This reference page is a wonderful BCIS link for formatting newsletters,documents, and surfing the web.

Title of Web Page: Lesson Exchange: BCIS 1 (Senior, Computer) - Microsoft Internet Explorer.
This web site can be used by teachers, teaching any subject. It consist of lesson plans, spelling worksheets, vocabulary worksheets and much more.

Title of Web Page: Computers - Lesson Plans Webquests - Microsoft Internet Explorer.
Blue Web'N is an online library of 1800 + outstanding sites. These sites are categorized by subject, resources, references, and tools. This site is updated weekly and each week five sites are added. This is a perfect resource for any subject.

Title of web page: SBC Knowledge Network Explorer: Blue Web'n Homepage - Microsoft Internet Explorer.
When it's time for students to learn facts and really get into a topic, the student will be ready for WebQuest. WebQuest prompts higher order thinking. Students benefit from being linked to a wide variety of Web resources. They can explore and make sense of issues that are involved in the challenge. Students are divided into groups and have a particular task or perspective to master. They become experts on one aspect of a topic. They must synthesize a summarizing act. Example WebQuest--Tuskegee Tragedy, The Big Wide World, Little Rock 9, Integration 0?

Title of Web page: Ozline-Working the Web for education.

Create a Rubic for each class--stress free!

This site is designed to serve as a resource to those who are using the WebQuest model to teach with the web. By pointing to excellent examples and collecting materials developed to communicate the idea, all of us experimenting with WebQuests will be able to learn from each other.

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