Core English Grammar

Detailed Table of Contents

UNIT 1: NOUNS AND ADJECTIVES

Lesson 1.1 - Types of Nouns

  • Screen 1: Lesson 1.1 Topics
  • Screen 2: Nouns as Subjects
  • Screen 3: Compound and Collective Nouns
  • Screen 4: Common and Proper Nouns
  • Screen 5: Concrete and Abstract Nouns
  • Screen 6: Examples: Nouns – Persons and Places
  • Screen 7: Examples: Nouns – Things and Ideas
  • Screen 8: Examples: Compound Nouns
  • Screen 9: Examples: Collective Nouns
  • Screen 10: Examples: Common and Proper Nouns
  • Screen 11: Examples: Concrete and Abstract Nouns

Lesson 1.2 - Nouns Used in Predicate Part

  • Screen 1: Lesson 1.2 Topics
  • Screen 2: Nouns as Complements and Predicate Nouns
  • Screen 3: Nouns as Direct Objects
  • Screen 4: Nouns as Indirect Objects
  • Screen 5: Nouns as Objects of the Preposition
  • Screen 6: Examples: Nouns as Predicate Nouns and Direct Objects
  • Screen 7: Examples: Nouns as Indirect Objects and Objects of the Preposition

Lesson 1.3 - Types of Adjectives

  • Screen 1: Lesson 1.4 Topics
  • Screen 2: Comparative and Superlative Adjectives
  • Screen 3: Using Comparative and Superlative Forms
  • Screen 4: Comparative Form for One Syllable Adjectives
  • Screen 5: Comparative Form for Two Syllable Adjectives
  • Screen 6: Comparative Form for Adjectives with Two or More Syllables
  • Screen 7: Adjectives Ending in “ful” or “ous”
  • Screen 8: Double Comparisons
  • Screen 9: Irregular Adjective Comparative Forms
  • Screen 10: Examples: Comparison Adjectives
  • Screen 10: Examples: Superlative Adjectives

Lesson 1.4 - Adjectives in Comparative and Superlative Form

  • Screen 1: Lesson 1.4 Topics
  • Screen 2: Adjective Phrases
  • Screen 3: Completers
  • Screen 4: Comparative Adjectives Using ‘er’ or ‘est’ Endings
  • Screen 5: Comparative Adjectives Using ‘more’ or ‘most’
  • Screen 6: Examples: Adjective Phrases Following a ‘Be’ Verb
  • Screen 7: Examples: Adjective Phrases Using ‘er’ or ‘est’ Endings
  • Screen 8: Examples: Adjective Phrases Using ‘more’ or ‘most’

UNIT 2: PRONOUNS

Lesson 2.1 - Pronoun Antecedent Agreement

  • Screen 1: Lesson 2.1 Topics
  • Screen 2: Pronouns and Antecedents
  • Screen 3: Locating the Antecedent
  • Screen 4: Number Agreement
  • Screen 5: Singular Indefinite Pronouns
  • Screen 6: Singular Antecedents Joined By ‘or’ or ‘nor’
  • Screen 7: Plural Pronouns with Plural Antecedents
  • Screen 8: Plural Indefinite Pronoun
  • Screen 9: Indefinite Pronouns
  • Screen 10: Countable Items
  • Screen 11: Compound Subjects Joined by ‘or’ or ‘nor’
  • Screen 12: Gender Agreement
  • Screen 13: Person Agreement
  • Screen 14: Do Not Switch Persons in the Same Sentence or Paragraph
  • Screen 15: Masculine and Feminine Antecedents
  • Screen 16: Examples: Pronoun and Antecedent Agreement
  • Screen 17: Examples: Pronouns with Number Agreement
  • Screen 18: Examples: Pronouns with Gender Agreement
  • Screen 19: Examples: Pronouns with Person Agreement

