TechnoInternet

Item Number: JNR-INTERNET

Technology Integration: Computer, Language Arts

Technology Skill: Digital Citizenship, Internet

Program: Google, Google Slides, Microsoft Office, Office 365 Online, PowerPoint, PowerPoint Online

Includes:

Introduction to the Internet Activities, Digital Citizenship Lessons: TechnoInternet Teacher Guide, Printable Student Workbook, Paperless Worksheets, Extension Activities

Handouts and Assessment: TechnoInternet Parent Letter, Email Parent Letter, TechnoInternet Certificate, Internet in Daily Life, Internet Quiz, Internet Reflection, Internet Skill Summary

Templates and Resources: Internet Map and Markers, Email Tips, Digital Citizenship Card, Internet Favorites


Assignment 1: Practice Internet Safety

Learn safety tips and earn an Internet Citizenship card.

Assignment 2: Take a Tour of the Internet

Navigate the WWW to discover the meaning of Internet terminology.

Assignment 3: Search the Internet

Apply search strategies to find information fast.

Assignment 4: Collect Bookmarks

Search the Internet and then bookmark web pages.

Assignment 5: Bookmark Traditional Sources

Explore online encyclopedias, atlases, dictionaries and thesauruses.

Assignment 6: Examine Information Sources

Examine websites to determine their trustworthiness.

Assignment 7: Read News on Current Events

Read web-based articles from popular newspapers and magazines.

Assignment 8: Search the Image Gallery

Filter online images to collect pictures. Learn to respect copyright.

Assignment 9: Discover the Video Theater

View documentaries, speeches, demonstrations, and entertaining footage.

Assignment 10: Survey the Map Collection

Develop map skills by plotting a location and generating directions.

Assignment 11: Explore the Sound Stage

Listen to online radio stations, sound clips, and favorites songs.

Assignment 12: Visit Webcam Observatory

Take a virtual field trip. Observe remote events and attractions.

Assignment 13: Experience the Arcade

Play online games and rank the entertainment value.

Assignment 14: Learn About Email

Compare traditional mail to email.

Assignment 15: Email Guidelines and Safety Tips

Learn email safety and netiquette.

Assignment 16: Exchange Email

Compose, send, receive, reply, and forward messages.

Assignment 17: Send an Email Attachment

Attach a file to an email message.

Assignment 18: Prevent Cyberbullying

Discuss cyberbullying.

Assignment 19: Study Chat Guidelines and Safety Tips

Establish chat guidelines.

Assignment 20: Chat With Friends

Chat with friends by exchanging messages in real time.

Assignment 21: Network at Social Media Place

Explore social media sites.

Assignment 22: Explore the Blogosphere

Study blog posts.

Digital Citizenship Lessons

Optional Extension Activities
  • Get Homework Help: Bookmark homework helper websites.
  • Study Online Shopping: Conduct an interview to learn about online shopping habits.
  • Study Online Banking: Conduct an interview to learn about online banking services.
  • Visit the Ecard Shop: Send electronic greeting cards for a special event or achievement.
Internet Lesson Plans for Beginners
Introduction to the Internet
Digital Citizenship Lessons
Essential Internet Activities

Transform Your Students Into Internet Experts

Explore web-based resources and services to discover how they can be used responsibly in daily life. Internet activities teach best practices, safety, and digital citizenship. Use this technology project to create a foundation for future learning. Activities are organized around an imaginary world to make learning fun. Destinations include the Visitor’s Center, e-Library, e-Media Center, e-Playground, e-Mail Depot, and e-Café. Students take a tour of various locations to learn about the Internet.


  • Demonstrate responsible, ethical, and safe behavior
  • Use search strategies to locate online resources
  • Bookmark web pages and organize them in a folder
  • Assess trustworthiness of web-based information
  • Watch educational and entertaining videos
  • Play online games, listen to music, view webcams
  • Communicate with email using netiquette
  • Prevent cyberbullying
  • Communicate using chat
  • Evaluate forms of social media

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Introduction to the Internet activities. In this project, students explore the Internet. With a map in hand they travel to the Visitor's Center, e-Library, e-Media Center, e-Playground, e-Mail Depot, and e-Café. At each destination, they track their travels by adding a marker to their map. This online expedition allows students to discover the wonders online as well as learn the importance of responsible digital citizenship.


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