eSafety Magazine Checklist

Have you got it covered?

Making sure you are demonstrating what you have learnt

Over the past 4 lessons you have been working on producing an esafety magazine for YEAR 6 students.

You should have 4 pages; 1. Cyberbullying 2. Chatrooms 3. Social Networking 4. Sending Photos

SENDING PHOTOS

Protecting yourself and your digital footprint

Sending photographs via MMS and uploading them to social networking sites has become a routine part of our lives but it is essential that you THINK BEFORE YOU POST.

Advice for staying safe when sending photos can be found below:

  1. The safest way is to not take such photos - or allow them to be taken.
  2. Resist pressure to be photographed in an inappropriate state
  3. Do not send inappropriate photos to boyfriends \ girlfriends – (you may break up next week!)
  4. Increase the Privacy on your mobile phone - Ensure your phone is password protected, so no one can see your photos
  5. If your phone is sold or goes for servicing ensure that all photos are deleted
  6. Do not upload photos to any sites
  7. Do not allow people to tag you in photos without your approval
  8. Report photos that have been uploaded of you that are inappropriate

PRESENTING YOUR MAGAZINE FOR YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE

Answer these questions before you print

Have you:

  1. Used a consistent font style? (Is it the same?)
  2. Ensured your colour scheme is consistent?
  3. Made sure the language is appropriate to your audience?
  4. Included relevant images?
  5. Used images that are suitable for your target audience? (year 6)
  6. Made your layout suitable and easy for your reader to follow?
  7. Explained what each of the pages are about and given the year 6's advice on how to protect themselves when online?

HOMEWORK!

FINISH OFF YOUR MAGAZINE! - SPEND TIME IN SCHOOL BY ATTENDING ICT CATCHUP AT LUNCH / AFTER SCHOOL IN LIBRARY