Use our feelings to recognise when things are going wrong online.
Identify who can help me when things go wrong online.
Watch the introductory video.
List or draw some feelings and sort them into good and bad feelings (aim for 5 of each).
Complete the 'When Things Go Wrong Online' hands worksheet. On your left fingers, write five ways you might feel when something goes wrong online. On your right fingers list five people you could ask for help when things go wrong online.
Reflect and discuss online activities when things might go wrong online and make a plan for the steps you will take to keep yourself safe.
"What are feelings and emotions?"
"Can you tell me some good feelings?"
"Can you tell me some bad feelings?"
"What are some feelings you get when you are using technology?"
"Have you ever had bad feelings when using technology? What happened?"
"What would you do if someone you didn't know started trying to chat to you and your had a funny feeling about it?"
"Who should we talk to online?"
"What happens if you make a mistake? Who could help?"