7: Things you can do online


Like it or not, there are legal implications to children viewing sexual content – especially if they create or share it.

This lesson's aim is to get across the larger implications of such content and give learners a simple, foundational understanding of how the law applies to it.

We do this through a scenario-based quiz and afterwards reinforce it through the creation of some do's and don'ts for their own online behavior.

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Things you can do online

Included in this lesson:

  • Teacher’s notes (16pgs)
  • Powerpoint presentation (12pgs)
  • Worksheet (4pgs)

Examples of presentation slides in Part 7

Approx. 45 minutes



resourcesPresentation and teachers notes, whiteboard, internet access



Overview: Learners are given a quiz about what they think they can and can’t do online e.g. is it ok to share an image of a friend with someone? They are asked to consider these activities under the framework of what is legal and what isn’t legal online. They are then asked to design their own dos and don’ts about sexual content and activities online and on mobile devices.



  • Understand what is and is not appropriate online and the associated laws
  • Understand what to do if they or someone is else is behaving inappropriately, e.g. how to report content they think is inappropriate
  • Design “dos and don’ts” when it comes to activity online



  • Students know how and where to report inappropriate and/or illegal online activity
  • Be able to operate within the confines of the law and understand why they are in place


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