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This activity emphasizes self expression. Through this activity students may relate their personal views or experiences regarding cyber bullying as well as present any material on the subject from a previous lesson in a creative manner.
Time Required: 30 min. - 1 hour
Students will learn to express themselves through visual and dramatic art as well as review key concepts of cyber bullying.
1. Ask the students whether they would prefer to create skits or visual art on cyber bullying.
2. Instruct students who wish to create a skit to form groups of 3-4.
3. Instruct students who wish to create visual art pieces to find a seat.
4. Tell both groups of students that their art or skit needs to include who cyber bullies are, what cyber bullies do on the internet, how cyber bullying can be prevented and what to do if you are being cyber bullied.
*If their is not sufficient time for each group/person to design art or make a skit on all of those themes, try assigning one to each individual or group.*
5. Allow those who wish to perform skits to break off and begin planning and practicing their skits.
6. For those who wish to create visual art distribute one piece of paper to each student and disperse the craft supplies around the room.
7. Allow students twenty to thirty minutes to prepare their art or skits.
8. Reconvene and allow the groups to present their skits and individual students to present their artwork. Each presentation or piece of artwork may be discussed by the whole class.
*If the space and materials are available students may create visual art pieces in groups as well.
This activity is part of a larger program called Change that Clicks. This activity should be held after Module 2 on New Media Literacy.
• Paper • Pencils • Markers • Glue • Any available craft supplies
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