|8:50 - 9:30||9:30 - 10:15||10:15 - 10:30||10:30 - 11:00||11:00 - 11:30||11:30 - 12:25||12:25-1:25||1:25 - 1:45||1:45 - 2:45||2:45 - 3:05|
|Comprehension||Guest Speaker||Break||Do I need permission?||Word Sorting Activity||Real or fake phone-call||Lunch||Webster Story||Online Safety Poster||Dog Website|
As you may have guessed from the huge title at the top for the page today is Safer Internet Day and all of the lessons today will be based on this. We have some lovely activities planned for you and we also have someone coming to talk to us about how to stay safe online. The online guest speaker will be talking to use about internet safety from 9:30 – 10:00, this will replace the daily online lessons at 9:55 and 11:35.
8:50 – 9:30
We are going to start our day with a comprehension all about Safer Internet Day, we would like you to read the text twice and then answer the questions, remember that you must write your answers in full sentences which include a capital letter and full stop. You can find the comprehension in the resources section of the class webpage and if you don’t have a printer please read the comprehension on your laptop and write the answers in your blue English book.
9:30 – 10:00
Nicola Rudge who is the guest speaker will begin the online lesson about internet safety at 9:30 and during the lesson we will be introduced to the character Detective Digiduck. At the end of the lesson we would like you to answer some quiz questions about the story so please listen very carefully. Click on the link below at 9:30 to access the live online lesson.
10:00 – 10:15
Please read and answer the questions below all about Detective Digiduck. If you do not have time to finish this before break time please finish them after your break.
10:15 – 10:30
10:30 – 11:00
Every day we have to make choices. We have to decide what it is that we are going to do or say. People ask us questions and sometimes there is a choice that we have to decide upon. As a child, sometimes you do not have a choice about things. For example, you will be told when you are going to bed. In other situations, you can choose. Would you like to have sweets or chocolate? You might have made a choice about which breakfast you wanted this morning or about who you spoke to in the playground.
Can you think of any other choices you might have made this morning?
The internet is used on a daily basis. We use it for lots of different things. Can you think of how it is used?
It is very important when we use the internet that we make good choices to keep us safe. You must remember to ask if it is okay to do something. We call this ‘asking for permission’. If you do not have permission to do something, then it should not be done.
We have lots of sentences for you to read today and you need to decide whether or not you should get permission before completing each of the activities or not . You will be able to find the sentences in the resources section of the class webpage, once you have printed them please cut them out and sort them into the two groups, I need permission and I do not need permission.
11:00 – 11:30
When we are online it is really important to remember that not everything we see or hear is true and remembering this will help to keep us safe online. Watch this video below which talks about who we can trust online.
Once you have watched the video we would like you to complete a word sorting activity. In the picture below you will see lots of synonyms which are words that mean exactly the same or nearly the same as another word, for example:
All the words above mean the same as happy. Now you know what a synonym is we would like you to sort the words below into words that mean true and false.
11:30 – 12:25
The next part of our Safer Internet Day is all about trust and if we should believe everything that is said to us. We would like you to click on the link below which will take you to three phone calls, each one of them provides a different scenario. You need to listen to each phone call carefully and think about how reliable the information is. Do you think the person on the phone was telling the truth or do you think they might have been telling lies?
Once you have listened to the phone calls please use your blue English book to answer the questions below about each phone call.
Is the caller being truthful?
What do you think their aim of the call is?
How do you know what their aim of the call is? What are the clues?
12:25 – 1:25
1:25 – 1:45
We would like you to spend the next 20 minutes reading a story all about Webster who has been getting some weird packages in the post, he isn’t sure if it’s something to do with the pop – up he clicked on but he’s getting quite upset. Read the story and think about how important it is to talk to an adult before giving out any personal information online.
1:45 – 2:45
We have had a very busy morning discussing online safety and thinking about how reliable the internet can be. We would like you to make a poster for other children which tells them all about online safety. If you click on the link below there is a short video which explains how to stay safe online. The video mentions 5 key points which will keep you safe online, please include these in your poster.
We would love for these posters to be displayed in school so please make them eye catching, colourful and most of all make sure it includes important information. There are some great examples below.
2:45 – 3:05
To finish the day we would like you to have a look at the website below:
We want you to think about how reliable this website is and if you believe the information on the website or if you think that it has been made up. We would love to hear your thoughts so please do let us know.
If you require any help or assistance please do not hesitate to contact us on the Class Dojo page or on our school Facebook page. We know that we have a very bust day today so if you are not able to complete each of the activities that is fine.
Have a great day and stay safe.
Mrs Etheridge and Mrs Joesbury