Internet Etiquette-Respect and responsibility

- How should we conduct ourselves appropriately in the cyber space?
- What constitute negative behaviour in the cyberspace?

For Class 1-09's comments after CE lesson on 18 Jan:) Please also access the Google Docs on your student domain to fill up the reflection form.

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  2. We should always remember to have respect for the other party and never use acronyms. Flaming, swearing, posting rude comments on others blogs, saying bad things on them to other people are all examples of negative behaviour.
    Jonan Ling

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  3. 1. We should put our full name and state ourselves when asked.
    2. Using vulgarities and typing capital letters which makes people think you are shouting.

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  4. We should act properly and not act negatively in the cyber space. We should put up a good behaviour in the cyber space just like how we act in public or in school.

    Examples of negative behaviour:
    Posting inappropriate things on our blogs, or anywhere in the cyber space.
    Mentioning names and scolding them or mocking them.

    -Michelle Dapito(:

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  5. - How should we conduct ourselves appropriately in the cyber space?
    We should be polite and follow the rules of netiquette.
    - What constitute negative behaviour in the cyberspace?
    Flaming, spamming and unnecessarily insulting people.

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  6. 1. We should not use caps when talking to friends and dont send junk email
    2.Do not use caps to talk to people and do not say bad words like stupid

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  7. 1.)We should not use caps for the whole sentence. We should always remember not to offend people at all time.
    2.)Using caps for the whole sentence. Posting rubbish on the net and posting people photos without permission.

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  8. !) We should respects everyone.
    2)All rude things.

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  9. 1. We should not type stuff that hurts others
    2. Criticizing people using vulgarities.

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  10. - How should we conduct ourselves appropriately in the cyber space?
    We must observe the correct Netiquette.

    - What constitute negative behaviour in the cyberspace?
    Flaming,spamming,sending viruses,and everything that does not follow the correct Netiquette.

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  11. 1) How should we conduct ourselves appropriately in the cyber space.
    Ans: We must respect the other party.
    2) What constitute negative behaviour in the cyberspace?
    Ans: Flaming, spamming, insulting people.

    Rayner

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  12. 1. We should not treat others badly and have respect to others.

    2.Flaming, Online shouting, using vulgar language, being rude to others

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  13. We should not spam other people's emails, chats, etc.
    We should not flame.
    Use capital letters only when nesscery.

    Using capital letters when not nesscery, flaming others and spaming other people's emails chats, etc.

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  14. We should not type in all capitals as it represents shouting.
    Flaming, spamming and using offensive acronyms are examples of negative behaviour in cyber-space.

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  15. We should follow the rules of the Netiquette.
    Flaming, Vulgar language, Spamming, posting other people's secret, etc.

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  16. -How should we conduct ourselves appropriately in the cyber space?
    We should be polite at all times when online.

    - What constitute negative behaviour in the cyberspace?
    Spamming, typing in all caps and flaming.

    Naveena

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  17. 1) We should type proper english if we are typing to our teacher, principal, or even a company. Also, be polite and watch our grammar and punctuation.
    2) Spamming other people's e-mail, insulting other people, disagreeing with other people's comments or opinions, and also 'screaming' when chatting with someone else.

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  18. We should "Think before we post". We have to think whether what we post can affect anyone negatively. We have to be considerate and not do things like post bad comments of others, post pictures of others without without their permission. If everyone can be sensible enough, people will enjoy using the internet.

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  19. - How should we conduct ourselves appropriately in the cyber space?
    We should use proper english to communicate with people online and not use Singlish .
    - What constitute negative behaviour in the cyberspace?
    Flaming,spamming,sending viruses and unnecessary insulting people .

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  20. How should we conduct ourselves appropriately in the cyber space?
    - We should be polite and not flame on the net. Remember the netiquette rules.
    What constitute negative behaviour in the cyberspace?
    - Flaming, spamming, typing in caps and talking bad about people.

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  21. - How should we conduct ourselves appropriately in the cyber space?
    We should not type in capital letters and be polite in our words.
    - What constitute negative behaviour in the cyberspace?
    That is typing in capitals, flaming and sending spam and junk mail.

    Tim Yap

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  22. We should always respect other's privacy by not forwading things that people send you without their permission. We should also not flame on other people's email or places where they can see. Example of negative behaviour in cyberspace is sending stupid messages to people to waste their time & providing strangers that we meet online with private information.

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  23. We should not write vulgar language and respect others and their privacy
    Writing vulgar invading privacy of others, flaming , shouting in caps

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  24. We should conduct ourselves appropriately by remaining polite at all times on the internet, if we do not conduct ourselves appropriately, we might anger or annoy other people.

    What constitutes negative behavior is to be rude in every way such as sending people junk mail (spamming), typing in all caps, as if you are shouting, typing vulgarities etc.

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