- Set your Google preferences to strict filtering [click on preferences on the Google search page, scroll down to strict filtering, click the radio dial (round thing), click save]
- Search Google for something of interest, perhaps global warming. Read a couple articles.
- Visit a teacher site, perhaps the Learner.org Look for one lesson that you could use.
- After you see the some of the possibilities, collect a few articles of interest using a reader. Here are Wes Fryer's instructions to get RSS, which is simply like subscribing to magazines.
- After reading text for awhile, visit NPR and listen to a podcast of interest.
- After text and audio, go to the next level, video. Visit TED Talks and watch a video.
- Why is your orientation to the web important? Marc Prensky may explain it here
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