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Published on March 16, 2014

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Tucker Turtle takes time to think about… computer parts have hearts and Cyber foes create Turtle woes Target Audience K-2 Lesson Think A Louds: Students will watch the story of Tucker Turtle Takes Time To Think About and answer associated questions throughout the story to help Tucker use the computer with respect and cyber safety. Students will learn a simple safety message in rhyme, which will be repeated on several occasions. Learning Objectives: To be able to understand the importance of proper care and seeking adult assistance when on the internet K-2 CCSS and ISTE aligned standards: Common Core: K: W.2, W.5, W.7, W.8, W.10, SL.1a, SL.1b, SL.2, SL.3, SL.4, SL.5, SL.6, L.6 – 1st : W.5, W.7, W.8, L.6 – 2nd : W.2, W.7, W.8, SL.1a, SL.1b, SL.1c, SL.6, L.6NETS•S: 3a, 3b, 5a, 5b, 6a. Students will engage reciprocal active learning. Acquire and apply computer basics and cyber safety through identifying phonemics through emotional and computer literacy. Behavior modification will be reinforced by an auditory rhythmic song. Uses the class’s verbal active participation to organize; sequence and clarify thinking, ideas, feelings and events. Sustain attentive listening, respond to what they have heard by relevant comments, questions or actions. Extend their vocabulary, exploring the meanings of new sounds and new words Retell narratives in the correct sequence, drawing on the language patterns of stories. Students will show an understanding of the story elements. Students will make connections to literature Explore how songs use repeated sounds and sound patterns Express and communicate their ideas, thoughts and feelings by using a widening range of materials and suitable too ls

Tucker Turtle takes time to think about… computer parts have hearts and cyber foes create computer woes Day 1 Starter Explain to the children that they are going to be thinking about the parts of the computer and the internet and start by asking them some simple show-of- hand questions: Who likes to use the computer? Who uses a computer at home? Who likes to play games on the computer? Who has been on the internet before? Who likes to play games on the internet? (Have you ever gotten so frustrated at the computer that banged, threw, or kicked the computer parts?) 5 minutes Introduce Tucker Turtle. He can get very frustrated Go around and compliment them on how they are handling their computer! Read Tucker Turtle: computer parts have hearts. Review how some children could understand how Tucker felt. Review rhyme to remind them how parts have hearts. At computer groups students Design the parts with hearts on kidpixs or can use clipart with word Students finish task. Save and print. Free Choice Students return to their computer and go to an approved site 40 minutes Day 2 – Pop Ups! Don’t click you will make your mouse sick! Read about Tuckers frustrations with pop ups. Discuss who could help Tucker Computer Group: go to google images type in sad computer mouse. Now type angry turtle Type: Tucker didn’t think! For remainder of computer lab Task Complete: Students return to their computer and go to an approved site. 45 – 50 minutes Day 3 – Don’t get Mad get Mom or Dad Materials: green copy paper Scissors glue Read what happened to Tucker next. Tucker seemed very upset that his screen is not right. Should Tucker try to fix it by himself or should he ask for help? Yes. Put your chin to your chest. No. Make an X with your arms. Is Tucker thinking? Computer groups: go to http://www.dltk- kids.com/animals/mturtle-3d.htm Print and come back to large group area Task Complete: Students return to their computer and go to an approved site. 45-50 minutes Timing: Story 10 - 15 mins (then shorter follow up activities) Key Vocabulary:, pop-up, laptop Preparation: Read the story of Tucker Turtle takes time to think about beforehand and ensure that you have the “think out loud” questions ready to read .Mini Lesson then computer groups Resources: PPT, “think out loud” questions, creative word –picture representation with kidpixs or word

Day 4 – Will the Cyber foes create Tucker Turtle woes Just when we thought Tucker Turtle was cyber safe thinking… He was on the computer, but he didn’t go to his favorites. He started typing in the address bars about presents. … and right before his eyes a present appeared on the screen. And the stranger’s voice said you won! Open me! Do you think Tucker should open a present from a stranger? Computer Groups: Click on the Word shortcut. Go to insert, then clip art. Type Turtle. Pick a Turtle – Insert. Now go to shapes. At the bottom, look for call outs or thought bubbles. What is Tucker thinking? You can type the word in clipart and put it in or out of the bubble. Task Complete: Students return to their computer and go to an approved site. 45-50 minutes Day 5 Last Day of Unit Thinking Tucker is triumphant! Recap and continue you the story. Did Tucker open the Present? Will the Cyber Foes win? Tucker remembered his powerful words THINK! THINK! THINK! He went to his Dad and his Dad found the secret X and banished the Cyber Foe away forever! Students return to their computer and go to an approved site. I will call each group up and record them Recalling how Tucker taught them to think think think 45-50 min.

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