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by Archaeology Newsroom

A suggestion about how the Internet can be of use in the teaching of History

The author of this article proposes that the Internet should be put to use by students in the first form of senior high school who are presenting a history project. The subject presented is Mycenaean civilization. The proposed project not only encourages the group spirit in class, it also promotes a transdisciplinary approach to the subjects of History, Composition and Expression, English and Computer Science. Students are asked to look for information in the Internet, in web -sites, through key-words, in articles published on the web electronically, and in digital books. Finally students are asked to use the Word Processor to write their material, scan photographs, sketches and drawings they made, copy pictures taken from the Internet and see to the cover of their publication.