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Computer Crime Lesson Activity. * Mafiaboy - a 15 year old boy who took down Yahoo and CNN * Newest types of computer viruses * Computer Crime Definitions * Cyber Warfare against countries - Estonia * How Hackers Stole $45 Million in Two Days * Microsoft and FBI take down global cyber crime ring

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Computer Crime Lesson Activity

Computer Crime Lesson Activity. Links to 2 videos. Highlights... * Mafiaboy - a 15 year old boy who took down Yahoo and CNN * Newest types of computer viruses * Computer Crime Definitions * Cyber Warfare against countries - Estonia * How Hackers Stole $45 Million in Two Days * Microsoft and FBI take down global cyber crime ring

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Computer Crime Lesson Activity

This PowerPoint presentation includes links to documentary videos about cyber crime that you can access online. * Mafiaboy - a 15 year old boy who took down Yahoo and CNN * Newest types of computer viruses * Computer Crime Definitions * Cyber Warfare against countries - Estonia * How Hackers Stole $45 Million in Two Days * Microsoft and FBI take down global cyber crime ring

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Computer Crime Lesson Activity

* Links to documentary videos about cyber crime that you can access online. * Summary slides from those videos as well as questions and activities that you can do with your students. * Mafiaboy - a 15 year old boy who took down Yahoo and CNN

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Computer Crime Lesson Activity

Computer Crime Lesson Activity This PowerPoint presentation includes links to 2 documentary videos about cyber crime that you can access online. It includes summary slides from those videos as well as questions and activities that you can do with your students. Highlights * Mafiaboy - a 15 year old boy who took down yahoo and CNN

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Lesson Plan Templates - Multiple Editable Templates {Google Digital Resource}

Lesson Plan Templates

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Crime Scene Activity: Analyzing Primary and Secondary Source Evidence

“The Case of the Student Teacher Gone Missing” is a customizable activity that asks students to solve a crime based on their analysis of evidence. First students must classify the twelve pieces of evidence as primary or secondary source evidence. Then students must decide which type of evidence they will use: primary or secondary, and explain why. Finally, students will analyze each piece of relevant evidence to draw conclusion about who the guilty teacher might be.

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Google Drive Lessons Bundle

• These lessons contains screen shots, activities, marking schemes, tips and instructions for using Documents, Presentations, Spreadsheets, Drawings and Forms within Google Drive. Update: Lessons for the new Google Add-ons and Updates 2014/15 have been added.

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Business Lessons Ultimate Bundle

100 Business Lessons and Activities

Marshmallow Challenge Handout. A great team building activity for the first days of school! Watched it in action, all types of students get involved! Love it!