Adults You Know and Trust can Help You

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Adults You Know and Trust can Help You


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Sometimes we see something on the Internet that makes us feel uncomfortable. When this happens, you need to tell an adult you trust. An adult you trust might be your mom and dad, guardian, older brother or sister, teacher, school counselor, principal, police officer, grandparent, uncle or aunt. This video can be played during a lesson on seeking reliable health information.

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Health Education
HE (2019)
Grade: 6
6.3.1) Analyze the validity of a variety of Internet sources for health information.

Examples: valid sites (education), .org (non-profit), or .gov (government); unreliable health information sites - .com (commercial)

a. Identify local resources for reliable health information.

Examples: public health agencies, school nurse, health education teacher

Health Education
HE (2019)
Grade: 7
7.5.1) Distinguish when a self-decision should be made or if help should be sought from a responsible adult.

Examples: friends begin drinking, unsafe situation arises at school, suicidal friend, suspected abuse, seat belt use, suicidal thoughts

a. Determine when it is necessary to ask for assistance when making a health choice.

Examples: friend begins to self-harm, negative peer pressure

Tags: internet safety, personal information
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Author: Michelle Frye