In this video, you will brainstorm online actions that may leave data behind.
Then, you will add at least ten activities to your spreadsheet.
If you are working with a group, you can each add three activities.
To begin, by yourself or with your group, think of the many things that people do online.
They might play games, send emails, or talk to friends.
Others might do homework, read the news, look up information for a research paper,
watch videos, download apps, or read books.
Think of ways that anyone might use the internet.
Once you have several ideas, type “Online Actions”
in the first cell of the spreadsheet to create a header for your list.
Bold the header.
If you’re in a group, gather at one computer and one of you can type and bold the header.
Then, under the header, add at least ten ways that people use the internet,
or three for each student if you are working in a group.
Now, it’s your turn:
Brainstorm online activities,
Add a header for your list,
And add at least ten activities, or three per group member, to your spreadsheet.