Social Media Worksheets:
A Permanent Record -
It's very important to understand that once you post something online,
it’s out there forever. Think about what it means for everything you post
online-from a book review or a blog to a Facebook update or a
YouTube video of you on your last vacation-to be retrievable and always
Create a Social Media App -
Think about the things you do every day, or the things you enjoy doing. How
could an app make things easier for you? Could an app provide a new way to
enjoy the things that interest you?
Viral Videos -
Draw a conclusion about the society we are living in, based on what you
have learned about the kinds of videos that "go viral."
Navigating Social Media Risks -
List ways that you can minimize each of the following risks that come with using
this type of application. Then we will examine them.
The News on Social Media -
Can you believe the news that you read on these networks? It hasn't gone
through the fact-checking process like news items in newspapers and
magazines. But does that mean it isn't true?
Post, Like, Share -
List three things that you have liked on any of the applications that you have used. Why did you like
Who Do You Follow? -
List some of the people, organizations, businesses, or hashtags that
you follow on social media.
Take a Break People -
When you fast from something, you refrain from doing it. Try a
social media fast for the next 24 hours. Then answer the
The Selfie -
Describe the last time you took a selfie. Where were you?
What made you decide to take the selfie?
About Instagram -
Instagram is primarily an image-based sharing platform. Where will you
get the images you will share on Instagram?
Almost five billion videos are watched on YouTube every single day. Think
about your experiences watching YouTube, and answer the questions.
YouTube Part 2 -
What value does YouTube provide for the people posting videos?