Sunday, April 14, 2024

FREE MISC. LESSON - “Cyberbullying & Online Safety Scenarios with Questions for Digital Citizenship”

by ESL Lifeline
8th - 11th Grade

Is cyberbullying a concern for your classroom? These printable worksheets equip your students with the skills they need to navigate the digital world confidently, respond effectively to online harassment and grow into responsible digital citizens. Download them now for free and get your class learning about the importance of internet safety!

These two downloadable cyberbullying scenarios offer:

  • Real-world situations that spark engaging discussions and critical thinking.
  • Thought-provoking questions that challenge students to see things from different perspectives.
  • Actionable strategies to help students handle cyberbullying with confidence.

More than just scenarios, this is a powerful teaching tool to:

  • Facilitate discussions about digital citizenship
  • Reinforce positive character education principles
  • Supplement your character education and life skills curriculums

The two short scenarios are fictional accounts involving cyberbullying.

  1. THE MEME: The Meme is about a boy named David who sees a meme in a group chat that is making fun of him.
  2. THE GROUP CHAT: The Group Chat is about a girl named Audrey who sees a meme of her in a group chat that is clearly making fun of her.


  • Middle and High School Classrooms
  • Homeroom or Advisory Periods
  • After-School Programs or Literacy Centers
  • Supplementary Material
  • Substitute Teachers

Cyberbullying is on the rise. It's important for young people today to understand why it occurs and how to offer solutions to this growing problem. For more on cyberbullying, see my How to Write a Problem Solution Essay resource.

This free digital citizenship resource comes in a single PDF file that can be opened using your preferred PDF reader. It comes with a guide for using it effectively in the classroom, which helps keep prep to a minimum.

These are 2 free pages of 9 different activities from my Responsible Digital Citizenship Package. Purchase it now and get more exciting material for online safety!


Get this free resource on cyberbullying, plus other exciting topics like Fake News, in my Digital Literacy Bundle and save on all my resources for helping students learn how to be more responsible online.

Terms of Use:

This resource was created by Landon S. Seigler of ESL Lifeline, all rights are reserved. The original purchaser is permitted to use it for a single class only. Teachers have the authorization to share this product with their students (and parents) through email, Google Classroom, or the Internet, as long as the site is password protected. Distribution to your own students is allowed, but uploading it to the Internet for public access and download is not permitted.

**If you wish to use this resource for multiple classrooms or share it with fellow educators, please purchase additional licenses from ESL Lifeline’s store on TpT – they are discounted. Your adherence to these usage terms is greatly appreciated.

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