Module 4

Discovering Word Processing


Exercise 3: Typical Word Processing Documents

Step 1

To learn more about how word processing can support you as an educator consider this list of documents that educators would create in the line of their duties.

  • Creating worksheets
  • Setting test and exam papers
  • Developing assessment rubrics
  • Writing good news or disciplinary notes
  • Weekly lesson plan
  • Creating certificates
  • Designing concert programme
  • Publishing sport team lists
  • Writing letters to parents or sponsors
  • Drawing diagrams using lines and shapes
  • Creating newsletters

In addition to some of the above learners may also use the word processor in some of the following ways:

  • Writing and editing essays / reports
  • Completing learner support templates
  • Writing CVs

Step 2

What is one word processing document that you would like to learn how to create? In which skill groups might you begin looking to learn how to create that document?


Next: Proceed to Exercise 4


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