You may use English-language Internet sources to help you.
a Make a list of the social media platforms that you use.
b Find out which social media platforms are most popular in your class.
|All in the Family|
Read about sharenting, what it is and what impact it can have.
Connect the words and expressions that have the same meaning.
|1. to share||a. afraid or nervous about what may happen|
|2. parenting||b. ashamed, shy|
|3. the law||c. bad for you|
|4. responsible||d. being the one with the duty of taking care of something|
|5. privacy||e. feeling fear and concern because you think that something could happen|
|6. to consent||f. to give permission for something to happen or be done|
|7. best interests||g. an important subject|
|8. harmful||h. to post things on social media so that other people can see them|
|9. a study||i. a research|
|10. an issue||j. the right to keep your personal matters and relationships secret|
|11. embarrassed||k. the things that parents do to raise a child|
|12. anxious||l. what is best for a person|
|13. worried||m. the whole system or set of rules made by the government of a country|
a What is “sharenting”?
1 Asking permission to share pictures online.
2 Divorced parents that share the care for their children.
3 Parents sharing pictures of their children online.
4 Sharing pictures of parents without their consent.
b How old must you be to make your own profile on most social media platforms?
4 There is no minimum age.
c According to a Newsround study, how do kids feel about sharenting?
1 More than 25% are not happy about it.
2 More than 50% feel proud of it.
3 Most kids don’t mind.
4 None of the kids are okay with it.
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