Lesson 2.2 - Subject, Object, and Possessive Pronouns

  • Screen 1: Lesson 2.2 Topics
  • Screen 2: Pronouns
  • Screen 3: Singular Pronoun Forms
  • Screen 4: Plural Pronoun Forms
  • Screen 5: Use of the Subject Form of Pronouns
  • Screen 6: Predicate Pronouns
  • Screen 7: Reminder: Linking Verbs and Pronoun Forms
  • Screen 8: Identifying Predicate Pronouns
  • Screen 9: Subject Pronouns: I, She, He, We, and They
  • Screen 10: Personal Pronoun Forms
  • Screen 11: Use of the Object Form of Pronouns
  • Screen 12: Indirect Objects and Objects of the Preposition Used as Pronouns
  • Screen 13: Personal Pronouns Used as Object Pronouns
  • Screen 14: Object Pronouns: Me, Her, Him, Us, or Them
  • Screen 15: Use of Possessive Pronouns
  • Screen 16: Possessive Pronouns that Modify Nouns
  • Screen 17: Possessive Pronouns that Act as Subjects or Complements
  • Screen 18: Pronouns as Part of Compound Subjects, Compound Objects, or Compound Predicate Nouns
  • Screen 19: Examples: Pronouns Used as Subjects
  • Screen 20: Examples: Pronouns Used as Predicate Nouns
  • Screen 21: Examples: Pronouns Used as Direct Objects
  • Screen 22: Examples: Pronouns Used as Indirect Objects
  • Screen 23: Examples: Pronouns Used as Objects of the Preposition
  • Screen 24: Examples: Pronouns Used as Possessives

Lesson 2.3 - Demonstrative, Interrogative, Relative, and Indefinite Pronouns

  • Screen 1: Lesson 2.3 Topics
  • Screen 2: Four Special Pronouns
  • Screen 3: Demonstrative Pronouns
  • Screen 4: Demonstrative Pronouns as Adjectives
  • Screen 5: Interrogative Pronouns
  • Screen 6: Interrogative Pronoun: ‘Who’
  • Screen 7: Interrogative Pronouns: ‘Who’ and ‘Whom’
  • Screen 8: ‘Whom’ as an Indirect Object and an Object of the Preposition
  • Screen 9: Relative Pronoun
  • Screen 10: Relative Pronoun: ‘Who’
  • Screen 11: Indefinite Pronouns
  • Screen 12: Common Singular Indefinite Pronouns
  • Screen 13: Common Plural Indefinite Pronouns
  • Screen 14: Singular or Plural Indefinite Pronouns
  • Screen 15: Pronoun Antecedent Agreement
  • Screen 16: When to Use ‘His’, ‘Her’, and ‘Their’
  • Screen 17: Possessive Pronoun Antecedent Agreement
  • Screen 18: Strategies for Determining Singular or Plural Indefinite Pronouns
  • Screen 19: Indefinite Pronouns Used as Adjectives
  • Screen 20: Examples: Demonstrative Pronouns
  • Screen 21: Examples: Interrogative Pronouns
  • Screen 22: Examples: Relative Pronouns
  • Screen 23: Examples: Indefinite Pronouns

Lesson 2.4 - Reflexive and Intensive Pronouns

  • Screen 1: Lesson 2.4 Topics
  • Screen 2: Reflexive and Intensive Pronouns
  • Screen 3: Reflexive Pronouns
  • Screen 4: Reflexive Pronouns: herself, himself, itself, myself, ourselves, yourself, and yourselves
  • Screen 5: Subject Form of a Reflexive Pronoun
  • Screen 6: Direct Object Form of a Reflexive Pronoun
  • Screen 7: Form of a Reflexive Pronoun as Object of a Preposition
  • Screen 8: Intensive Pronouns
  • Screen 9: Examples of How to Use Intensive Pronouns
  • Screen 10: Examples: Reflexive Pronouns
  • Screen 11: Examples: Intensive Pronouns

Lesson 2.5 - Common Pronoun Errors

  • Screen 1: Lesson 2.5 Topics
  • Screen 2: Five Common Pronoun Errors
  • Screen 3: The Use of ‘who’ or ‘whom’
  • Screen 4: Strategies to Determine the Use of ‘who’ or ‘whom’
  • Screen 5: Example of a ‘who’ vs ‘whom’ Strategy
  • Screen 6: Example of a ‘who vs whom’ Strategy, continued
  • Screen 7: Selecting Pronouns to Use with Appositives
  • Screen 8: Choosing the Correct Pronoun to Replace Appositives
  • Screen 9: Use of ‘we’ and ‘us’
  • Screen 10: Unclear Pronoun References
  • Screen 11: Using Pronouns in Compound Subjects and Compound Objects
  • Screen 12: ‘Me’, ‘her’, ‘him’, ‘us’, or ‘them’ as Compound Objects
  • Screen 13: Choosing the Correct Form of a Pronoun in Compound Sentence Parts
  • Screen 14: Examples: Pronoun ‘who’
  • Screen 15: Examples: Pronoun ‘whom’
  • Screen 16: Examples: Pronoun ‘we’
  • Screen 17: Examples: Pronoun ‘us’

