Cyberbullying: Crossing the Line

This lesson meets the following Virginia SOL guidelines:
C/T 6-8.3  B       Make responsible decisions—grounded in knowledge of digital safety and security best practices—that pertain to various digital communication tools and methods.
  • Discuss and model responsible behaviors when using information and technology.
  • Identify reasons for taking security precautions when using any technology, especially those related to the Internet.

C/T 6-8.5         Demonstrate digital citizenship by actively participating in positive activities for personal and community well-being.
  • Communicate respect for people when participating in group online learning activities.
  • Demonstrate online etiquette when communicating with others.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of cyberbullying and strategies for stopping a cyberbully.
  • Explore the potential of the Internet as a means of personal learning and the respectful exchange of ideas and products.
  • Participate in the creation of digital projects that involve others working together toward a common goal.
  • Demonstrate the ability to identify diverse perspectives on issues.



Please use the following link to guide you through this lesson.
Teacher Lesson Guide
  • Review the videos needed for this lesson.  They can be found on the "Teacher Lesson Guide" page linked above.
  • There are also teacher lesson plan materials and student handouts found on the page above.  Review these as well before beginning your lesson.
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