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What’s the Difference? Beginning Writers Compare E-mail with Letter Writing

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What’s the Difference? Beginning Writers Compare E-mail with Letter Writing

Grades K – 2
Lesson Plan Type Standard Lesson
Estimated Time Three 40-minute sessions
Lesson Author

Julie Wollman, Ph.D.

Julie Wollman, Ph.D.

Worcester, Massachusetts

Publisher

National Council of Teachers of English

 

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Leah Korth

November 21, 2012

Hello,
I am looking to create a unit very similar to this one about how the ins and outs of email. This would be for a second grade class. I am wondering what you had the students use for email address. I am having a difficult time finding safe and appropriate email addresses for students to use. Where did your students write their emails? Thanks!

 

 

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