Your Project Title Here
Note on using this template: We
encourage you to be creative with your Web pages for students.
They do not need to look just like this template. Organize them
as you like and add colors, graphics, backgrounds, tables,
etcetera that are inviting to your students and relevant to the
project. See the "student page" links on the "LInC Project
Examples" page for examples of many different kinds of Web
pages for students. The only things they have in common
It is considered good design to
organize pages with some structure so students can find what
they need and to include ample whitespace such as indenting
blocks of text so the pages do not seem too dense. Have fun
with your pages as you try out your design ideas!
- The project title appears somewhere
prominently on the page.
- The LInC footer is at the bottom of
each Web page.
Your Heading Here
Your materials for students to view go here.
You may wish to design a page with the look you want and then
use that page as a template for other Web pages you create
for your students.
Your Web pages for students need to provide enough
information, guidance, and resources so that a student who is
not in your class could do the project by using these Web
pages. Your Web pages should also be sufficient for a teacher
who is not in your building to be able to use this project
with his or her students. Web pages for students should be
directed at student readers of the selected grade level (as
opposed to being directed at a teacher reader). Take care to
use good Web design principles when designing your pages.
. . .