Congratulations for making it to the end of this digital literacy course! In this class, I hope you all had fun and that you all had great conversations and learned new technology. This guide will help you navigate this final week of class. These are the classes that this round of the course covered. HereContinue reading “ESL Digital Literacy Course Final Study Guide”
If you are ready to learn FABCAD to make beautiful pieces of Ornamental Iron Work, this is the course for you! In this first lesson, learn the layout and setup of the FABCAD program.
After you have become comfortable using the Internet, it is now time to contribute your own material! Google Drive, along with Google Docs and Google Slides, allow you to create documents and presentations that you can share with other people. To get started, first check out the following set on Quizlet: To get the mostContinue reading “Week 5. Google Drive Introduction”
Hello! For a deeper understanding of the technology that we are using throughout the course, check out this guide to learning the parts of a mouse, keyboard and iOS devices (iPads, iPhones). First, check out this quizlet set: Then, you can check out this guide to iOS: https://edu.gcfglobal.org/en/iphonebasics/getting-started-with-the-iphone/1/ Answer the following questions: Which key isContinue reading “Week 1.5 Parts of a Mouse, Keyboard and iOS Device”
Hello everyone! After learning about iPhones and the parts of a keyboard/mouse, we are now going to learn about Android devices and Internet Forums. Android devices are the most popular type of phone. First, take a look at the following Introduction to Android devices. Next, study the following Android phone related words. Take the timeContinue reading “Week 3. Android Devices”
Best Movies of 2020! I am pleased to announced that for the third year, we are hosting the Neddys 2021. Click here and here if you want to see our live stream announcement. Below are our nominations for best movies of 2020. We will be announcing the winners love on https://www.twitch.tv/theedturtle.
Job applicants usually bring their resume to an interview. A resume is a summary of your job and education experience, as well as personal information about you. Read the following profiles of 5 fictitious people. Practice putting their information into a resume. Below is a simple resume template. Scenario: We have a new job openingContinue reading “Resume Example and Selection Activity”
Hello everyone! Welcome to the final stretch of our digital literacy class. I highly enjoyed teaching you all the wonders of mastering programs like Google Slides, Google Docs and Google Classroom together. I also enjoyed helping you make using the Internet a lot easier with browser tabs, search engines, incognito mode and bookmarks. Finally, IContinue reading “Week 6. Internet Lingo and Final Exam”
Hello everyone! As you might now by now, I work at the Los Angeles Public Library as a cybernaut. I love helping others with their technology. Now, the program has relaunched as Virtual Cybernaut services. Cybernauts are there to help us with anything library-related, especially for topics beyond the scope of my ESL Digital LiteracyContinue reading “Week 5. Library Resources and Bookmarks”
The simple present form is used to describe routine activities. For example, saying, “I brush my teeth”, implies that I brush my teeth regularly. We will use the following phrases in the simple present to make negative and affirmative sentences. Have a dangerous job Have an interesting job Need a driver’s license Stand all dayContinue reading “ESL Beginning High Grammar: Simple Present-Affirmative and Negative Sentences”