This chapter discusses some basic preparation that teachers should take before suggesting a Web project as a class activity, and then, assuming the class is interested, how to settle on and refine their idea for a site. Remember, though, that a Web site may not turn out to be the most effective medium for what your students want to accomplish. Teachers are encouraged to work with their learners to determine what they want to communicate, and then determine the most appropriate medium for the project.
If a Web site project looks promising, let's begin by looking at some preliminary considerations.
Last Updated October 23, 2003