See free resources for parents and educators to teach kids about social justice and racial equality.
Start the session with the etiquette that we follow in every public occasion that we have. Starting with the way we dress up and ending with how to write a letter.
Then ask the question, does internet have etiquette too? If yes we do we need it.
Let the students come up with answers, and write them down on a piece of paper along with questions they want to discover as well.
Let them share with others what they know about these questions and from where did they know about it.
2 Direct Instruction
Teacher will prepare 9 station and on every station an element of digital citizenship. with articles and examples. Students have to read the article and the example in group, discuss it and talk about it. If they have questions they can mark it down on google keep.
When they finish, students have to present the last station they had, to the other friends, where they share their questions and answer each others wonders.
3 Guided Practice
Teacher change the groups, and asked each group to write about the digital citizenship element that was assigned for them. Students should do that online using google doc. They are supposed to do this as classwork, and if needed they continue this at home.
If it's your first time to use the google doc, students should create email (gmail) to be able to access google Drive.
You can track the student's progress and who did what on google doc.
You can use any tablet if computers are not available or if you prefer to keep the students in their classroom.
4 Independence practice
After sharing their homework/classwork, teacher will again put back the 9 element stations in classroom. Ask the students to use their tablet and open their seesaw. Students are asked to take picture for the station and the name of the element and then write down the definition of the element they take picture of.
Students shall pass by all the stations so their timeline will be filled with all the 9 elements.
5 Wrap up
After finishing, students then are asked to see the class timeline, and like all the definitions that are related to the pictures. The more the likes the students get the better his definition will be.