Internet Lesson Plans



What’s included in the Internet lesson plans bundle:

  • A brief summary of each project, including suggested grade level and prior knowledge, time required, software required
  • Higher-order thinking skills addressed
  • Technology-specific skills taught 
  • Digital delivery of the PDF
Five projects include:
Which web site is best?
It’s not using the internet that’s difficult–it’s pruning the list. Learn how to hone your hits, select the best from many, understand extensions.
Intermediate Research on the Internet
Students find and organize research for a Publisher magazine  (see Publisher bundle, Project 50 for example). Includes website title, citation, notes, and pictures in an outline format.
How to Search the Internet
You learned how to identify reliable sites in Project 83. Here’s where you’ll learn how to limit hits with Google’s extensive list of refinements–quotations, and/or, define: and more.
Internet Basics
Government has spent millions to connect students to the Internet. By 2005, 94% of public school classrooms had access. Here’s how to use the Internet, it’s myriad tools, to enhance student learning in your school or homeschool.
Integrating Web 2.0 into the Classroom.
How to be a good digital citizen. Using classroom blogs, homepages, webpages, wikis, social bookmarks, online calendars. What are Open Source documents?