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This lesson for grades 9-10 asks: How can you respect the privacy of others online? Students reflect on their responsibility to protect the privacy of others when posting information about them online. They read a true story about the unintended consequences of sharing a compromising photo, and then they consider how this situation might be different if someone else shared the photo. Next, students brainstorm questions they should ask themselves before posting and tagging photos, videos, or any information about others online, and create a decision tree to guide them through future choices. Co-developed by Common Sense Media and the GoodPlay Project at Harvard University's Graduate School of Education, this lesson is one of 70 available in the full K-12 Digital Literacy and Citizenship curriculum from Common Sense Media. Explore them all at www.commonsense.org/educators.

Private Today, Public Tomorrow (9-10) Common Sense Media

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This lesson for grades 9-10 asks: How can you respect the privacy of others online? Students reflect on their responsibility to protect the privacy of others when posting information about them online. They read a true story about the unintended consequences of sharing a compromising photo, and then they consider how this situation might be different if someone else shared the photo. Next, students brainstorm questions they should ask themselves before posting and tagging photos, videos, or any information about others online, and create a decision tree to guide them through future choices. Co-developed by Common Sense Media and the GoodPlay Project at Harvard University's Graduate School of Education, this lesson is one of 70 available in the full K-12 Digital Literacy and Citizenship curriculum from Common Sense Media. Explore them all at www.commonsense.org/educators.

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