English articles – exercises

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Numbers 20 to 100

Uz pomoć ovog snimka, vežbajte izgovor brojeva između 20 i 100 – kliknite OVDE.

Ova onlajn igrica će vam pomoći da proverite znanje desetica između 20 i 100; potrebno je kliknuti na crvenu strelicu koja ukazuje na tačan odgovor.

Qizzy, koji vam je dobro poznat iz udžbenika “Happy Street 2″, takođe može da vam pomogne da utvrdite znanje iz brojeva 20-100 u igrici ako kliknete OVDE.

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How can you protect yourselves from cyberbullying?

Whatever your age, the Internet is a great place to hang out. It’s not only fun, but it lets you keep in touch with friends and family and provides an enormous amount of information. There are lots of great educational sites as well as places to keep up with your favorite hobbies, music, sports, and much more. But, like any community, there are also some people and areas that you ought to avoid and others that you should approach only with caution. By knowing the dangers and how to avoid them, you can take advantage of all the positive aspects of the Internet while avoiding most of its problems that are likely to happen.

If you’re a teenager, you might feel that you don’t need the same rules as younger kids. You may be right, but just because you’re older doesn’t mean that you’re out of danger. Teens are actually more likely to get into trouble online than younger children.

Chat is probably the most dangerous area on the Internet. As with other areas of the Internet, you don’t know who is there, so never say anything in a chatroom that you wouldn’t say in public. Chatrooms, especially those used by teenagers, are sometimes also used by pedophiles to find victims. If you receive a message containing material that is sexually explicit, violent, or advocates something that is illegal or simply makes you feel uncomfortable, show it to your parents and report that message to your Internet service provider.

There are different form of cyberbullying (noun – the activity of sending e-mail or text messages that threaten or insult someone)

  1. Never reveal your information such as address, school, mobile number or any other personal details. Don’t put any information online that will help unwanted strangers find or meet you.  Don’t post your age, your birthdate, your hometown, any of that and NEVER post your address or phone number.  Remember, the majority of people are nice and good, but there are creepy persons out there who want to meet you for creepy reasons.  They will gladly lie about themselves to achieve this.
  2. Never send people pictures of yourself, especially erotic ones. You may never know what they would do with them.
  3. Don’t trust people you meet on social networks, they might not be who they say they are.
  4. Most importantly, never ever meet with somebody you meet on social networks. If you do feel it’s appropriate to meet with someone, discuss it with your parents and never go to the meeting by yourself. Arrange to meet in a public place like a coffee shop or mall that you, not just the other person, are familiar and comfortable with, and never go alone. Remember, there’s nothing wrong with having a “pen friend” online, but if they want to meet with you, there’s a reason why and that reason might be innocent and sweet or…offensive.
  5. If a Facebook friend of yours starts posting mean awful things about kids they know, report them.  Report it to school, to those kids, to parents.  Bullying has always been cruel and harmful; cyberbullying has resulted in suicides!  And if reporting them isn’t enough, unfriend them or even more, block them.  They’ll still be able to spread their garbage around, but at least you’ll be safe from it.
  6. And last but not least, although it’s likely the last thing you want to hear… use your parents!  Yes I know, they’re old and don’t understand anything and they never were on Facebook when they were young, and seem like they never were young at all anyway.  But the truth is they probably care about you more than anyone else ever has, and will do anything they can to protect you.  So ask them for help.  If you have any questions about what to do, they will most likely have some good thoughts, or at least be able to help you find the answers somewhere else. Crazy as it seems, it might be the best idea of all!

Have fun watching the video „Red Riding Hood on Facebook“ – just click HERE.