Character Education: Help Onji (Cyber Wellness)

Respond to the scenario.

23 comments:

ABBIGGAAILL安琪♥ said...

1. No because the website is asking her to reveal her personal information.

2. Yes because they asked for her name, address and contact number which is revealing personal information.

3. No as it is a dangerous website and she is unsure of her own actions.

zhi-yong's said...

Onji should not believe what the website says as the website should be dangerous as there is not specific records of who Dr.A is and the website can be created by anyone. Also, the website's content is very nonsensical, and Onji should be smart enough to differentiate between right and wrong

Catherine Lim =) said...

No. There isn't any magic in a gel from a website that ask you to bully a person who hurt you.

Yes. The advice given is not appropriate and should not be a good website.

No, the advice does not make any sense and no one knows if magic really exist which makes it even more suspicious and you will be a guinea pig if you try it out.

Jonathan Then said...

No, she shouldn't. The information on the website is inappropriate.
This website is considered dangerous as the website requests for their name address and contact number.
No, she shouldn't follow the advice as hitting the person back will land her in jail with the other person-.-. Illogical advice.

Vivek said...

1. No, it is only a scam which wants to know your information.
2. Yes, there is no gel which can actually make you grow taller.
3.No, the ideas here are not sensible and invade your personal particulars.

Alpha said...

1.No, it is clearly a scamming site

2.Yes. It tells the person to do something wrong.

3.No, because she should not give her personal information away.

k.chua said...

1)Onji should not go to the website as it contains improper information on the website.

2)The website wanted her to reveal her contact,name and address to them since the "magic" gel can be transported with only the address needed,not her name and her contacts.

3)No.She does not know who doctor A is and may be some conman wanting to con other people

Mirza said...

1)Onji should not beleive the information as there are no backup proof and also she should see other websites first before confirming the information given.
2)Yes it is as it tells illogical information and does not make any sense.
3)No, we should not trust the site as it does not have correct informations.

Daniel Chan said...

Daniel Chan (08)
Class 1-05
1)No she should not.
2)The website is a dangerous site.She could tell because while one should never give away their contact information on the internet,the website requests her to give contact information to the owner of the website.It is also not an official website recognized by the government or any company.
3)No,she should not.

mohit said...

1. No.She should not believe what the website says as it requires to give her personal information.

2. Yes it is a dangerous site as it is not giving correct information.Instead, it is encouraging her to be bad.

3.No she should not as he is a bad guy

Akansh said...

1. No, she should not believe it as the website is asking for her address and contact number.

2.Yes, as there is violent comments.

3.No, as she is not looking on how to grow taller or keep her sanity and the content is asking for private information.

Amrit said...
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Wakaka Waffle said...

1 No because that is revealing the information to strangers.
2 It is dangerous because the site is asking for her information.
3 She should not because the site is suspicious.

foo zhixiang said...

No, she should not.

The website asks for her name, address and number.

She should not follow the advice.

KunYao- TheKYT said...

Tay Kun Yao (20)

1. I do not think that Onji should believe what’s on the website.
2. Yes, it is a dangerous website as there is no such thing as a magic gel. Onji could use her common sense or her six senses to tell if the website is safe or unsafe.
3. No, she shouldn’t as this website does not give the correct and best advice. Firstly, you should not be involve in a fight. Tell a teacher if someone hurts you. Secondly, The websites do not need to know your information just to send you the magic gel.

Amrit said...

No she should not. it may be to get money from her.
yes i think this website is dangerous, it is advertising strange products which cannot be found in ordinary shops.
No she should not. the advice may harm her health.

peterlovedoritos said...

1. No because the website is asking her to reveal her personal information and obviously something is not right

2. Yes because they asked for her name, address and contact number which is revealing personal information.

3. No as it is a dangerous website and she is unsure of her own actions.

MATTHEW LIM said...

1) Do you think Onji should believe what’s on the website?
She should not believe what she sees on the website as it could be a
scam instead she should tell someone she trusts and
report it to the authorities.
2) Is this website a “dangerous” website? How can she tell?
Probably. It says things that don't make sense.
3) Should she follow the advice of Dr A on the website?
No as Dr A cannot be trusted because there is no proof of the gel
being true also she should tell and ask someone she trusts.

Pranavi said...

She should not believe in the website as it tells her to hurt others and also asks her to reveal her personal information.It is a dangerous website as the person Dr.A can be created by anyone.

Elijah Wong said...

Onji should not believe what’s on the website as she do not know much about DR.A and the website is asking for her personal information.

Yes, the website is dangerous as the information on the website is inappropriate for her.

She should not follow the advice of Dr A on the website as the information is incorrect and also, the information is nonsensical.

Khoo Wu Shen said...

1. No, she should not believe what the website says as the website is asking for her personal information

2. Yes. It has violent contents in it

3. There is more than one way to grow taller and if there is a magic gel, it would not be advertise on a website and it ask for personal information

Kenneth said...

1) No, She should not. There is no such thing as a magic gel in the first place.

2) I would thinK this website is dangerous as the website asked her for her personal and contact details, and she does not even know the actual person behind this webpage.

3) No, she should not. She does not know who Dr A is, and she does not know if he is a scientist, or some fraud. If she wants to know if this 'magic gel' is really working, she should ask her science teacher or a professor.

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