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This is a great lesson to teach students the process and benefits of sending e-mail attachments. This is definately a stand alone intructional resource. Through modeling, both visually and orally students will learn how to attach a document. Then students demonatrate their learning by sending their own attachment.
It seemed to work fine. I kept getting a pop up warning saying that the file extension did not match the file format. It didn't seem to interfere with the lesson though.
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2 years ago
Your StAIR was organized and easy to use. This is something I could see myself using with my technology classes. It is amazing how many students have no idea how to send attachments! Great job.
The videos and screencasts provide students the opportunity to view material more than once. You utlized ULD 3.1 Activate or Supply Background Knowledge. I also liked how you incorporated your voice into the StAIR with a sound icon so students could listen to what you are saying more than once if needed. This meets the UDL principal 1.2 offer alternatives for auditory information.