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Read about the Intel® Learn Program and how students in Egypt help their community by starting a program to teach adults to read.
Haitian-American shares how Intel Computer Clubhouses provided stability while in foster care and scholarship support for college.
Orphan Impact reduces the number of runaways by offering Vietnamese orphanages weekly computer training classes and Intel® classmate PCs.
Plan, produce, and publish a persuasive Web site by defining a problem, exploring alternatives, and implementing solutions.
Intel® Easy Steps provides adult learners the opportunity for enhanced social and economic self-sufficiency through digital literacy. Intel; Server and Worksta...
Students research topics, write essays, and collect and analyze data to produce critically thought out publications.
Students write fictional event narratives from the view of imagined characters, identify audiences and publish brochures
Learn basic skills to think critically, interpret polling data, research and choose a topic to create a poll.
Use critical thinking skills, and research and analysis in graphic organizers to create a newsletter.
Students research topics, write expository essays, collect and analyze data, and deliver multimedia presentations.
Enhance your presentation with images, audio, and video and manage multimedia from the Internet legally and ethically.
Students learn to choose a topic for an informative expository essay and ask effective questions to guide research.
Reflect using checklists and rubrics to assess your readiness to research expository topics and research questions.
Learn how to create and deliver an entertaining multimedia presentation that explains your topic to an audience.
Students research controversial issues and write persuasive essays to make an argument for a position on their issues.
Students research controversial issues and write persuasive essays.
Essay with an introductory paragraph followed by three (or more) body paragraphs and ending with a concluding paragraph.
Students use persuasive writing to make an argument for a particular position on an important issue.
You can communicate and create a Web page based on your persuasive essay with a little knowledge and a text editor.
Use data management to collect and organize information relevant to a problem.
Make convincing arguments for solutions supported by statistical and survey data. Create charts to evaluate alternatives.
Use critical thinking to define a complex problem and explore alternative solutions from multiple points of view.
Discover individuals increasing economic self-sufficiency in global communities through digital literacy, helping build a better future.
Learn how the Intel-Udyogini School of Entrepreneurship in India helps women like Saraswati Devi learn business, digital literacy, and life skills.
Activist Naema Al-zbede teaches Bedouin women to develop life skills, shape new opportunities, and discover a digital future through technology.