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    Resources

    Results 71 thru 80 of 269 total resources.

    71.  Web Site
    Things for Sale
    This lesson plan teaches students that some Web sites are advertising environments intended to promote good feelings about products. They analyze the feature...
    Curriculum: Computer Science
    Grades: 2, 3
    72.  Web Site
    Good Manners Everywhere: Netiquette
    Students use this lesson plan to discuss good manners in the face-to-face world and learn some dos and don'ts for using E-mail in cyberspace.
    Curriculum: Computer Science
    Grades: 2, 3
    73.  Web Site
    Whose property is this?
    Students extend their understanding of "property" to include not only computer equipment but also the work of others, and then discuss rules for respecting s...
    Curriculum: Computer Science
    Grades: 2, 3
    74.  Web Site
    What's Private?
    Children learn about the power of the Internet to facilitate collaboration among students worldwide. While co-writing a story online, students learn an impor...
    Curriculum: Computer Science
    Grades: 2, 3
    75.  Web Site
    Cyberspace at School
    Children explore the concept of cyberspace as a means of communicating with real people within their school. They will draw pictures to show cyberspace conne...
    Curriculum: Computer Science
    Grades: K, 1
    76.  Web Site
    Spread the News!
    Children learn what it means to communicate, recognize the computer as a communication invention, and plan their own way to communicate a message. Students w...
    Curriculum: Computer Science
    Grades: K, 1
    77.  Web Site
    The Library
    Children learn that the library houses many forms of media for both research and leisure activities. They also learn that an important resource in the librar...
    Curriculum: Leadership
    Grades: K, 1
    78.  Web Site
    Good Sites
    Children explore and evaluate a children's Web site, concluding that people's opinions about the quality and usefulness of a site will vary. Students rate th...
    Curriculum: Computer Science
    Grades: K, 1
    79.  Web Site
    Find the Ad
    Children learn that the purpose of advertisements is to encourage people to buy something; children also practice differentiating ads from content on Web sites.
    Curriculum: Computer Science
    Grades: K, 1
    80.  Web Site
    Is This Yours?
    In this short 10-15 minute lesson, children learn that computers, like other objects, are property and should be respected.
    Curriculum: Computer Science
    Grades: K, 1


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