Gutenberg Exchange Lesson 10a: Absolutes
Computer Literacy Objectives: In this lesson you continue to
use multi-tasking to create a wordprocessed document. This version
of lesson 10 does not work with HTML. If you wish, you may
switch to the HTML version of Lesson Ten.
(Recommended for advanced classes)
Writing Objectives: You will learn how to identify and use
In this lesson, you will read about the structure of absolutes, and then
you will search a list of sentences, copying and pasting sample
sentences that contain absolutes into a wordprocessing document and
- Review Lesson 9a.
- Go to an introduction to absolutes,
and study it carefully.
- Leave Netscape running, and open your
word processor; then return to this page.
- Go to
a list of complex sentences.
- Scan the sentences looking for absolutes. (There are three sentences
that contain absolutes.)
- As you find them, copy and paste them into the Notepad document and
imitate each with your own words.
- Have another student check your sentences to see if they contain
- Make sure your name and section number are in the document, and then
print, save, and hand in your paper.
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