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• • • • • The computer is used in people's daily lives to enable peoples of this world to talk to each other in real time. To process quick artwork rendering. To regulate systems to enable the administration of fossil fuel use by people. Most gasoline stations are computerized and can not even operate if the computers are down. Almost every major business, banks, tire shops, fast food restaurants, major stores, etc., uses computer and are unable to even operate if the computers are down. Automobiles are computerized. If the computer messes up, it could cause loss of transportation until repaired. People also use computers in daily life to shop, bank, and pay bills from the comfort of their homes. In some cases, people can even apply for jobs online. They also provide entertainment in that people play games, listen to music, chat, etc. In fact, computerization is so prevalent in our daily lives that should they be taken away, almost everything would shut down, at least for a short time.
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1. Creating a template for my lesson plans 2. Writing newsletters to communicate with parents 3. Updating worksheets 4. Organizing documents, plans, newsletters, etc 5. Creating puzzles, worksheets, vocab quizzes, & glossaries 6. Locating new lesson plans on the internet 7. Joining a listserv to share ideas 8. Creating my own discussion board for parents 9. Creating a classroom website to publish student work 10. Posting classroom rules, calendars, homework on the web 11. Learn how to set up a weekly homework writing program 12. Organizing class supply orders in a database 13. Keeping track of students’ grades 14. Creating a welcome to our classroom slideshow for the 1st day of school
21. 33. 56. 55. 20. 52. 58. 57. 34. 59. 53. 26. 41. 25. 28. 18. 36. 38. 19. 43. 48.15. 49. 27. 31. 51. 35. 44. 54. 22. 24. 17. 16. 46. 45. 30. 39. 37. 32. 40. Collecting informational websites for student research resources Finding a class to correspond with Locating an email project Participating in an online project with other classrooms Creating an online project Creating a scavenger hunt Downloading clipart or graphics Finding story starters Play homeworkopoly Locating just the right web quest Creating my own web quest Creating a hot list based on a current theme or unit Completing a tutorial Looking for a zip code Listening to music Taking an online class Creating my own business cards Sending greeting cards Reading a newspaper Looking up email addresses Planning a trip Downloading free programs Comparing prices and buying online Finding educational TV schedules Mapping student ideas with inspiration Purchasing tickets for field trips Creating certificates Subscribing to chat boards Registering for conferences Creating class lists Sharpening my search engine skills Finding an address Creating templates for students Creating online flashcards Locating holiday projects Collecting daily weather data Writing a daily classroom journal Publishing stories Researching topics from pre-selected sites Collecting current material Comparing different versions of stories Finding a keypad Going on a scavenger hunt Going on a virtual field trip . 29. 23. 42. 47.
Publishing art work 62. Illustrating a math story 92. Comparing any 2 or 3 things with a Venn diagram . Using a thesaurus 72. Participating in a videoconference with another class 85. Viewing a shark – live! 79. Practicing with online flashcards 98. Creating a timeline 91. Doing math challenges 68. Recording science experiments with digital pictures and narratives 87. Collecting graphics to illustrate stories 93. Using a dictionary 70. Dissecting a frog 78. Reading original documents 82. Participating in a simulation 99. Sending online postcards 74. Playing online learning games 97. Writing an author study with inspiration 67. Creating an ABC slideshow for a current theme/unit 100. Watching astronauts on the space station – live! 81. Printing a map of our town 77. Illustrating and recording a song in a slideshow 101. Researching an author 63. Practicing with flashcards made in kepi or power point 95. Take a test online 75. Getting help with homework 76. Creating student business cards 89. Writing and printing letters 88. Exploring the human body online 96. Graphing surveys 65. Reading online stories 90. Using an encyclopedia 71. Participating in a web quest 73. Creating classroom stationery 80. Locating places on maps 69. Exchanging information with other classes 94. Watching a science movie 64. Reading this day in history 66. Asking an expert 61. Maintaining a weather or temperature spreadsheet 86.60. Touring the white house 83. Using a calculator 84.