Lesson 2.6 - More Common Pronoun Errors

  • Screen 1: Lesson 2.6 Topics
  • Screen 2: Pronouns Forms with Intervening Words
  • Screen 3: Example of Choosing a Pronoun with Intervening Words
  • Screen 4: Using Object Pronouns after Prepositions
  • Screen 5: Using an Object Pronoun in Compound Sentence Parts after ‘except’, ‘for’, and ‘with’
  • Screen 6: Misuse of the Pronoun ‘its’
  • Screen 7: Using Pronoun ‘their’, and use of ‘there’ and ‘they’re’
  • Screen 8: Using Pronoun ‘your’ and use of ‘you’re’
  • Screen 9: Examples: An Object Pronoun in Compound Sentence Parts after ‘between’, ‘except’, ‘for’, and ‘with’
  • Screen 10: Examples: Use of the Pronoun ‘its’
  • Screen 11: Examples: Using Pronoun ‘their’ and use of ‘there’ and ‘they’re’
  • Screen 12: Examples: Using Pronoun ‘your’ and use of ‘you’re’

UNIT 3: VERBS

Lesson 3.1 - Action, Linking, Helping, Transitive, and Intransitive Verbs

  • Screen 1: Lesson 3.1 Topics
  • Screen 2: Sentences
  • Screen 3: Subject and Predicate Parts
  • Screen 4: Action Verbs
  • Screen 5: Transitive and Intransitive Verbs
  • Screen 6: Direct Objects
  • Screen 7: Indirect Objects
  • Screen 8: Indirect Objects: Objects of the Preposition following ‘to’ and ‘for’
  • Screen 9: Indirect Objects: Objects of the Preposition following ‘to’ and ‘for’, continued
  • Screen 10: Intransitive Verbs
  • Screen 11: Linking Verbs
  • Screen 12: Commonly Used Linking Verbs
  • Screen 13: Other ‘Being’ Verbs
  • Screen 14: Action or Linking Verbs
  • Screen 15: Determining if the Verb is a Liking Verb
  • Screen 16: Verb Phrases and Helping Verbs
  • Screen 17: Helping Verbs
  • Screen 18: Commonly Used Helping Verbs
  • Screen 19: Helping Verbs as Main Verbs
  • Screen 20: Helping Verbs and Other Verbs
  • Screen 21: Examples: Action Verbs and Transitive Verbs with a Direct Object
  • Screen 22: Examples: Transitive Verbs with an Indirect Object
  • Screen 23: Examples: Intransitive and Linking Verbs
  • Screen 24: Examples: Helping Verbs

Lesson 3.2 - Simple and Perfect Tenses

  • Screen 1: Lesson 3.2 Topics
  • Screen 2: Verb Tense
  • Screen 3: Simple Tense
  • Screen 4: Past Tense
  • Screen 5: Future and Perfect Tense
  • Screen 6: Past Participles
  • Screen 7: Present Perfect Tense
  • Screen 8: How to Remember Present Perfect Tense
  • Screen 9: Past Perfect Tense
  • Screen 10: How to Remember Past Perfect Tense
  • Screen 11: Future Perfect Tense
  • Screen 12: How to Remember Future Perfect Tense
  • Screen 13: Six Verb Tenses in Time Order
  • Screen 14: Conjugating a Verb
  • Screen 15: Conjugation of the Verb ‘Draw’ in Simple Tense
  • Screen 16: Conjugation of the Verb ‘Draw’ in Perfect Tense
  • Screen 17: Examples: Present Tense Verbs
  • Screen 18: Examples: Past Tense Verbs
  • Screen 19: Examples: Future Tense Verbs
  • Screen 20: Examples: Present Perfect Tense Verbs
  • Screen 21: Examples: Past Perfect Tense Verbs
  • Screen 22: Examples: Future Perfect Tense Verbs

Lesson 3.3 - Progressive Tenses

  • Screen 1: Lesson 3.3 Topics
  • Screen 2: Present Participles
  • Screen 3: Present Progressive Tense Verbs
  • Screen 4: How to Remember Present Progressive Tense
  • Screen 5: Past Progressive Tense
  • Screen 6: How to Remember Past Progressive Tense
  • Screen 7: Future Progressive Tense
  • Screen 8: How to Remember Future Progressive Tense
  • Screen 9: Conjugation of the Verb ‘Draw’
  • Screen 10: Examples: Present Participles
  • Screen 11: Examples: Present Progressive Tense
  • Screen 12: Examples: Past Progressive Tense
  • Screen 13: Examples: Future Progressive Tense

