Lesson details

Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will explore the concept of digital citizenship. What rights do we have as digital citizens? What responsibilities come with those rights and what change is digital citizenship making to our democracy?


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5 Questions

What is digital citizenship?
Being part of an online world where you live as a different person or citizen
Citizens have digital identification cards as proof they are citizens of a country
Knowing how to stay safe online
Correct answer: The ability of citizens to make critical use of information, technology and the internet to participate actively in communities and democracy
What is a right?
Correct answer: Something everybody is entitled to, for example food and shelter
Something I really want like a new mobile phone or a computer games console
Something you are given by an adult who allows you to do a certain action, eg the right to stay out late
The opposite of a wrong
Which of these rights does NOT link to digital citizenship?
Correct answer: The right not to be a slave
The right to an identity
The right to data protection
The right to privacy
What is E-Voting
Voting for things that begin with E in a competition
Voting on a game show
Voting on the E! television channel
Correct answer: Voting using a digital method, not on a piece of paper
Which country is famous for successfully using E - Voting?
Correct answer: Estonia