Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Desktop Publishing

With today's computers and software, it's gotten much easier for anyone to create desktop documents. More and more people who have not had proper instruction on combining text and graphics in an effective way are publishing documents. As a result, there's a lot more bad design floating around out there.

The following websites may be beneficial in teaching your students to plan, create, and edit documents created with a word processor using readable fonts, alignment, page setup, tabs, and ruler settings as specified in the Texas Technology TEKS.

In the district where I work, we also use in teaching the technology TEKS to our K-8 grade students.

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