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K-12 Lessons, Sources & the Internet
by
Gina Otto

Student Instructions
for Using Lessons on the
Internet

Before setting your students off on an Internet lesson, there is basic computer information that they need to know.  The following are instructions that need to be given and/or taught before the lesson begins:

Instructions to the Student

Your task in an on-line lesson is to surf through the Internet links usually attached to the lesson and find pictures, text, maps, facts, quotes, or controversies that give you the information you need for your report.  You can take notes on paper, or you can capture the text and images that you find important.

Specifically, you will:

This sheet's citation would look something like this:

Student Instructions for Using Lessons on the Internet
http://ginaotto.com/studentinstruct.html, August 5, 2005 (date used)

or

Otto, Gina.  Student Instructions for Using Lessons on the Internet
http://ginaotto.com/studentinstruct.html, August 5, 2005
 
 

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