Lesson 3.4 - Perfect Progressive Tenses

  • Screen 1: Lesson 3.4 Topics
  • Screen 2: Present Perfect Progressive Tense
  • Screen 3: How to Remember Present Perfect Progressive Tense
  • Screen 4: Past Perfect Progressive Tense
  • Screen 5: How to Remember Past Perfect Progressive Tense
  • Screen 6: Future Perfect Progressive Tense
  • Screen 7: How to Remember Future Perfect Progressive Tense
  • Screen 8: Conjugation of the Verb ‘Draw’ (Singular)
  • Screen 9: Conjugation of the Verb ‘Draw’ (Plural)
  • Screen 10: Examples: Present Perfect Progressive Tense
  • Screen 11: Examples: Past Perfect Progressive Tense
  • Screen 12: Examples: Future Perfect Progressive Tense

Lesson 3.5 - Active and Passive Verbs

  • Screen 1: Lesson 3.5 Topics
  • Screen 2: Active and Passive Verbs
  • Screen 3: Passive Voice
  • Screen 4: Changing Active Voice to Passive Voice
  • Screen 5: Changing Active to Passive Voice, continued
  • Screen 6: Changing Active to Passive Voice, continued
  • Screen 7: Changing Active to Passive Voice, continued
  • Screen 8: Use of Passive Voice
  • Screen 9: Intransitive Verbs, Linking Verbs, and Active Voice
  • Screen 10: Passive Voice
  • Screen 11: Passive Voice Sentences
  • Screen 12: Changing Passive Voice to Active Voice
  • Screen 13: Examples: Active and Passive Verbs

Lesson 3.6 - Irregular Verbs

  • Screen 1: Lesson 3.6 Topics
  • Screen 2: Principle Verbs Parts
  • Screen 3: Regular Verbs
  • Screen 4: Irregular Verbs
  • Screen 5: Commonly Used Irregular Verbs
  • Screen 6: How to Identify Principle Parts
  • Screen 7: Examples: Regular Verbs
  • Screen 8: Examples: Irregular Verbs

UNIT 4: GERUNDS, PARTICIPLES, AND INFINITIVES

Lesson 4.1 - Gerunds

  • Screen 1: Lesson 4.1 Topics
  • Screen 2: Kinds of Verbals
  • Screen 3: Examples: Gerund Used as a Subject
  • Screen 4: Examples: Gerund Used as a Direct Object
  • Screen 5: Examples: Gerund Used as a Predicate Noun
  • Screen 6: Examples: Gerund Used as an Object of the Preposition

Lesson 4.2 - Gerund Phrases

  • Screen 1: Lesson 4.2 Topics
  • Screen 2: Gerund Phrases
  • Screen 3: Names Used with Gerunds
  • Screen 4: Gerund Phrases and Present Participle Phrases
  • Screen 5: Gerund Phrases and Present Participle Phrases, Continued
  • Screen 6: Examples: Gerund Phrase Used a Subject
  • Screen 7: Examples: Gerund Phrase Used a Direct Object
  • Screen 8: Examples: Gerund Phrase Used an Object of the Preposition
  • Screen 9: Examples: Gerund Phrase Used a Predicate Noun (Nominative)

Lesson 4.3 - Participles and Participle Phrases

  • Screen 1: Lesson 4.3 Topics
  • Screen 2: Participles
  • Screen 3: Types of Participles
  • Screen 4: Examples: Present Participles
  • Screen 5: Examples: Past Participles

Lesson 4.4 - Infinitives

  • Screen 1: Lesson 4.4 Topics
  • Screen 2: Infinitives
  • Screen 3: Infinitives and Prepositional Phrases
  • Screen 4: Infinitive Phrases
  • Screen 5: Examples: Infinitives
  • Screen 6: Examples: Prepositional Phrases

UNIT 5: WORD PARTS AND COUNTERPARTS

Lesson 5.1 - Contractions and Compound Words

  • Screen 1: Lesson 5.1 Topics
  • Screen 2: Contractions
  • Screen 3: Negative Contractions
  • Screen 4: Compound Words
  • Screen 5: Examples: Contractions
  • Screen 6: Examples: Compound Words
  • Screen 7: Examples: Compound Words

