Internet Assignment 1
Children and Grief
There is an incredible supply of information available to you through the Internet. Some of it is reliable, current, and relevant. Some of it is garbage. It's your job to distinguish the difference.

Fortunately there are people out there in cyberspace, many times experts in their fields, who cruise the Internet, find the best, most useful, Websites, and put them all together in a subject directory for other people to use.

One example of this is My WebMD, a health information company dedicated to providing credible information, community, and services. They pride themselves in providing health news for the public, medical news for physicians, up-to-date medical reference content databases, and much more.

Let's look for children grief. Type your search words in the "Quick Search" box at the top of the screen and click on GO.

Your results will look something like this.

Click on a few of these and see what they have to say.

Find answers to these questions:

  1. What are the ways that children express grief?
  2. Why is it important for children to express their grief?
  3. How can you help a child during the grieving process?

Enter your answers in the textbox below.

Congratulations!

You've almost finished your Web assignment. Now comes the most important part:

 Your Name:

 Your Class Section #:

 Your e-mail address:

 Time spent on this assignment:

 And now you can click on the submit button

 

Address of this page:
http://hhh.gavilan.edu/damaro/grief.html
For questions or comments, please send e-mail to
Debra Amaro: damaro@gavilan .edu
Last updated on March 24, 2004.

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