What is Cyberbullying:

The uses of the Internet or technology to harass, threaten, embarrass, or target another person, this person is called a Cyberbully. Typically, cyberbullying involves tweens and teens; but it's not uncommon for adults to experience cyberbullying and public shaming as well.

Types of Cyberbullying: 

- Harassment

- Impersonation

- Inappropriate photographs

- Website Creation 

- Video Shaming 



Tasks to Complete:

- Show understanding of what Cyberbullying is and how it happens

- Show understanding of what Cyberbullying is through pictures

- Learn about the various effects of all types of Cyberbullying 




To Complete the needed tasks: 

1. Explain what Cyberbullying is and explain the different types of Cyberbullying? (15 Marks)

2. Search on the internet for pictures/examples of Cyberbullying (10 Marks)

3. Also using different resources and name a few ways to avoid Cyberbullying (10 Marks)

Due date is 14/10/2021 (During class time)


Evaluation Marks: 

Content 10
Explanation 10
Pictures 10
Originality 5




- Learner should be able to state the types of cyberbullying

- State ways to avoid cyberbullying 

- How to help a friend going through cyberbullying 

Please read more from other topic related materials such as books, journals and also see below links for more information




Kim. T . (2013). 5 Different Types of Cyberbullying. Cyber Bullying News. Retrieved from

Perez. p  (2017). Why it’s important to prevent cyberbullying. East Los Angeles Renaissance Academy. Retrieved from…

Teacher Page

Young people have suffered drastically from some type of cyberbullying. Cyberbullying victims are more likely to have low self-esteem, depression, and consider suicide. Many young girls are forced to believe society will not accept them unless their figure is identical to a model, changing their mentality to do unfortunate things toward their natural bodies. 


Done by: Ms Vaenesia K Siririka

Lesson 1