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TEC.K- A.1: Technological Literacy

Use basic technology vocabulary.

TEC.K- A.2: Technological Literacy

Use basic features of an operating system (e.g., accessing programs, identifying and selecting a printer, finding help).

TEC.K- A.3: Technological Literacy

Input and access text and data, using appropriate keyboarding techniques or other input devices.

TEC.K- A.4: Technological Literacy

Produce a simple finished document using word processing software.

TEC.K- A.5: Technological Literacy

Produce and interpret a simple graph or chart by entering and editing data on a prepared spreadsheet template.

TEC.K- A.6: Technological Literacy

Create and present a multimedia presentation using appropriate software.

TEC.K- A.7: Technological Literacy

Create and maintain files and folders.

TEC.K- A.8: Technological Literacy

Use a graphic organizer.

TEC.K- A.9: Technological Literacy

Use basic computer icons.

TEC.K- B.1: Technological Literacy

Discuss the common uses of computer applications and identify their advantages and disadvantages.

TEC.K- B.2.a: Technological Literacy

Internet access

TEC.K- B.2.b: Technological Literacy

Copyrighted materials

TEC.K- B.2.c: Technological Literacy

On-line library resources

TEC.K- B.2.d: Technological Literacy

Personal security and safety issues

TEC.K- B.3: Technological Literacy

Practice appropriate Internet etiquette.

TEC.K- B.4: Technological Literacy

Recognize the ethical and legal implications of plagiarism of copyrighted materials.

TEC.K- B.5: Technological Literacy

Recognize the need for accessing and using information.

TEC.K- B.6: Technological Literacy

Identify and use web browsers, search engines, and directories to obtain information to solve real world problems.

TEC.K- B.7: Technological Literacy

Locate specific information by searching a database.

TEC.K- B.8: Technological Literacy

Recognize accuracy and/or bias of information.

TEC.K- B.9: Technological Literacy

Solve problems individually and/or collaboratively using computer applications.

TEC.K- B.10: Technological Literacy

Identify basic hardware problems and solve simple problems.
Curriki Rating
On a scale of 0 to 3
On a scale of 0 to 3

This resource was reviewed using the Curriki Review rubric and received an overall Curriki Review System rating of 3, as of 2010-12-30.

Component Ratings:

Technical Completeness: 3
Content Accuracy: 3
Appropriate Pedagogy: 3

Reviewer Comments:

http://www.curriki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Coll_ChelseaKNilsson/8-LessonPlanonMLACitation This excellent lesson is an already reviewed “child” or part of a larger unit on WWI and the Holocaust. http://www.curriki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Coll_ChelseaKNilsson/Lesson8-CitingEvidenceUsingMLACitation?bc=;Coll_ChelseaKNilsson.WorldWarIIandtheHolocaustUnit Specifically, the objective of the lesson is for students to be able to use MLA citation to respond to a short answer question. Night, by Ellie Weisel is the text used. The lesson is well presented, a list of materials is included, and teacher guidelines are laid out for: Direct Instruction/Guided Practice/Independent Practice. Ideas for differentiation are also included.
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This is great! It is hard to find a comprehensive curriculum for teachers that breaks down the pacing schedule as well as provides reproducibles and lesson plans! I am so glad this was made available. Thank you!

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