Social Media Skills and Safety Group Activity or Writing Prompts

Social Media Skills and Safety Group Activity or Writing Prompts
Social Media Skills and Safety Group Activity or Writing Prompts
Social Media Skills and Safety Group Activity or Writing Prompts
Social Media Skills and Safety Group Activity or Writing Prompts
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Product Description

Social media safety and best practices card set enables students to consider social networking and cybersecurity situations. A fun group activity, writing prompts, or warm-up for technology, homeroom, or life skills students. Includes 40 cards plus blank templates for student- or teacher-generated questions (total of 8 pages).

Option: For durability, laminate cards or mount them on colorful construction paper.

**Do NOT purchase if you already have the Job Skills Card Set BUNDLE OR

Social Media Safety and Skills Bundle.**

Sample questions:

When using social media...

1. …what types of personal information should you never share online?

2. ...can you ever truly remove something you share online? Explain.

3. …what are three examples of weak passwords? Explain.

4. ...what should you do if you learn that someone is threatening to hurt themselves or others?

5. …why should you not post or respond online when you are angry or upset?

6. ...what should you do and not do if you receive inappropriate photos or videos?

7. …what types of postings or photos would concern a potential employer or college admissions staff?

Single user license - resource is intended to be printed and used by one teacher only. Materials may NOT be redistributed or posted on the Internet (including personal, school, or class websites).

©2017 Career and Employment Prep. All rights reserved.

Also available:

Social Media Behaviors Word Search Activities

Computer and Social Media Safety Game: Escape the Cyberattack

Workplace Social Media Activities

Identity Theft Prevention Card Set

Workplace Technology and Cybersecurity


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Total Pages
8 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
1 hour
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