3.1 Introduction to Email Lesson Plan Prior to Class Student Computer Setup: 1. Copy the Student Folder onto each desktop. 2. Prepare printed copies of the following: 3.0.1 Introduction to Email Student Manual (from Student Folder) 3.3 Introduction to Email Session Survey 3.4 Introduction to Email Certificate if pre-printing certificates Instructor Computer Setup: Ensure that the LCD projector and computer are working properly. Complete the Student Computer Setup on the presentation computer. Ensure that you have a printed copy of the 3.0.1 Introduction to Email Student Manual to reference as you teach. It is recommended that you create a Gmail account and a Yahoo account to use specifically for teaching purposes. Open the following documents on your computer and then minimize them so only your desktop appears. 3.1 Introduction to Email Presentation In Class Tell students that Email Basics is a two to four hour course designed to introduce students to email and other forms of electronic communication. Students will learn how to register for an email account, navigate an email interface, compose, send and receive messages, manage a contact list, and upload and download attachments. The course will also provide a brief overview of safety concerns and social networking.
Complete introductions. Ask if any have prior experience. Explain that we will only be going over basics because this is an introductory course. Ask about their expectations… ie: “What do you hope to learn today?” Maximize the Introduction to Email Presentation (PPT). Go through the PPT slides using the information below to guide you. Ask students to take notes in student handbook (dotted lines are provided in the handbook for this purpose) when necessary. ENCOURAGE students to stop you if they have any questions.
- Summer '18
- emecris uy
- E-mail, Email Student Manual