Network prepares high school lesson plans to accompany certain television
programming. For the Fillmore, these lessons are available electronically,
as PDFs (Portable Document Format), through the Web.
To download the
lesson plans as a PDF, you may first have to download the Adobe Acrobat
Reader, available for free on Adobe's
Web site. The Reader is available for most computer platforms,
and once downloaded the lessons may be viewed on-screen as well as
for Downloading Acrobat Reader 4.0
that you print out these directions, as you will need to refer to
them later, when you are not in your Web browser.
To download the
Teacher's Guide on this site, you must first have software called
Adobe Acrobat 4.0. This software is free and can be downloaded by
clicking on the "Download Acrobat Reader 4.0" link on this page, above.
The whole process can take an hour or two, depending on the speed
of your modem and computer. Once you have Adobe Acrobat you can download
as many documents as you want without downloading Acrobat again. The
following is a step-by-step of where you will go and what to do there.
Begin by clicking
on this Download
Acrobat Reader 4.0 link.
You are now at the page called "Get Adobe Acrobat Reader."
to the middle of the page to the three boxes where you can give Adobe
some information about what you need.
to the bottom of the page, and click on the box that says "download."
1.The Reader installation
file will begin downloading to your computer. This is the part that
can take a very long time, so be patient. Important: save the file
and make a note of its name and where you put it so you can find it
2.Quit your Web
Acrobat: go to the newly downloaded file and open it. Follow the directions
to intstall the Reader and make it functional on your computer.
You can now download the Teacher's Guide.
1.Open your Web
browser and go back to this page (www.thirteen.org/newyork/series/index.html)
and click the Resources section. Open the Teacher's Guide. If Adobe
Acrobat is installed correctly, the guide will open automatically
in most browsers. If the guide doesn't open automatically, save the
file to your desktop or to a particular folder, then open it manually.
The pages may be printed. If the option exists in your print options,
print to the end of the page.
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