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Computer Science6th Grade

In deze les zitten 49 slides, met interactieve quizzen, tekstslides en 6 videos.

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Slide 1 - Tekstslide

The Next Slide will open a website in a new tab...
1. You will read the information on the website 
2. You will answer the next few questions back here in LessonUp. 

Slide 2 - Tekstslide

Slide 3 - Link

A __________________ __________________ is a specialized website that searches for
information across the Internet

Slide 4 - Open vraag

Which of the following is NOT a type of search engine?
A
Google
B
Wikipedia
C
Yahoo
D
Bing

Slide 5 - Quizvraag

What are 2 “options” to starting an internet search?

Slide 6 - Open vraag

What are 3 search “strategies” you can use to find the information you want?

Slide 7 - Open vraag

Activity: Go back to the GCF LearnFree website and find this image...
Click the orange (plus sign) buttons on the google search results page to learn about each part... The next question asks about the information in these buttons...

Slide 8 - Tekstslide

On the next slide you will drag and drop the answers into their correct position in the sentences. 

Slide 9 - Tekstslide

    Your search results can include ____________________, ___________________, and many
  other types of content that have some relevance to what you're looking for.
   Using the ___________ box you can search for different _________________ to refine your search results, or try a different _________________all together.

Keywords
Topic
Web pages
Images
Search

Slide 10 - Sleepvraag

Activity: Go back to the GCF LearnFree website and find this image...
Click the orange (plus sign) buttons on the google search results page to learn about each part... The next question asks about the information in these buttons...

Slide 11 - Tekstslide

On the next slide you will drag and drop the names of the search content to what type of information you would find underneath them.  

Slide 12 - Tekstslide

Videos that relate to your search
Products that relate to your search
Pictures that match your search
Mostly web pages that match your search
Maps, books, flights and more
News articles that match your search

Slide 13 - Sleepvraag

When you need to search for very specific information that a normal search would not find you would use Google’s ______________ search instead.

Slide 14 - Open vraag

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Slide 15 - Video

00:27
Which of the following is NOT one of the 3 Boolean Operators?
A
OR
B
ALSO
C
NOT
D
AND

Slide 16 - Quizvraag

02:23
When you search "Ninja NOT Pirate" you will get which of the following websites?
A
Pirates only
B
Ninjas only
C
Ninja pirates
D
Ninjas and Pirate Ninjas

Slide 17 - Quizvraag

3

Slide 18 - Video

01:44
Which Boolean Operator could you use to do the same thing the hyphen (-) does?
A
AND
B
OR
C
NOT
D
NEVER

Slide 19 - Quizvraag

02:12
What does adding quotes (" ")around 2 or more words in a search box do?
A
Makes sure the searches come up with those words combined
B
Makes sure the searches have both of the words
C
Makes sure the searches do not include those words

Slide 20 - Quizvraag

03:29
What was the search engine used in this video?
A
Google drive
B
Google.com
C
Google
D
Google Docs

Slide 21 - Quizvraag

3

Slide 22 - Video

00:45
Specific words about a topic that help you narrow your search results are
A
Right words
B
Search words
C
Boolean operators
D
Keywords

Slide 23 - Quizvraag

01:48
When using Google search, you must spell everything correctly for it to work.
A
True
B
False

Slide 24 - Quizvraag

02:20
www.google.com is an example of a:
A
Web browser
B
Search engine
C
Cloud storage service
D
Informational website

Slide 25 - Quizvraag

3

Slide 26 - Video

00:53
Using or copying someone else's work is called...
A
Copyright
B
Searching the Internet
C
Copyright Infringement
D
Public domain

Slide 27 - Quizvraag

01:41
Which of the following is NOT true about works that are in the public domain?
A
You don't need permission to use them
B
You can copy and make edits to them
C
After editing them you can make money with them
D
You must give credit to the original author

Slide 28 - Quizvraag

02:19
If someone is following the rules of Fair use, it is always safe to make sure that...
A
They are copying and pasting
B
They use as much of their own material as possible
C
They credit the author and pay them a fee

Slide 29 - Quizvraag

On the next slide you will drag and drop to fill in the blanks in the paragraph. 

