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Creating Web Pages (Introductory Level) Theme Page
This "Theme Page" has links to two types of resources related to the study of Creating Web Pages. Students and teachers will find curricular resources (information, content...) to help them learn about this topic. In addition, there are also links to instructional materials (lesson plans) which will help teachers provide instruction in this theme. Please read our disclaimer.
Art Theme Page
- This CLN theme page has links to a variety of clip art collections. Together,
they contain thousands of free, uncopyrighted clip art, buttons, bars, backgrounds,
bullets, animations, and icons.
and Multimedia Law for Web Builders and Multimedia Authors
- This Website provides information about various Web copyright issues and
Evaluating Web Resources
- A site that focuses on presenting a stategy for teaching critical evaluation
skills for World Wide Web resources. Checklists for five types of Web pages
are provided. The authors offer links to additional sites with more Web evaluation
- The Quebec English Schools Network has developed a series of resources
to "help schools create unique and dynamic Web sites. Our approach, though,
has a particular bias. We believe that, by participating in the development
of School Web pages, teachers can truly add a powerful teaching and motivational
tool to their bag of pedagogical tricks. And they don't have to be "computer
experts" to do so! We also believe that the true value of a school Web site
or a teacher's web page comes from making it a pedagogical venture."
HTML Survival Kit - Table of Contents
- A comprehensive guidebook on basic HTML. The author provides many graphic
examples of the HTML tags. These examples show you what will happen on a web
page when you use specific HTML tags.
Introduction to HTML
- A tutorial to introduce beginners to the basics of HTML design and style.
Content includes: Introduction to HTML, Heads, Titles, Paragraphs, Lists,
Special Effect Tags, Anchors and Images.
to HTML Level 1
- Introductory level on-line training course offered through the University
of Saskatchewan. Since it is designed for students at the University, some
instructions will not apply to all Internet users. Each lesson consists of
short descriptive pages with links to more in-depth information.
Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators:Brush up on the Internet
- A series of mini lesson plans for grade four students (adaptable for other
grades) which will introduce them to the Internet. There are several lessons
which deal specifically with web pages.
NCSA: A Beginner's Guide to HTML
- A comprehensive guide for writing HTML.
NCSA Education Group Tutorials
- A basic tutorial to help teachers learn more about the Internet. A downloadable
version (Microsoft Word) is also available.
School Home Page Building Blocks
- Four concepts important in developing an effective school home page are
discussed and usually linked to further resources. The four concepts are purpose,
content, organization and design.
- School Web Sites
- Do you want to see what other school home pages look like? Do you want
other schools to be able to link to your school web pages? The Community Learning
Network has a comprehensive set of links to other BC schools whereas Web66
provides an international registry of school pages.
The Learning Page
- An HTML template of a basic home page is provided with a lesson on how
to change it to be your home page with your content.
the Web: Lesson Plan
- The goal of this lesson plan is to have students examine sites on the World
Wide Web for relevancy and credibility.
Web66: Macintosh Internet Server Cookbook
- This site will lead you through the process of getting your school on the
WWW. It lists the basic server equipment needed, how to write a basic HTML
home web page, and the author offers suggestions on improving your pages.
- Webmonkey is intended to show children what's possible with the Web and
teach them how to begin creating their own sites. There are lessons on the
fundamentals of HTML and web design which can be augmented by suggested projects
which give the students some hands-on experience. A "tool" section has links
to web sites that have programs for writing HTML and there's a teacher's planning
Pages for Absolute Beginners
- This is the introduction to Web pages for absolute beginners using Window
95 and Microsoft Internet Explorer.
- From SchoolNet, this tutorial is intended to introduce students and teachers
to the basics of Web authoring.
Writing HTML - A Tutorial for Creating WWW Pages
- This guide was written to help teachers create web pages that link to learning
resource on the net. It includes Basic Level (lessons 1-14) and Advanced Level
(lessons 15-23) and is available in an on-line and downloadable format.
WWW CyberGuide Ratings for Web Site Design
- This guide is designed to help students design effective components for
a Web page. This guide can be useful for teachers and students who are considering
a Web page design for their school or other interests.
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