Lesson 5.2 - Prefixes and Suffixes

  • Screen 1: Lesson 5.2 Topics
  • Screen 2: Prefixes
  • Screen 3: Prefixes
  • Screen 4: Compound Words
  • Screen 5: Prefixes MIS and NON
  • Screen 6: Prefixes PRE and UN
  • Screen 7: Prefixes RE
  • Screen 8: Examples: Prefixes
  • Screen 9: Suffixes
  • Screen 10: Suffixes ER and OR
  • Screen 11: Suffixes LESS and FUL
  • Screen 12: Suffix OUS
  • Screen 13: Suffixes ABLE and IBLE

Lesson 5.3 - Synonyms and Antonyms

  • Screen 1: Lesson 5.3 Topics
  • Screen 2: Synonyms
  • Screen 3: Synonyms
  • Screen 4: Selecting Similar Words with Appropriate Meanings
  • Screen 5: Antonyms
  • Screen 6: Examples: Synonyms
  • Screen 7: Examples: Antonyms

Lesson 5.4 - Homophones, Homographs, and Homonyms

  • Screen 1: Lesson 5.4 Topics
  • Screen 2: Homophones and Homographs
  • Screen 3: Examples: Homophone as Adjective, Noun, and Verb
  • Screen 4: Homonyms
  • Screen 5: Examples: Homophones
  • Screen 6: Examples: Homographs and Homonyms

UNIT 6: CONFUSING WORDS

Lesson 6.1 - Special Verbs: Let, Leave; Teach, Learn; Lie, Lay

  • Screen 1: Lesson 6.1 Topics
  • Screen 2: Distinguishing ‘let’ from ‘leave’
  • Screen 3: Use of ‘leave’
  • Screen 4: Distinguishing ‘teach’ from ’learn’
  • Screen 5: Use of ‘learn’
  • Screen 6: Distinguishing ‘lie’ from ‘lay’
  • Screen 7: Use of ‘lie’, ‘lay’, and ‘lain’
  • Screen 8: Use of ‘lay’
  • Screen 9: Examples: Using ‘let’ and ‘leave’
  • Screen 10: Examples: Using ‘teach’ and ‘learn’
  • Screen 12: Examples: Using ‘lie’ and ‘lay’
  • Screen 13: Examples: Using ‘lay’ and ‘laid’

Lesson 6.2 - Special Verbs: Rise, Raise; Sit, Set

  • Screen 1: Lesson 6.2 Topics
  • Screen 2: Distinguishing ‘rise’ from ‘raise’
  • Screen 3: Use of ‘raise’
  • Screen 4: Distinguishing ‘sit’ from ‘set’
  • Screen 5: Use of ‘set’
  • Screen 6: Use of ‘set’, continued
  • Screen 7: Examples: Using Sit, Rise, and Raise

Lesson 6.3 - Adjectives: Good, Better, Best, Well, Bad, Worse, Worst

  • Screen 1: Lesson 6.3 Topics
  • Screen 2: Using Adjectives ‘good’, ‘better’, and ‘best’
  • Screen 3: Using Adjectives ‘bad’, ‘worse, and ‘worst’
  • Screen 4: Using the Adjective ‘well’
  • Screen 5: Examples: Using ‘good’, ‘better’, and ‘best’
  • Screen 6: Examples: Using ‘well’, ‘bad’, ‘worse’, and ‘worst’

Lesson 6.4 - Pronouns: Who, Whom, Himself, Herself, Ourselves, Themselves

  • Screen 1: Lesson 6.4 Topics
  • Screen 2: Use of Pronouns ‘we’ and ‘us’
  • Screen 3: Use of Interrogative Pronouns ‘who’ and ‘whom’
  • Screen 4: Example of ‘whom’ in the Object Form
  • Screen 5: Use of Pronouns ‘himself’ and ‘herself’
  • Screen 6: Antecedents Before Pronouns
  • Screen 7: Examples of Antecedents Before Pronouns
  • Screen 8: Use of Pronouns ‘ourselves’ and ‘themselves’
  • Screen 9: Examples: Using ‘we’, and ‘us’
  • Screen 10: Examples: Using ‘who’ and ‘whom’
  • Screen 11: Examples: Using ‘himself’, and ‘herself’
  • Screen 12: Examples: Using ‘ourselves’, ‘themselves’, and Pronouns with an Antecedent

