Re: Fw: Helping some kids track the internet web
- This seemed worth forwarding - with our geographic diversity we
could really give these kids a boost
>Irwin Silverman, Ph.D.
> We are 17 Grade 5 and 6 students at Veteran School in Veteran,
> Alberta. Veteran is located 320 km northeast of Calgary, Alberta, home of
> the famous Calgary Stampede. Veteran is in the area that we call the
> prairies of East Central Alberta. We have decided, after seeing this done at
> another school, to map an e-mail project. We are curious to see where in the
> world our e-mail will travel via the Internet, between the period of January
> 25, 2001 and April 30, 2001. This is not a pen-pal project, so we will not
> write you back (unless you request a verification). We would like your help.
> If you receive this e-mail, we ask that you:
> 1. E-mail us back us back at:
> veteran56@... and tell us your city/state/ location so we can
> plot it on our map.
> 2. Forward this e-mail to everyone you know so that they can send it on
> to everyone they know (and so on)
> to help us reach even more people.
> (We don't mind receiving repeats, so send it on to everyone. We're tracking
> the number of responses we receive as
> well, and will be making a graph using the numbers receive by state,
> province and country. With your help we can make this a very fun learning
> Please help us.
> Thank-you for any help you can give.
> Veteran School Grade 5 & 6
> Mrs. Debbie Letniak's Social Studies Class
> Box 649 Veteran, Alberta TOC 2S0
> Phone: 403-575-3915
> Fax: 403-575-3870
4700 Keele Street
Toronto, Ontario M3J 1P3
Ph. 416-736-2100 x66213
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