Oct 042019


  1. A fact
  2. A picture
  3. Three words to describe

Fill in this form to answer questions


  • Use the word kids or  ks2 when searching
  • 4 Use multiple key words to search
  • 4 Know some trusted websites on a range of topics
  • 5 Search for images marked for reuse
  • 5 Use CTRL-F to find words on a page
  • 5 Use Google search tools
  • 5 Reference websites used
  • 6 Use searching techniques:
    • “” exact phrases
    • * wildcard
    • – to exclude.
Apr 182018


Lesson 1 – How search works
Search sheets

Lesson 2 – What is a network?

Lesson 3 – Mapping the school network

Lesson 4 – Connecting the Internet

Lesson 5 – Packet game


Thanks to Phil Bagge for these great resources!

Mar 062018

LF: Copy and paste

  1. In j2launch, click on Google Classroom then await further instruction…

Success steps

  • Listen to/wath and read information from the Internet
  • Find answers to quiz questions
  • Use Google Classroom
  • Use keyboard shortcuts to copy ctrl+C and paste ctrl+V
  • Use mouse to copy and paste:  right-hand-click  copy/paste




Sep 252017

In some ways, a search engine is like a well-trained dog. It will fetch what you want, but only if you use the right commands. Although single words are better commands for dogs, more words are better for search engines.

Go to Google Classroom and complete the activity.

Watch It’s a book by Lane Smith .  What advantages does it suggest that books have over the Internet?

What do you think was today’s learning question…?