Social Media Safety Classroom Guidance Lesson
Social Media Safety: Help students understand what is and is not safe to post online! Review personal information that should be kept private and how to craft a safe social media post. Students will rotate through 3 centers to differentiate between safe and unsafe posts, to create their own safe posts for given situations, and decide which comments and messages are safe to respond to. This activity is perfect for classroom guidance lessons or small group counseling sessions on social media safety.
Digital downloads included:
- Detailed, scripted lesson plan (objective, outline, materials list, ASCA standards alignment, suggested data collection, and interactive notebook elements)
- Introductory PowerPoint
- Group handouts for 3 activities with discussion questions
- This lesson is included in the Middle School Counseling Classroom Guidance Lesson Bundle.
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