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Create a Newsletter with WP (Part 1)

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This is an opportunity for the Level One (Knowledge Level) person who wants to create a newsletter for their class or for personal use. Take text from separate articles and insert images to create a newsletter with good design techniques. Work with others at the same level to model collaborative process that you can use with your students.

Purpose
to be able to use a word processor to create a newsletter
Objectives
  1. make a heading or masthead
  2. use column and section breaks
  3. create and format columns
  4. insert and modify images
  5. wrap text
  6. use appropriate font styles for headings and body
  7. understand design strategies
  8. create a template for a newsletter to use with class
  9. design strategies for teaching word processing skills that apply to newsletter
NCATE Standards
2.2.1, 3.1.2

ISTE Standards and Performance Indicators:
I. A, IV. B, V. C

Suggested Lengths and Types
  • six to twelve hour hands-on workshop in a small group with others at the same level or
  • two to three hour coaching session (one-on-one or team of two at same level)
Prerequisites
Make Your Own Forms and Capturing Imagesor its equivalent

Our coaches can prepare your coaches to provide this service onsite for a separate fee. This eCoach opportunitycan be bundled with other opportunities in an institute with a focus on a specific curriculum area, grade-level, or project or include this opportunity as coaching in the staff development program. If you are interested, we can prepare your coaches to provide this service onsite for a separate fee. Our coaches will include relevant eCoach guides as part of any opportunity or purchase any guides separately.

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