Having to do with emotions
Party at Tim's house tonight. 8 pm!
I disagree, I like math.
Don't tell Rita about Tim's party
Wear the red sweaer - it looks best.
Cyberbullying is the biggest problem young people face
Cyberbullying should be outlawed
Cyberbullies are mean people
Cyberbullying can make people feel bad
Save the IMs; send an email to the IM host; confront the bully in school;meet with a school counselor;
Tell a parent or otheer adult; delete all IMs from the bully; complain to the IM host
Ignore/delete the first IM: save/print any further IMs; tell a parent or other adult you trust.
Ignore all the IMs.
The internet doesn't have the same rules of behavior as real life
Using chat rooms and message boards makes some people angry
The internet is much more dangerous than real life
Being anonymous can make some people forget their manners
You may not have the best judgement when your emotions are running high
The person you're communicating with won't respect you if you're not calm
It isn't easy for people to tell your emotional state online
Nobody really cares about how you feel
Talking about it with an adult that you trust
Telling a good friend about what has been happening
Saving screenshots of instances of instances where you've been harasssed
Replying to harassing texts and emails
In most cases, cyberbullies stop after one email message
It frustrates cyberbullies' desire for an emotional response
If you respond, your could get in trouble for cyberbullying too.
Emails from cyberbullies often contain viruses
They both tend to be bigger than their peers
Both types usually don't have a lot of friends
They're usually the most popular kids in school
They both end up hurting people
Consulting an online resource when you write a research paper
Putting a quote from a magazine article in an essay
Forgetting to include a bibliography at the end of your paper
Paraphrasing the author of a published book
You'll probably get kicked out of school if you plagiarize
Plagiarism is always caught and always results in bad grades
"Plagiarism" is basically another word for "cheating"
You loose the opportunity to practice critical thinking and writing skills
It doesn't give any credit to an original source
It shows your readers you have a firm grasp of the subject
It suggests that you personally know a source that you quote
It shows your teacher that you're able to use correct grammar
Paraphrasing every paragraph that you read
Using only print versions of online documents
Explaining to your teacher that you did your research on the Internet
Citing all your online resources with proper attribution
Type of software
Trick or Trap
Ask an online friend for help
Turn off the computer
Make an educated guess
Tell an adult you trust
Send a text back asking who it is
Spy on the water fountain and see who shows up
Don't respond and tell your parents
Send a text back saying "no"
Most people on the internet aren't as trustworthy as people in the real world
Friendships that begin online aren't real
Online, it's more difficult to tell if a person is who he says he is
Websites have very strict rules aboout online friends.
Your phone number
The name of your school
Your home address
Your favorite actor
If you're friendly, your internet service might be suspended
If you're friendly, crooks online will take advantage of you
If your nice to people, they'll probably be nice to you as well
Making an effort to be nice online is usually a waste of time
When one of your friends tells you that the site is safe
When your parents say it's okay
When you receive an email requesting personal information
When all of your friends hae already done it
A list of all the U.S. zip codes
A portrait of your family
An idea for a new gadget
The name of your pet dog
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