 days. They then will create their own infographic poster using easel.ly or create a Voki promoting which rule they feel is most important for good digital citizenship…They can do this in groups of 2-3.

They will then post the link to a discussion board on the teachers’ eclass page.