Who has a mobile phone?
Ask: who has a mobile phone? Who has a smartphone? What do they use it for? Where do they keep it? How do they protect their mobile phone? Does anyone know how to get into your phone (friends? family?) What are the school rules on mobile phone use?
Emphasise that there are blurred lines between real life and online life, especially if using augmented reality games (e.g. Pokémon Go).
Refer back to ‘Jigsaw – Becky’s story’ film in Lesson 1. Ask pupils: how much information do you share, like, say who you go out with, reveal locations or your routine? Explain that all this applies to smartphone use.
PowerPoint Mobile Phone Theft – Lucy & Izzy’s Story
Using the PowerPoint, tell the story of Lucy and Izzy, asking the questions on the slide notes as you go. This mini PowerPoint drama is a scenario about a stolen mobile phone. You could choose two or more members of the class to read and act out the characters’ speech bubbles. Emphasise immobilise.com at the end.
Activity 1: Things to do/not to do with a mobile phone
In groups, pupils cut up these cards and make a ‘Do’ pile and a ‘Don’t’ pile. Stick them onto 2 pieces of paper and decorate them.