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Mobile Phones

What issues are associated with mobile phones – what . Starter – Paired activity. Features of mobile phones. Rank these activities in order of energy consumption from those that use the most energy to those that use the least.

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Mobile Phones






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Mobile Phones

What issues are associated with mobile phones – what Slide2

Starter – Paired activity

Features of mobile phones

Rank these activities in order of energy consumption from those that use the most energy to those that use the least

Surfing the Internet

Watching Internet TV

Talking to friends

Sending text messages

Taking photos

Using the calculator to keep tabs on finances

Using GPS to find a destinationSlide3

Learning Outcomes

All students should be able to recognise some effects of mobile phones

Most should be able to answer questions on the effects of mobile phones on well being, health, safety, security, finance and other people.

Some will be able to explain in detail these effects and provide a range of answers and possible solutionsSlide4

Group - Key Concepts

Can you think of how mobile phones can have an effect on:

Well being

Health

Safety

Security

Financial

Other people around youSlide5

Well being, safety and security

Effects of using mobile phones on well being.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ovR3FF_6us&feature=player_embedded

1. What effect could these pictures being online later on in her working life?

(1 mark)

2. What is meant by

cyberbullying

?

(1 mark)Slide6

Health and Well being

3. What is meant by Work / life balance?

1 markSlide7

Health and Well being

4. A person has a

smartphone

. List 3 functions of the smart phone that can allow this person to work on the move / on the go?

(3 marks)

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-

-Slide8

Health and Well being

5. A person has a

smartphone

. List 3 positive and negative effects that this phone can have on his home life?

(3 marks)

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-Slide9

Losing your phone can have implications (8 marks)

Issue

Financially

Socially

Security

Files

Impact on the individual?

How

can you safe guard against these?

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Losing your phone can have implications (8 marks)

Issue

Financially

Socially

Security

Files

Impact on the individual?

The cost of the contract, the cost

of a new phone, insurance will increase

Unable to socialise – to

lose contacts – to be off air and

incontactable

Passwords,

confidential information left on the phone, pictures, other details

Lost images, songs, videos that cannot

be

How

can you safe guard against these?

Get insurance, Change passwords on social networking sites. Backup your contacts.Password

protect your phone

Backup all

your files so that the phone is not the only place to store them.Slide11

John has explained to Alice that she should use her mobile phone responsibly and not inconvenience or endanger herself and other people.

List

four

rules that Alice should follow in order to do this.

(4)

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

Slide12

Rosie has an eight-year-old brother who wants a mobile phone for his birthday.

Rosie’s parents are concerned that he is too young and have been thinking about the pros and cons of children owning mobile phones.

State

four

concerns Rosie’s parents may have about young children owning and using mobile phones.

(4)

(1

)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(ii) State one situation where his parents would think it would be an advantage for him to have a mobile phone. (1)

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Plenary marks out of 26

Rough boundaries

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