social media awareness

Exploring Social media

Appropriate posting 
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Exploring Social media

Appropriate posting 

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*Sharing a thought, tip or idea - What should you avoid doing?

Slide 3 - Open vraag

What do you feel would be an appropriate response to *sharing an opinion online - What do you think you should be aware of?

Slide 4 - Open vraag

What do you think would be an appropriate response to *Promoting something - What should you be aware of avoiding?

Slide 5 - Open vraag

Negative vs positive effects of social-media
please drag and drop what you feel to be the appropriate answer under the correct category  
Keeping up with the latest drama 
Keeping in touch with relatives 
Talking to new people 
Sharing personal information

Slide 6 - Sleepvraag

Reflect on our discussion - What other positive aspect of social media can you think of?

Slide 7 - Open vraag

What negative aspects can you think of?

Slide 8 - Open vraag

Many people "Overshare" information
on social media.
What info should you not post?

Slide 9 - Woordweb

Do you think everything people share online is true?

Slide 10 - Poll

Why do you think people may have a reason to lie about personal information on social media?

Slide 11 - Open vraag

Give some examples of what people could lie about online...

Slide 12 - Open vraag

Slide 13 - Tekstslide

Video intro 
Flicking through social media, it’s easy to be taken in by a flawless selfie, dramatic videos or shocking stories. But not every image we see is real  (3.57)

Slide 14 - Tekstslide

Slide 15 - Link

Fact or Fake 
Can you spot which news stories 
from 2022 are false and which are true 

Slide 16 - Tekstslide

Slide 17 - Link

Slide 18 - Link

The next slide will show examples of fact or fake news... Can you tell which is which?

Slide 19 - Tekstslide

Slide 20 - Link

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Slide 22 - Link

Don’t let fake news fool you – use these four tips to check anything you read online that you are not sure about:

The story
what are they trying to say? Is it an ad or a joke? Look to see if you can find the same story somewhere else
The author
Is it someone’s opinion or a fact? Real news will most likely have a link to the writer’s details, but if there’s no author, dig deeper
The website
Are there spelling or grammar mistakes? What’s the URL? Check the address bar at the top – most trusted URLs end with “.com”, “”, “.net”, “.gov”, “.org”, “.mil” and “.edu”
The date
Is the story recent or old? It could be outdated or a copy of something that happened years ago. Computer programs called bots post anytime and often, so be wary of this.
How do we tell if something is fact or fake?

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Slide 25 - Link

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