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Digital Citizenship: 1st Grade

Responsibility: Respecting Yourself and Others

Essential Understanding:

Respect means showing consideration towards other people, their feelings and

possessions, and expecting them to behave in the same manner towards you.

Learning Outcome(s):

• Students will be able to identify and articulate respectful actions and behaviors.

• Students will understand being respectful is just as important online as it is in real life.

Common Core Standard(s):

• RI.1.1. Ask and answer questions about key details in a text.

IFC Skills:

• Restates/retells and asks questions about the topic, problem or question with guidance.Essential Understanding:

Respect means showing consideration towards other people, their feelings and

possessions, and expecting them to behave in the same manner towards you.

Safety: How to Stay Safe Online

Essential Understanding:

The Internet can pose dangers and it is important to travel safely online.

Learning Outcome(s):

• Students will know and be able to verbalize and illustrate rules they formulate about

strangers.

Common Core Standard(s):

• SL.1.2. Ask and answer questions about key details in a text read-aloud or information

presented orally or through other media.

• SL.1.5. Add drawings or other visual displays to descriptions when appropriate to

clarify ideas, thoughts, and feelings.

IFC Skills:

• Restates/retells and asks questions about the topic, problem or question with

guidance.

• Finds facts and briefly summarizes them via writing, drawing, or verbalization to

answer research questions (Assessment 1.4: Using Facts to Answer Questions).

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