Brenham ISD Digital Citizenship Day

BHS * March 5, 2013 * BJHS

What is the place of digital media in our lives?

Students test their knowledge of digital media and talk about the role media plays in their lives.

Digital Life 102: Can you answer these questions?

1. What percentage of kids ages 11 to 18 say they sometimes feel like a

different person online than off? (Kidscape, 2011)

A. None

B. One-quarter

C. One-third

D. One-half

2. Approximately what percentage of teens say they have received “sexts”

-- sexually suggestive or partially naked pictures -- of someone they know

online? (Pew Internet & Life, 2009)

A. 5 percent

B. 10 percent

C. 15 percent

D. 20 percent

3. What percentage of teens have made creations online (e.g., artwork,

photos, stories, videos)? (Pew Internet & American Life Project, 2007)

A. One-quarter

B. One-third

C. One-half

D. Two-thirds

4. What percentage of teens on social networks say they use privacy

settings to protect their information? (Common Sense Media, 2010)

A. One out of five

B. Two out of five

C. Three out of five

D. Four out of five

5. What percentage of teens ages 15 to 18 believe their friends share too

much information online? (Common Sense Media, 2010)

A. 20 percent

B. 40 percent

C. 60 percent

D. 80 percent

6. What percentage of parents and legal guardians of kids ages 6 to 18 say

they have talked to their children in the past year about how to be safe

and smart online? (Cable in the Classroom/Common Sense Media, 2007)

A. 15 percent

B. 35 percent

C. 50 percent

D. 85 percent

7. What is included in your digital footprint?

A. All of the information about a person that can be found online

B. Software that measures the depth of one’s footsteps

C. The information about you in FBI files

D. A record of your online searches

Answer Key

1.D 2.C 3.D 4.D 5.D 6.D 7.A

Watch the following video: Perspectives on Social Media

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Kim Strauss

Instructional Technology Specialist

Brenham ISD

Special thanks to Common Sense Media for the contents of this lesson.