Lesson Plan

Oversharing-Digital Citizenship

Our students struggle with sharing too much information on-line. In this lesson students will take a look at "Oversharing."
Allan D.
School district administrator
Indian Prairie School District #204
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My Grades Pre-K, K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
My Subjects English Language Arts, Social Studies, Health & Wellness
Objectives

Students will be able to...

1-Identify what types of information should be shared on-line.

2-Participate with other classmates to discuss the topic of oversharing.

Subjects
Health & Wellness
Grades 5
All Notes
Teacher Notes
Student Notes

1 Lesson Introduction

Activity: Conversing

1-During this lesson the students will be participating in a Socratic Seminar on the topic, "What is oversharing?"

2-You will need to start the lesson by introducing the topic of "Oversharing" and then review the rules you have for a Socratic Seminar.

3-Once students are in the proper formation for the Socratic Seminar, the teacher will pose the question, "What is oversharing on social media?"

4-Part way through the discussion, the teacher should pose the question, "How is oversharing different on-line versus in person?"

Student Instructions

1-Students will listen to the teacher introduction of the topic of oversharing

2-After reviewing the rules for the Socratic Seminar, students will move their seats into a circle all facing each other.

3-Once students are in the proper formation for the Socratic Seminar, the teacher will pose the question, "What is oversharing on social media?" Students will discuss this question.

4-Students will then discuss the second question of, "How is oversharing different on-line versus in person?"

2 Video Clip

1-Teacher will bring students back together after the Socratic Seminar.

2-Teacher will intro duce the video on oversharing and students will watch the video.

3-Teacher will show the video.

Student Instructions

1-Students will get back into regular seating.

2-Students will hear the introduction from the teacher on the video they are about to watch.

3-Students will watch the video.

3 Discussion

Activity: Conversing

1-After showing the video on oversharing, have students do a think-pair-share on what  caught their attention in the video.

2-Help students make the connection between oversharing and their digital footprint.

3-Have students share some negative consequences of oversharing on-line. 

4-Have students share some positive consequences of appropriate  sharing on-line.

5-Groups will report out to the whole class.

Student Instructions

1-Students will get with a classmate and talk about what caught their attention in the video.

2-Students will talk with their partner about what their digital footprint is and how that connects to oversharing.

3-Students will talk with their partner about negative consequences of oversharing on-line.

4-Students will talk with their partner about some positive consequences  of appropriate sharing on-line.

5-Groups will report out to the whole class.

4 Informal Assessment

Activity: Assessing

1-Teacher will post the oversharing video onto Google Classroom and assign it to students.

2-Students should submit at least two takeaways through Google Classroom, specific to the video. 

Student Instructions

1-Students will access the oversharing video on their Google Classroom.

2-Students should submit at least two takeaways through Google Classroom, specific to the video.