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History Teaching with Moodle 2 by John Mannion

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Adding a contents page

Having created the four question pages, we need to create a contents page which will act like a table of contents for the lesson. This would also be a suitable location for lesson objectives in the form of a bulleted list. This will provide an important link between the opening of the lesson and the crucial activity at the end of the lesson where students answer the summative question and are able to demonstrate their understanding of the significance of the Doomsday Book.

  1. Click the Edit tab.
  2. Click the Expanded option.
  3. Click Add a content page.
  4. Enter The Doomsday Book in the Page title section.
  5. Write a brief introduction to the lesson in the Page contents section.
  6. In Content 1, enter The Commissioner's role—this will be the text ...

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