Sending E-mail

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Week

Area of study  (From NC PoS)

Learning Objectives

Activities

Key Vocabulary

Resources

Assessment Outcomes

1

To share and exchange information in a variety of forms, including e-mail.

To open and reply to an e-mail.

Demonstrate how to login, to open and reply to an e-mail.  Pupils practice opening and replying to e-mails sent to the class.

Login
Open
Reply

E-mail account e.g. EasyMail
2Mail

Level 2:
I can share my ideas in different forms.

Level 3:
I share and exchange my ideas with others.

Level 4:
I show an awareness of the intended audience.

 2

To share and exchange information in a variety of forms, including e-mail.

To create and send an e-mail.

Demonstrate how to create and send an e-mail using an e-mail address & a subject.
Pupils practice creating and sending e-mails to the class.

Send
e-mail address
Subject

E-mail account e.g. EasyMail
2Mail

 3

To share and exchange information in a variety of forms, including e-mail.

To use an address book.

Demonstrate how to use an address book.  Ask pupils to send the same message to a number of people using an address book.

Address book

E-mail account e.g. EasyMail
2Mail

4

To share and exchange information in a variety of forms, including e-mail.

To send an e-mail with an attachment.

Demonstrate how to open, & read an attachment.  Why is it useful?  Demonstrate how to add an attachment Ask  pupils to send a picture to a pupil / teacher.

Attachment

E-mail account e.g. EasyMail
2Mail

5

To be sensitive to the needs of the audience.

To use e-mail to communicate with someone else.

Ask pupils to e-mail a pupil in another school / an expert to find out about a topic or exchange information.

 

E-mail account e.g. EasyMail
2Mail