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Interactive presentation plan for: Who Are You Online? - Avatars

Activity overview:

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Digital Citizenship

What do I mean when I talk about digital citizenship?
(Think about what it means to be a good citizen in general...
.how does that translate to the Internet?)

What is an avatar?

What's the difference between an avatar and a persona?

Think about...
What choices do you make about your online persona?
Do you use avatars? How do they represent you?

Talking about avatars

We're going to look at some sample people and their avatars.

Ground rules: please do not judge people or make fun of them based on their avatars.
Keep it appropriate.
Try to think as if you were that person. Try not to be judgmental.

Avatars

Avatars

Real vs. Fake

What does it mean to be real or fake? What does it mean to be real online?

Your task:

Create a slide or poster of tips for "being real" on the Internet. Turn in on Google Classroom.

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