Access to Information
Pupils obtain and use information
from different sources that include
longer oral and written texts in more
complex language that deal with less
Pupils will become familiar
with the genre of online
They will be able to
find and post specific
information from online
newsletters that will provide
them with a better
understanding of the text. Pupils will find specific
information in a long text.
Pupils will decide what
information will provide them
with a better understanding
of a topic.
Pupils will fill in an on-line
chart and post it for viewing.
Sites providing maps and
on countries all over the
The purpose of this preliminary task is
to familiarize pupils with the form of
headlines and to make sure they are
familiar with a map of the world.
1) Teacher brings local newspaper
and world map to class or asks
pupils to open local on-line
URL's for local on-line papers:
2) Pupils scan the headlines
picking out countries
mentioned. This can be done as
a competition - see who picks out
most countries from news.
3) Pupils are asked to download
and print a world map. They must
then locate the countries they
found in the news and underline
or copy their names onto
To download a world map,
and builds on
1) Pupils open the appropriate Web
pages looking for other countries
in the headlines.
2) Pupils find countries mentioned
in more than one on-line paper.
Use the language
as a means of
in other areas.
3) Guided by the checklist on the
assessment page, pupils look
for facts that will give them more
information about the country
4) Pupils copy and paste facts into
5) Pupils post their files on Ktav
Net for on-line viewing .
If you wish to administer the
Ktav Net e-magazine yourself,
please contact the webmaster by
e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on opening
and maintaining a site on the
the range of their