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    Question Message Composition

    Hi everybody. I write you to let you know a current situation I have in my classs right now.

    For more of my students (12-18 ys) appear to be very easy to communicate using internet; a couple of weeks ago I ask them to send an email once I previously taught them how to create a message composition.It happens,no all of them have an account.

    Should I give up this activity or,maybe ask them hand in a copy with their details following the model I presented?

    Should I force them to go and have an account?

    Should I just consider it as an extra-curricular activity?, you know to help them discover more in the internet.

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    Re: Message Composition

    I would help the others to open an email account if possible; IT skills are essential skills nowadays. However, if some don't have any or much access to the internet, I would let them hand in copies instead.

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