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Copying and Pasting from Word

Remember to use the Paste from Word button.

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Creating a New Paragraph

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Whenever you hit 'Enter', the page editor will create a paragraph break of two lines.

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Starting a New Line Without Creating a Paragraph Break

If you'd like to start a new line without creating a new paragraph, hold down the 'Shift' key and press 'Enter'.

An example:
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Links and Images

Inserting a Link to Another Page Within Your Website

Learn more about the courses at Impact English College.

Inserting a Link to Another Website

Learn more about things to do in Melbourne at Visit Melbourne.com.

Inserting a Link to a File

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Inserting an Image

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Uploading a New Image or File: Image Manager and File Manager

To upload new images or files to the site, you must use the Image Manager and the File Manager.

Choosing a HEADER Image for the Top of Each Page

  1. Check the name of the image you want to use. Go to the Image Manager and open the folder called 'header'.
  2. Click on the blue 'Header info' button
  3. Copy this text into the Header Info field and change the image name: <img src="/images/header/imagename.jpg">

For example, the header image for the Home page is called 'home.jpg'. The Header Info for the Home page is: <img src="/images/header/home.jpg">.

For example, the header image for the Courses page is called 'course.jpg'. The Header Info for the Courses page is: <img src="/images/header/course.jpg"> 

 

Uploading Images and Files

  • Make your image the correct size before uploading it to the Image Manager.
  • Use underscores like this _ instead of spaces in file names.

Example:
chef_1.jpg

Example:
capital_thai_drinks_menu.pdf

  • We recommend restricting image and file sizes to a maximum of 200 KB. Using large images and files will make visitors wait longer when they are viewing your web pages.


Editing Tables

 

Monday 

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

75 minutes
8:30am -
9:45am
or
1:15pm -
2.30pm

  • General Warmer
  • Homework check
  • Unit 4 Wealth
  • Lead-in Speaking
  • Reading / Listening ‘Catch me if you can'
  • Vocabulary / Speaking - Phrasal verbs
  • General Warmer
  • Homework check
  • Grammar: modals of obligation & prohibition
  • Pronunciation / stress
  • Speaking practice using grammar and pronunciation points
  • General Warmer
  • Homework check
  • Discussion on yesterday's
    excursion.
  • Stock and investments
    - how to get rich quick.
  • General Warmer
  • Homework check
  • Create and present an advertisement
  • Integrated skills activity
    highlighting grammatical points from previous lesson. All skills 
  • General Warmer
  • Homework check
  • Unit 4 Test and correction
           

BREAK

         

75 minutes
10:00am -
11:15am
or
2:45pm -
4:00pm

  • Grammar: question tags
  • Running dictation
  • Communicative activity using the above with magazine pictures
  • Writing: letters and emails.
    Formal / informal / Inviting
    /accepting /refusing
  • Reading & Speaking ‘Spend more'
  • Vocabulary - opposites Pronunciation
  • Speaking
  • Vocabulary: confusing words
  • Reading, written exercises
    followed by practical speaking practice
  • