Nowadays, everything has a password, but the protection is only as good as the password itself. Make sure your passwords are unique and hard to guess; don't use birthdays or family members' names, or anything that could be easily guessed by someone who knows you. Don't give your password to anyone other than your parents, not even your very best friend. These steps help keep your PRIVACY. Many adults don't do this step and use super easy passwords for important things, like bank accounts!
1. As a group, read the prompt on your workbook and talk about it.
Write neatly on your workbook.
2. Create an uncrackable password!
Use the password creation area on your workbook and create an eWarrior password.
More examples of phrases:
"Dad walks the dog at 3 because of dinner." -> dwtda3bod
"Mike ate three apples for dinner, and his sister, 4." -> ma3afdahs4
When you capitalize some of the letters, you get:
3. Ask your teacher to give each one on your group a letter S sticker!
Colour the letter and glue it on your eWarrior passport. You need to collect all the stickers before you can receive your eWarrior Certificate!