6_7_8_wp_essay_instructions class periods: 2 for typing, 1 for editing software: word technology teks: 2a, 2b, 2c, 7a subject area

6_7_8_WP_Essay_Instructions
Class Periods: 2 for typing, 1 for editing
Software: Word
Technology TEKS: 2A, 2B, 2C, 7A
Subject Area TEKS:
6th: 18F, 18G
7th: 18F, 18G
8th: 18F, 18G
Brief Description: Students will word process a rough draft of an
essay. The typed rough draft will be formatted according to the
teacher’s instructions and printed. Editing will take place in the
classroom. The student will come back to the lab to make the finally
editing changes and final printing.
Lesson Plan
Logging on the network
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Type in .yourid#.gradelevel
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Press tab or click in the password blank.
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Type in your password. (Birthday with slashes: Ex. 3/25/93)
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Click OK or press enter.
Opening word processing document
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Start – Microsoft Word
Saving to the network
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Go to file to save on the menu bar.
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Navigate to your folder (id number) on the H drive.
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Type in an appropriate file name.
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Click once on save.
Changing page setup – margins and page orientation
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File – page setup – margins.
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Change the top, bottom, left, and right margins to .75. You can
tab from one to the next.
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If needed, change the orientation to landscape by clicking on the
icon above landscape.
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Click OK.
Typing your name on your paper
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Go to view on the menu bar.
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Click once on header/footer.
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Scroll down to the bottom, click once in the footer box, and type
your name.
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Press enter and type subject – period(s) – teacher name.
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Press enter.
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Insert – date and time – select date format- click ok.
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Double click in the white space on the screen between the header
and the footer to the body of the document.
F ormatting the line spacing
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Click once on the line spacing button of the formatting bar and
change the spacing to double spaced (2).
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Or, format – paragraph – line spacing – double.
Typing the paper
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Type the title capitalizing the first letter of each important
word.
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Remember to press your space bar only one time between words.
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Press enter.
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Indent the paragraph by pressing the tab key one time.
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Type your paper.
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Only press enter at the end of paragraph.
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Remember to indent the beginning of each paragraph.
Formatting the title
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Highlight the title and click once on the center alignment
button.
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Press the enter key.
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Change the size of the title to after you have finished with all
the typing.
Setting bullets and numbered lists
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Highlight the text you want to number or bullet..
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Select the button icon or the number icon .
U sing the show/hide button
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Click on the show/hide button on the standard toolbar.
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A dot between words represents how many times the space bar was
pressed. Check to make sure there is only one dot between words
and after punctuation.
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If there is more than one space, click behind the extra space and
press delete.
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The arrow indicates a tab. This should occur at the
beginning of a paragraph or between columns of information.
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T he backwards bold P ( ) means the enter key was pressed.
This should occur between paragraphs, after the title, ….
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Make necessary corrections.
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Turn off show/hide by clicking on the button again.
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U sing spell / grammar check
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Find underlined words in red or green (red: spelling / green:
grammar) on your document.
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Right click on the word(s).
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Left click on the correct spelling / grammar.
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Remember, the computer does not know all the proper nouns in the
world. Check your source to double check the spelling of proper
nouns. If it is spelled correctly, just ignore it or click ignore
all. The sentence may have to be rewritten if there is no
suggestion given from the grammar check. The red and green
underlined word(s) will not print.
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Continue this process for the entire document.
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Read through your document to check that you have used the correct
word in the correct context. (Example: there – their; to – too –
two ……)
Changing font size / style / type
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Change these features according to your teacher’s instructions.
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Highlight the text to be changed.
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On the formatting toolbar, click B (bold), I (italicized), or U
(underlined) to change the style.
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Click the arrow next to the font type and choose the designed
font.
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Click the arrow next to the font size and select the new font
size.
File – print preview
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Scan the document.
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Note how many pages are in your document.
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Scroll to the end of your document and delete any blank pages.
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Click close.
File – print
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Notice the printer you have selected to receive the print job.
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Click print.

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