Lesson 6.5 - Homophones and Near Homophones

  • Screen 1: Lesson 6.5 Topics
  • Screen 2: Use of ‘accept’ and ‘except’
  • Screen 3: Use of ‘all ready’ and ‘already’
  • Screen 4: Use of ‘capital’ and ‘capitol’
  • Screen 5: Use of ‘dessert’ and ‘desert’
  • Screen 6: Use of ‘a lot’ and ‘allot’
  • Screen 7: Examples: Using ‘accept’, ‘except’, ‘all ready, and ‘already’
  • Screen 8: Examples: Using ‘capital’, ‘capitol’, ‘desert’, ‘dessert’, ‘allot’ and ‘a lot’

Lesson 6.6 - More Homophones and Near Homophones

  • Screen 1: Lesson 6.6 Topics
  • Screen 2: Use of ‘lead’ and ‘led’
  • Screen 3: Use of ‘lose’ and ‘loose’
  • Screen 4: Use of ‘piece’ and ‘peace’
  • Screen 5: Use of ‘principal’ and ‘principle’
  • Screen 6: Use of ‘stationary’ and ‘stationery’
  • Screen 7: Examples: ‘lead’ and ‘led’
  • Screen 8: Examples: Using ‘lose’, ‘loose’, ‘piece’, and ‘peace’
  • Screen 9: Examples: Using ‘principle’, ‘principal’, ‘stationary’, and ‘stationery’

UNIT 7: DICTIONARY AND REFERENCE MATERIALS

Lesson 7.1 - Alphabetizing and Guide Words

  • Screen 1: Lesson 7.1 Topics
  • Screen 2: Entry Words and Alphabetical Order
  • Screen 3: Alphabetized Words
  • Screen 4: Alphabetical Order
  • Screen 5: Dictionaries
  • Screen 6: Guide Words
  • Screen 7: Using Guide Words
  • Screen 8: Examples: Alphabetizing by Letter Placement
  • Screen 9: Examples: Using Guide Words

Lesson 7.2 - Common Reference Materials

  • Screen 1: Lesson 7.2 Topics
  • Screen 2: Types of References
  • Screen 3: Dictionaries
  • Screen 4: Dictionaries: Definitions
  • Screen 5: Dictionaries: Pronunciation
  • Screen 6: Dictionary Pronunciation Key
  • Screen 7: Dictionary Pronunciation: Accents and Hyphens
  • Screen 8: Dictionaries: Spelling
  • Screen 9: Example: Dictionary Word
  • Screen 10: Encyclopedias and Atlases
  • Screen 11: Almanacs
  • Screen 12: Newspapers and Magazines
  • Screen 13: InfoTrac
  • Screen 14: Thesaurus
  • Screen 15: Using a Thesaurus
  • Screen 16: Other Reference Materials
  • Screen 17: Examples: Dictionaries, Encyclopedias, Atlases, Almanacs
  • Screen 18: Examples: Newspapers, Magazines, Thesauruses

Lesson 7.3 - Fiction and Non-Fiction

  • Screen 1: Lesson 7.3 Topics
  • Screen 2: Non-Fiction
  • Screen 3: Fiction
  • Screen 4: Examples: Non-Fiction and Fiction Books

Lesson 7.4 - Library Media Skills

  • Screen 1: Lesson 7.4 Topics
  • Screen 2: Library Card Catalogs
  • Screen 3: Card Information
  • Screen 4: Sample Card
  • Screen 5: Dewey Decimal System
  • Screen 6: Dewey Decimal System Categories
  • Screen 7: Dewey Decimal System Categories, continued
  • Screen 8: Finding Fiction Books
  • Screen 9: Author Card
  • Screen 10: Title Card
  • Screen 11: Subject Card

Lesson 7.5 - Internet Research

  • Screen 1: Lesson 7.5 Topics
  • Screen 2: Internet Terms: ‘http’
  • Screen 3: Internet Terms: ‘www.’, ‘search engine’
  • Screen 4: Examples of Search Engines
  • Screen 5: Surfing the Web
  • Screen 6: Internet Terms: ‘hardware’, ‘software’, ‘internet’, ‘server’
  • Screen 7: Internet Terms: ‘keywords’, ‘browser’
  • Screen 8: Internet Terms: ‘Boolean logic’, ‘url’, ‘protocol’
  • Screen 9: Internet Terms: ‘domains’
  • Screen 10: Internet Terms: ‘file name’
  • Screen 11: Determining a Good Web site
  • Screen 12: Determining a Good Web site, continued
  • Screen 13: Determining a Good Web site, continued
  • Screen 14: Determining a Good Web site, continued
  • Screen 15: Examples: Online Resources
  • Screen 16: Examples: Protocol, Domain and File Names