Using e-mail to Communicate with Students in an Inner City; Celebrating Diversity through a Penpal Program
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Students communicate with students at another school through e-mail to help them become better acquainted with using a PC and e-mail. In the second lesson plan, the same type of method is used to explore diversity among communities.
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