With a partner
look at the site Chat Danger ( http://www.chatdanger.com/
out some of the chats for both students and teachers found at
some of the links, for
'How to Participate'
at a 'Transcript' or two
to the ePALS site ( http://www.epals.com).
are some ways you might take advantage of chat rooms?
the Marco Polo web sites alone or with a partner, at: (http://marcopolo.worldcom.com/)
Marco Polo search tool, try to find at least three approved
MarcoPolo sites that you could use in the classroom.
If you search
for the term "online newspaper," you might find a
link to National Geographic's Xpedition web site: History Through
Headlines. While this is not an example of an online newspaper,
it is the kind of educational resource that uses a newspaper
headline format in a creative and meaningful way, and it certainly
appears to be the kind of educational resource that teachers
might like to use in their classroom.
is the name and URL of each site?
Marco Polo section does the site comes from? (if available)
you think this site might be used in a classroom?