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In this lesson, students are required to research the topic and produce a three–fold poster or a PowerPoint Slide Show for a Cyber Safety Fair. The fair will be like a trade show. Each group will have a table at the show and will display their information on either the poster or where there is sufficient equipment and power, using PowerPoint. Students should also prepare a single page handout with a summary of their information. This lesson can also be used independently of the Cyber Safety Fair concept. The lessons in the Cyber Safety Fair group can be used to assemble a very informative and interesting session for students, parents and/or the community.


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5-1.1: South Carolina Academic Standards for English Language Arts

Analyze literary texts to draw conclusions and make inferences.

K-2.1: South Carolina Academic Standards for English Language Arts

Summarize the central idea and details from informational texts read aloud.

K-2.4: South Carolina Academic Standards for English Language Arts

Create responses to informational texts through a variety of methods (for example, drawings, written works, and oral presentations).
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