Teacher's Guide

What's Going On?

FrontPage is a powerful software tool used to design, create and publish web sites. The program offers you a vast array of web site templates, and gives you the tools to fill your site with whatever content you like. FrontPage makes it easy to add images, sounds and video, by using clearly marked buttons on a simple toolbar. This clever program can also help you collect valuable information from your web site visitors. If you're making a web site for your school, your class, your teachers' group, or just about anything else - you can use FrontPage to guide you through every step.

This entertaining, eight-unit tutorial shows K-12 teachers how to make a web page using FrontPage. You'll learn the basics on FrontPage toolbars, embedding images, choosing fonts, adding video clips, making your connection to the Internet, and a lot more.

Meet your hosts…

Pixel and Blip - a couple of wacky intergalactic time-travelers - will be your guides as you embark on a fascinating journey of web site creation. Just to keep you on your toes, the tutorial includes a quiz question at the end of each new section. You'll also find a Cool For School section at the end of each unit, which gives you a wide variety of tips and tricks for using FrontPage in the classroom.

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FrontPage in the Classroom is produced by ACT360 Media Ltd.
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