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    This solution briefly examines the websites:

    Site #1 https://www.amazingclassroom.com/templates/sky_blue/spelling_update.asp?cag=sample15
    Site # 2 https://www.amazingclassroom.com/templates/bright_yellow/default.asp?cag=sample3

    1. What content is provided?
    2. What is the value of this content?
    3. Does the teacher provide learning experiences and resources as well as announcements such as meetings and perhaps homework?
    4. Is student work shown and if so, what criteria do you think were used to select what student work to present?
    5. To what extent is the content subject-specific?
    6. To what extent does it support student learning?
    7. What audiences does the Web site address?
    8. What types of materials are available for each audience.
    9. Are all audiences well-served? Why or why not?
    10. Impression of Teacher.
    11. What overall impression does the teacher project of himself or herself?
    12. Does the teacher include his/her philosophy of teaching? His or her biography?
    13. If images are used, do they serve any purpose other than visual appeal?
    14. To what extent did you find the site design appealing
    15. What elements made the Website appealing or distracting?
    16. Follow some of the links. What criteria do you think the teacher used to decide what links to include.
    17. Were the links truly helpful?
    18. Were they well-organized?
    19. Were they active links?
    20. When were they last updated?
    21. To what extent is the Web site easy to navigate? Is the design helpful for finding what you want from the site?
    22. What was your overall impression( greatest strengths and weakness of the sites)?
    23. What did you take away from reviewing the cites?

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    Solution Summary

    500 words of ideas are briefly included to demonstrate how teacher websites are critical and offer insights about teachers' lessons, philosophies, contents, etc.