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This lesson introduces students to Gmail. In this lesson, students will understand the difference between stand alone and networked computers for document storage and the implications on collaboration.At the end of this lesson students should know the steps required to create their own Gmail account, as well as how to invite guests to collaborate through Google Docs. This lesson plan is geared towards 6 - 12 students.
Material Type: ePortfolio
Technical Format: HTML/Text
Date Added to MERLOT: November 11, 2011
Date Modified in MERLOT: October 01, 2012
Submitter: SCOTT DAVIS
Keywords: Web 2.0, Gmail, Technology Introduction, Collaboration

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Primary Audience: Middle School, High School, Professional
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Language: English
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Avatar for Isabel Janeth Del Rosario López Mejía
2 years ago

Isabel Janeth Del Rosario López Mejía (Faculty)

I haven't used it in my classrooms yet, but I am planning to use it this comming semester. I find it out really wonderful.  

Time spent reviewing site: In total, I think one hour.

Avatar for Catrin Barber
3 years ago

Catrin Barber (Teacher (K-12))

Being involved with a lap top program myself I believe it is a very good idea to teach students the basics of not only tecchnology (like email or google docs) but also the basics of communication itself.  This lesson clearly outlines the basics of email and the expectations of a teacher when using it in a middle school setting.  It looks like a great lesson for just htis purpose.  Also, i love all the "in Plain English" videos and alwasy enjoy seeing them embedded into lessons.

Time spent reviewing site: 35 minutes

Avatar for Susan Smith
3 years ago

Susan Smith (Teacher (K-12))

This is a great lesson on getting students aquainted with gmail and google. I am just figuring out myself what kind of useful tools that google offers, and to introduce middle school students to it is a great idea. By the time they are in high school they will be experts.

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Time spent reviewing site: 5 min
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Avatar for Melanie Broxterman
3 years ago

Melanie Broxterman (Teacher (K-12))

This lesson looks like a great introduction to gmail. Not only for Middle school students, but for anyone beginning to use google as a collaborative and productive platform. By incorporative the Google Doc in Plain English video, this allows for variety within the lesson as well as increases the egagement factor. Use of "entertainment" methods are great for students. Very complete lesson.

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Time spent reviewing site: 5 minutes