Have you ever been cyberbullied? or have you ever been a cyberbully yourself without really knowing it?
Let's begin by defining what cyberbullying is:
cyberbullying ˈsʌɪbəˌbʊlɪɪŋ/ is the use of electronic communication to bully a person, typically by sending messages of an intimidating or threatening nature.
"Children may be reluctant to admit to being the victims of cyberbullying"
Here are some articles to read about cyberbullying:
Is your child a cyberbully? (BBC News)
Education key to fighting cyberbullying of children (The Guardian)
Here's a related Selectivity exam to do: What is cyberbullying? (2015)
Important piece of advice >>>> Here's a guide to educate internet users about the importance of online privacy and how to save themselves from a data breach they have just sent me and which may interest you just in case:
The Ultimate Online Privacy Guide
The Importance of Being Earnest, Part 4: A visit from Earnest (Parts 5 , 6 & 7) Dramas from BBC Learning English
Here are 6 TED talks about the issue: STAND UP TO BULLYING!
REVISION EXERCISE for 1º Bachillerato >>>
Shampoo is some soap you use to wash your hair.
An alarm clock is a clock that wakes you up in the morning.
A suitcase is something you use to carry your clothes and other things when you travel.
A bicycle is a two-wheeled vehicle you use use to do sport or to go from one place to another.
A dishwasher is a machine that does the washing up for you.
1. What a 2. How 3. What 4. What an 5. How
Ex 107 >>>
1. So did I. 2. So would she. 3. Neither do we. 4. So are you. 5. So must we.
- Episode 170809 / 9 August 2017 >>> Expressions presented: elective, forsaking, fairly and squarely & top dog.