How to Critically evaluate the Web

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1. Copyright Basics

2. How to do lots of different things online,

2.1. Send email to people

2.2. Find out information on the web

2.3. Play games/ educational games

2.4. Chat with your friends and family

2.5. Listen to music/ watch videos

3. Cyber Bullying

3.1. Sending mean messages

3.2. Do not post personal information

3.3. Predators

3.4. Be mindful that whatever you post online is there for everyone to have access to

3.5. Fake profiles

4. How to use information on the web.

4.1. Print pages off

4.2. Use the find tool

4.3. Copy text

4.4. Save images

5. What is a web browser

5.1. A web browser is a form of software that you look this up on. Such as:

5.2. Google Chrome

5.3. Microsoft Internet explorer

5.4. Firefox

5.5. Safari

6. Search Engines

6.1. Google

6.2. Bing

6.3. Yahoo

6.4. Ask

7. What is the internet

7.1. It is a collaboration of many pages of information. This information can be included in text, pictures, animations, sounds and video, and it can be about anything. People use the internet for learning materials, social media, games and just general knowladge

8. How to stay safe when using the web

8.1. Your need to be smart

8.1.1. S= Keep Safe: It's important to keep your personal information safe and secret.

8.1.2. M= Don't Meet Up: Only meet with you close friends and family members as meeting new people can be dangerous.

8.1.3. A=Accepting emails can be dangerous so be carful with what emails you click on.

8.1.4. R=Reliable some internet sources are not reliable so watch out for those that are not reliable. If you are unsure ask an adult for help.

8.1.5. T=Tell someone: If you see something online that makes your worried or scared tell someone who you trust.

9. References

9.1. Five Tips for Teaching Students How to Research and Filter Information

9.2. Welcome to the Web

9.2.1. CETL- Assessment Resource Centre

10. 5 top tips for primary students on how to use the web.

10.1. 1. Clarify

10.2. 2. Search

10.3. 3. Delve

10.4. 4. Evaluate

10.5. 5. Cite

11. Video