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Week 3 - Keyboarding - Password/Internet Safety

Password/Internet Safety:
La. Performance Indicator # 5. Social, Ethical, and Human Issues
Recognize the importance of information technology and its effect on the workplace and society. Use information, media, and technology in a responsible manner. # 6. Basic Operations and Concepts. Demonstrate the operations of a computer


Passwords are used in a variety of computer applicatons -- logging on to a network, logging on to your web browser, logging into your email account, etc.

A PASSWORD is a 'word' or combination of letters and/or numbers which you have chosen to insure that no one else can get access to your personal accounts. Passwords usually only work in lower case and spaces/characters other than letters, numbers, or underscores are usually not allowed.

I teach the kids that it is VERY important that they not tell a password to ANYONE --except their parents, me, their teacher, or a school administrator. If an unreliable person gets access to a persons password they can then buy, sell, order, open accounts, close accounts, etc. in the password holders name.

On the subject of Internet safety, students have also been taught the importance of not giving out credit card information, their real names, their address, telephone number, social security number, mother's maiden name, playground/social affiliations, school name or location, or
ANY OTHER PERSONAL INFORMATION over the Internet. They have been STRONGLY warned not to EVER ARRANGE TO MEET, IN PERSON, ANYONE WHO THEY HAVE 'MET' over the Internet. This is EXTREMELY IMPORTANT, because some children do not realize or really believe (even if warned continuously) that the people they may communicate with using the Internet at home may not be who they say they are. Parents, please stress the gravity of this situation with your child.

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How to Enter a Password

ALWAYS enter passwords with LOWER CASE LETTERS.

Using upper case letter/s will prevent you from logging on
to your network or e-mail.

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Teacher: Campanella Week of October 16, 2005 (seehttp://www.stphilipneri.org/teacher/ccampanella/content.php?type=1&id=35)

Grade: 4 - 7 Subject: Computer

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

OBJECTIVE/TOPIC:

1. To inform students of Password and Internet Safety issues. La. Performance Indicator # 5. Social, Ethical, and Human Issues Recognize the importance of information technology and its effect on the workplace and society. Use information, media, and technology in a responsible manner. # 6. Basic Operations and Concepts. Demonstrate the operations of a computer)

2. To practice keyboard skills using three educational software programs. La. Performance Indicator # 6. Basic Operations and Concepts Demonstrate the operations of a computer (e.g., touch-keyboarding skills, save, organize and back-up files) and other peripheral devices (scanner, digital and video cameras, VCR, laser disc player) at an intermediate level.


PROCEDURE:

1. Lecture -- 'Password and Internet Safety

2. Lecture -- 'Using keyboard tutorials

3. Hands on -- Software programs: Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing, Jump Start Typing, Typing Tutor.


HOMEWORK:

NA


GROUPING:  _X_ I

____SM

____W

_X_ CL

ASSESSMENT: X -- IO

_X_PB

___PP

TECHNOLOGY _X_

 


OBJECTIVE/TOPIC:
NA

PROCEDURE:
NA

HOMEWORK:
NA

 

 

 

 

OBJECTIVE/TOPIC:
Same as Monday

PROCEDURE:
Same as Monday

HOMEWORK:
NA

GROUPING:
Same as Monday

TECHNOLOGY _X_

 

OBJECTIVE/TOPIC:
Same as Monday

PROCEDURE:
Same as Monday

HOMEWORK:
NA

GROUPING:
Same as Monday

TECHNOLOGY _X_

 

OBJECTIVE/TOPIC:
Same as Monday

PROCEDURE:
Same as Monday

HOMEWORK:
NA

GROUPING:
Same as Monday

TECHNOLOGY _X_

 

Grouping: I = Independent; SM = Small Group; W = Whole Group; CL = Cooperative Learning

Assessment: IO = Informal Observation; PB = Performance Based; PP = Paper and Pencil


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