Rotation: #5

Lesson: Internet Safety- Know the Rules/Password Rap

Date: September 24-October 1, 2012

  • 2nd graders will navigate through the NetSmartzkids.org website and play some of the games and videos that support our internet safety unit.
  • We will discuss the importance of remembering the UYN Rules and how to create a Safe Password and the reasons why. We will also discuss the importance of keeping personal information private.
Activity:
The children will learn about how to create a secure password with including numbers as letters. We will do an activity with our names, where numbers are included. We will guess who's name belongs to whom.

1=i
2=Z
3=E
4=A
5=S
6=b
7=Z
8=B
9=g
0=O

When you create a password, substitute a number where a letter would appear, according to the chart above. Some examples:
  • scuba becomes 5cu8a
  • water becomes w4t3r
  • icecream becomes 1c3cr34m

The NetSmartz Password Rap!!
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BrainPop Internet Safety Video
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They will listen to the story, the Princess's Password

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Password Generator for Kids
http://www.dinopass.com/




Rotation: #4

Lesson: Internet Safety

Date: September 14-21, 2012

  • Students in 2nd grade will begin their unit on Internet Safety. We will use the NetSmartz materials and resources to discuss relevant topics on Digital Citizenship.
  • The students will participate in watching Router's Birthday Surprise. It is an educational presentation about internet safety and appropriately learning how to identify inappropriate situations and solutions for them.
    • We will review the Webville Outlaws and the NetSmartz characters.
    • There will be relevant and meaningful discussions throughout the presentation that pertains to the content that's being delivered
    • If time allows, the children will explore www.netsmartzkids.org and play some games related to the video.
All of the teaching resources can be found here.
Here are the characters that will help us along!

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http://www.netsmartz.org/NetSmartzKids/RBS




Rotation: #3

Lesson: KidPix Self Portrait

Date: September 6-13, 2012

  • Log on
  • Introduce Kidpix. TSW create a self portrait using the paint tools in the program. They will add a text box and thier name at the top of the illustration.
  • Save to their folder on Students on Zoe, name it SELF PORTRAIT. The students may print their work.
  • Log off

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Rotation: #2

Lesson: Generating a QR Code

Date: August 24- Sept 5, 2012



6th Grade Survey: Please click the correct link according to your classroom teacher. Take the survey before starting your QR Code lesson!
Bruyn and Goss click this link
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?fromEmail=true&formkey=dC1IYXA4cGR4RjQxRVNPcXhZY1pKSmc6MQ
Mokotoff and Steinberg click this link
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?fromEmail=true&formkey=dHpZV2FwaWVpdVk2X2xxY2JzQ1lUUnc6MQ



Here are your directions for the lesson today. Please scan the code and complete the activity.

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Go to this website to generate your code. Select the FREE TEXT option and type your message in the text box.


http://www.the-qrcode-generator.com/

When you are done generating your QR Code, please click Download and open it in Preview and then PRINT it. We will use iPads to see if we can figure out who they belong to.


Rotation: #1

Lesson: QR Code Scavenger Hunt

Date: August 16-23, 2012


Welcome back to Trinity and the new IDEA LAB! This is a place where students and teachers can get together to create, plan, collaborate and celebrate amazing ideas!

Today we are going to participate in a QR Code Scavenger Hunt. What is a QR Code? How do you read it?

QR stands for Quick Response, it is a trademark that automotive factories used to track and mark their vehicles. The code consists of black modules (square dots) arranged in a square pattern on a white background. When you scan it, information is read and stored.


Mrs. Harris will introduce the lesson with "Where did Mrs. Harris go this summer?". The lesson is on the bulletin board. We will scan all of the codes and see where I went this summer!

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