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Web-based Activity -
Planning Template

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Skill - State the skill to be practiced, or the standard that this activity is addressing. You may also wish to refer to the Standards and Benchmarks database maintained by the Regional Educational Laboratory McREL (Mid-Continent Research for Education and Learning). When you are finished browsing either standards page, close that browser window to return to this template.

URL - Give the web address of the site to be used in this activity. The web address is called a URL (Uniform Resource Locator) and usually begins with http://

Site Description - Give a brief description of the site. This is primarily for your reference, to remind you of any specifics regarding location of content the students will be using.

Site Activity - Give complete directions to your students. If you are sending them to a web site where they must scroll before finding what you want them to see, be very specific in your instructions. This paragraph is to act as a stand-in for you. Make your instructions as precise as possible. If you are successful, no students should have to raise their hand and ask. "Now what, Mr. B?"

Technology Product - Clearly state what technology product your student is to produce to complete the lesson. Examples of technology products would be; a PowerPoint show, a newsletter produced in Word, a graph or chart produced in Excel, a drawing produced in Paint which could be inserted PowerPoint, Word, or Excel.

Follow-Up Activity - List individual work that students might do to investigate this topic further. You might also send them to another web site for further practice.

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Thanks to Kristi Sayles for teaching i4c how to make this template work.

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