Do the right thing

Age: 6 - 7 years

Type: Cyber

Curriculum Links to: PSHE, Digital Literacy

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RESOURCE OVERVIEW:

The second of two lessons on the subject of ownership, permissions and the use of digital resources which are the basics of the ethical use of computers, including data literacy and cyber security.

Following on from the first lesson which focused on ownership, permission and use of familiar real life objects, in lesson two, the three concepts are extended to digital contexts. Pupils respond to storycards giving scenarios on digital ownership and work out:

  • Who owns the “digital” object?
  • What permission has been given?
  • What use is allowed?

The concept of copyright is introduced at the end of the lesson as the grown-up rules for answering these three questions.

PUPIL OBJECTIVES:

  • To know that digital things have owners too.
  • To understand that you need permission to use digital things.
  • To know that even if you have permission to use a digital thing, there might be rules about what you can do with it.

TEACHING ASSESSMENT OPPORTUNITIES:

  • Pupils can give examples of digital things.
  • Pupils can say who the owner of a digital things is or might be.
  • Pupils can say whether we have permission to use something or not.
  • Pupils can give examples of rules which might apply to our use of someone else’s things.

LESSON TIMING: 1 hour

This lesson in your curriculum

Do the right thing – Lesson 2

Computing National Curriculum: In the KS1 National Curriculum Attainment Targets, pupils should be taught to ‘use technology safely and respectfully’ as part of Digital Literacy.

Education for a Connected World, UK Council for Internet Safety (KS1):
Copyright
www.gov.uk/government/publications/education-for-a-connected-world

  • I can explain why work I create using technology belongs to me. I can say why it belongs to me (e.g. ‘I designed it’ or ‘I filmed it’).
  • I can save my work under a suitable title / name so that others know it belongs to me (e.g. filename, name on content)
  • I understand that work created by others does not belong to me even if I save a copy
  • I can describe why other people’s work belongs to them
  • I can recognise that content on the internet may belong to other people