Sabanci University Workshop
Think of this page as the starting point that organizes our activities
for the next few days. We'll be working through the following areas during
An overview of
our activities during the workshop.
How would you modify these instructions for your students?
- Netiquette on email
Can you find other examples of good and bad behavior on email?
This includes where to find keypals. Which of these resources would
be useful for you?
- Some selected
TESL-L has several sub-lists, as well.
- Finding a listserv with ListTool
Were you able to use this tool successfully? What did it give
- Getting archived files (see the handout)
Start with this exploratorium of content
resources. You'll find plenty of food for thought here.
Check the very large collection of free texts at Project Gutenberg. This offers plenty
for text reconstruction programs to use!
Lesson plans that
How would you modify this template to make it fit your classes?
More information on lesson plans is at John McVicker's site,
Creating Web Pages
How could you have students create web pages in your classes?
About the author: Deborah's email address is Deborah.Healey@orst.edu, and her
webpage is at http://ucs.orst.edu/~healeyd/.
The home page for Oregon State University's English Language Institute
is at http://osu.orst.edu/dept/eli/
The index of Technology Tips of the Month is at http://osu.orst.edu/dept/eli/prevtips.html
Last updated 1 December 1999 by Deborah Healey. Teachers may use any
part of my pages for educational purposes, as long as the
copyright/authorship information remains intact.