Unformatted text preview: learning center where you teach basic computer skills to people over the age of 65. They usually are interested in learning how to use email or research information on wills or planning trips. However, their lack of experience with Internet leaves them vulnerable to scams, particularly ones that require them to send emails to receive free things or that ask them to verify bank account or credit card information. Go to sites that debunk online scams and sites that offer advice on how to spot scams. Write a memo to your students warning them about these scams and how to avoid them. Be sure to give examples. From: Writing That Works, Oliu, Brusaw, and Alred....
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- Spring '10
- Writing, E-mail, Credit card, World Wide Web