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by Larry Dane Brimner

eBook E-Mail (True Books-Computers) download ISBN: 0516203320
Author: Larry Dane Brimner
Publisher: Childrens Pr (April 1, 1997)
Language: English
ePub: 1914 kb
Fb2: 1755 kb
Rating: 4.6
Other formats: txt docx mbr mobi
Category: Technologies
Subcategory: Networking and Cloud Computing

Age Appropriate and Clear. com User, February 25, 2000. Brimner's E-Mail is an age-appropriate and clear explanation of what e-mail is and how it works. That he challenges young readers with details from time to time is an asset to teachers wishing to see their students stretch. Brimner is one of the leading practitioners of books for young and emergent readers.

E-Mail (True Books-Computers). Larry Dane Brimner is the recipient of the 2018 Robert F. Sibert Award for the most distinguished informational book for children for his title Twelve Days in May: Freedom Ride 1961

E-Mail (True Books-Computers). 0516203320 (ISBN13: 9780516203324). Sibert Award for the most distinguished informational book for children for his title Twelve Days in May: Freedom Ride 1961.

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Completely redesigned for today's young investigative reader, True Books are. Completely redesigned for today's young investigative reader, True Books are an indispensable addition to any collection. Each book guides readers through the facts that nurture their need to know. E-Mail (True Books-Computers). 0516268589 (ISBN13: 9780516268583).

A simple explanation of what e-mail is and how to use it to communicate with others through the Internet and the Information Superhighway show more. For ages 6-8. Format Hardback 32 pages. Dimensions 193 x 220 x 1. mm 256g. Publication date 11 Dec 1998. Publisher Hachette Children's Group.

Find nearly any book by Brimner,Larry Dane (page 3). Get the best deal by comparing . Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. E-Mail (True Books-Computers): ISBN 9780516203324 (978-0-516-20332-4) Childrens Pr, 1997. ISBN 9780613545105 (978-0-613-54510-5) San Val, 2001. Coauthors & Alternates.

Series: True Books: Computers, True Book (Computers). E-Mail is full of the kind of advice that most of us take for granted, these days.

Are you sure you want to remove E-Mail (True Books: Computers) from your list? E-Mail (True Books: Computers). by Larry Dane Brimner. Published November 2000 by Children's Press (CT).

Jupiter (True Books: Space) Library Binding – April 1, 1999. Grade 2-4 Brimner recasts and updates Dennis Brindell Fradin's same-titled "New True Book" introductions to the biggest of the giant planets Jupiter (1992; . by. Larry Dane Brimner (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. and Saturn (1993, both Children's) adding to the simply phrased catalog of basic facts quick close-ups of major moons, as well as recent observations made by space probes and the Hubble Space Telescope.

A simple explanation of what e-mail is and how to use it to communicate with others through the Internet and the Information Superhighway
Comments: (4)
Cashoutmaster
A True Book Email- Larry Dane Brimmer
Aspects of subject included What is the Web? How does it work? Explanation of terms. Using the Web.
Structure and organisation of text Short chapters on each topic 3-4 pages each. Sections on good Web sites.
Ways in which information is presented Text - Very large font- about 1cm Colourful presentation. Photographs and computer screen shots.
Helpful features Section on good Internet sites to access.
Language / Potential Difficulties. The layout and the general language of this book suggests that it is written for very young children. It is however completely unsuitable for their use. The author stumbles between the simple, the patronising and the ridiculously technical. Any book which tells you that hyper links take you "almost like magic" to another web page, should not then be discussing hypertext transfer protocol. The book is full of irrelevant and in appropriate information. Who cares that the protocol used on the Internet was invented in a particle physics laboratory in Switzerland called CERL? I doubt if many 6 year olds do. The following passage should help to show how the patronisingly simple is followed with the unnecessarily technical. "The address on the World Wide Web looks like a jumble of letters." Nice and simple so far. "This Jumble is called a URL which stands for Uniform Resource Locator ... The URL for NASA is [...] " This is a ridiculous juxtaposition of the simple and the scientific. The whole book is far to difficult for small children, and too patronising and incomplete for adults or teenagers. It is not worth printing.
Implications for teaching. I would not let this book step one page inside my classroom.
Antuiserum
Our school system uses both of Brimner's technology books, E-Mail and The World Wide Web, in our first/second grade computer labs. Young readers (and their teachers) appreciate his clear, concise explanations, while young researchers enjoy the connections he makes between the basic and scientific--and the many safe links he offers for exploration. This balance between basic and scientific, always carefully explained, elevates the text from so many that could well fall into the category of "dumbing down" information. If you wish your young students to grow in their understanding of technology, then this is the book for them.
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Shaktiktilar
An excellent book for grades 1 and 2 that offers basic information for those youngsters just starting out with technology as well as more "scientific" meat for those wishing to explore what technology has to offer. Clear, concise, and entertainingly told.