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Instructions for the
g11generations.html file

_____ 0) This report must have the following main heading:

Mining the Generational Curriculum
xxx
Note: replace xxx with a fitting sub-title of your own choosing!

1) First you need to explore the various Generational reports written by prior students. Go to the Index to All Generations and explore the student home pages.  You'll find that they all did a generations.html file that you can explore. You'll need to spend several sessions exploring--make sure you use your Bookmarks or your Favorites to keep track for later.  Also, have your word processor open so you can take notes as you go along, including copy/pasting addresses for links.  Take notes on the structure of their sections and paragraphs.  Your job is to do what they did, but to improve on it.

2) One suggestion for improvement is to use more psychology concept to interpret the various observations you make about student's reports and opinions across the generations. Dr. James has several articles on the psychological concepts involved in learning the Internet.  Look for them here.

3) Another suggestion for improvement is to contrast the Generations and how students behave in them. Does it have to do with the topic, the cumulative effect, the developing tradition?

4) Be sure you have a clickable Table of Contents at the top of the file and a clickable Navigation Table at the bottom.  Make sure that the first entry says Instructions for this Report and gives this page as the address which is: www.soc.hawaii.edu/leonj/leonj/leonpsy11/g11generations.html

5) Make sure all your links work by clicking on them several times.

6) Make sure your <title> field is filled out as follows:  Your First and Last Name, G11, Spring 1999, Course Number, Generations Report

7) When you post your g11newsgroups.html file you need to fill out the Ratings here.

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