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OBJECTIVE: THE STUDENT WILL REVIEW SKILLS ON TELECOMMUNICATIONS & KEYBOARDING –UNIT 3-4 -7
Objective Day 2: The student will review skills on telecommunications & keyboarding – unit 3-4-7- Perform –keyboard application --touch typing by keying words, numbers, sentences, and paragraphs- (ongoing). BELL WORK QUESTION: DAY 2 TUESDAY: Explain the difference between a blog, wiki, and discussion board.
1. No, your e-mail is not completely private. 2. An example of a valid e-mail address is: firstname.lastname@example.org 3. Email attachments may contain viruses 4. You can prevent spam by not replying to a spam message you receive 5. E-mail Etiquette requires to you keep your message short. 6. E-mail can be returned to you if the address is misspelled, address has changed, or the mail box is full. 7. Some digital files you can attach to your e-mail are photos, documents, and music video. 8. Shouting means you are typing a message in all caps. 9. Carbon Copy-This is where you can indicate another person’s e-mail address so they will receive a copy of the message. 10. Inbox—A folder where you receive incoming mail.
11. Delete – To remove an item of data from a file or to remove a file from the disk 12. Trash—Place where you put files to delete them 13. The @ symbol is used in e-mail addresses. 14. Attachment – An electronic document, picture, video or audio clip, or any other type of file, sent with an e-mail 15. Address Book – A personal directory of e-mail addresses stored and maintained with one's e-mail program 16.Hard bounces – E-mail messages that cannot be delivered to the recipient because of a permanent error, such as an invalid or non-existing e-mail address. Soft bounces – E-mail messages that cannot be delivered to the recipient because of a temporary error, such as a full mailbox. 17. You should always use the Subject Line in your e-mail. 18. False 19. True 20. False
21. A blog is an online journal that can be edited by posting new entries. 22. A wiki is one or more pages that have the collaborative work of many authors. 23. A discussion board is a tool that allows users to communicate online by reading and /or posting messages or threads about a particular topic. 24. The writer of a blog is known as blogger. 25. Blog can be on politics, relationships, and daily observations.
26. A wiki can only be edited by one person at a time. STUDY ETIQUETTES RULES FOR BLOGS, WIKIS, & DISCUSSION BOARD: Use complete sentences in your postings and replies. You will not get credit for one word responses. Be sure to proofread and check grammar and spelling BEFORE you submit the posting. NEVER post anything that is personal about yourself or others. Be considerate and kind to classmates. Remember that ALL of your classmates and your TEACHER will read your responses. The postings are public like a newspaper. Make sure you are posting under the appropriate heading or thread.
Include an appropriate subject line on your thread and reply posts. The subject line should give the reader an idea of what the post is about. It is easy for messages to be misinterpreted since you are not able to see the person’s facial expressions or body language; therefore, choose your words carefully. Consider how you would feel. Remember to read what has previously been posted by others to avoid repeating comments. Be brief when posting. Since reading others’ comments can be very time consuming, try to be straight to the point. Cite your references/sources if you use quoted material in your post.
Examples: fingers curved and upright over home row keys Wrists should be low, not touching table or keyboard Sit comfortable with body erect, feet on the floor.