Slide 30 - Tekstslide

Maya has written a short story. Her story is protected by _____________. She posts the story to her website. A news reporter sees her story and writes an article about it. The news reporter is allowed to use a couple sentences from Maya's story because of ______________. 
Maya's copyright is good for her lifetime plus 70 years. After that, her short story goes into the _______________ and anyone can use her short                                                story without getting permission                                         or paying a __________ to use it.  
Copyright
Fair Use
Fee
Public Domain

Slide 31 - Sleepvraag

3

Slide 32 - Video

00:33
Creative commons works are free for the public to use and you don't need permission from the creator to use them.
A
True
B
False

Slide 33 - Quizvraag

00:53
A creator of a creative commons work can add specific ________ to limit how you can use their work.
A
Situations
B
Rules
C
Fees

Slide 34 - Quizvraag

01:40
If you don't follow the rules set by the creator of a creative commons work then...
A
You can claim it was Fair Use
B
You won't get to use creative commons works again
C
You would be guilty of copyright infringement
D
You would lose you internet access

Slide 35 - Quizvraag

On the next slide you will drag and drop to fill in the blanks in the paragraph. 

Slide 36 - Tekstslide

Dan  created a video and posted it to YouTube. Dan's video is protected by ____________, but Dan decides that he wants to share his video with others using _____________. Dan chooses __________ that people need to follow when using his video. He asks that they give ___________ to him by using his name. He also states that they cannot make any __________ from using his video. However, someone on YouTube did not follow his rules, so they are                                            guilty of ________________. 
Copyright Infringement
Rules
Creative Commons
Credit
Money 
Copyright

Slide 37 - Sleepvraag

Slide 38 - Tekstslide

Creative Commons Rules
Attribution: You must credit the creator in order to use, copy, or share the content.

Non-Commercial: You can't make a profit from the content.

No Derivative Works: You can't change the content.

Share Alike: You can change the content, but you have to let other people use your new work with the same license as the original. 

Slide 39 - Tekstslide

Fair Use Rules
1. You can only use a small portion of the material

2. A majority of the content you create must be your own.

3. You must give credit to the copyright holder.

4. You can't make money off of the copyrighted work.
Fair use means you can use copyrighted material without a license only for certain purposes...

Fair Use ONLY applies to these situations
- Commentary
- Criticism
- Reporting
- Research
- Teaching

Slide 40 - Tekstslide

On the next slide you will drag and drop the names of the copyright terms to their description. 

Slide 41 - Tekstslide

You can use copyrighted material without a license only for certain purposes.
A form of legal protection given to people who create an original work. 
Works that have no copyright restrictions on them. You can use them however you want.
Works that you don't need permission to use and are free, but you have to follow the rules set by the creator. 
To use the work, you must You must credit the creator in order to use, copy, or share the content.
You can use the work, but you can't make money from it. 
You can use the work and make changes to it, but you must share those changes in Creative Commons
You can use the work, but you can't make any changes to it. 
Attribution
Fair Use
Creative Commons
Copyright
No Derivative Works
Non-Commercial
Public Domain
Share Alike

Slide 42 - Sleepvraag

On the next slide you will drag and drop the names of the copyright terms to the image that represents them. 

Slide 43 - Tekstslide

Attribution
Fair Use
Creative Commons
Copyright
No Derivative Works
Non-Commercial
Public Domain
Share Alike

Slide 44 - Sleepvraag

3

Slide 45 - Video

00:37
Copying a sentence from a website, and changing some words around, and not citing (giving credit to) the source is plagiarism.
A
True
B
False

Slide 46 - Quizvraag

01:15
Including the author's name and website name is an example of:
A
Citing a source
B
Plagiarism
C
Copyright
D
Good manners

Slide 47 - Quizvraag

01:46
Other than citing the source, you also need to...
A
Completely rewrite the sentence in your own words with a different sentence structure
B
Change a couple words in the sentence
C
Change most of the words, but keep the same sentence structure
D
Just copy and paste the sentence

Slide 48 - Quizvraag

Slide 49 - Tekstslide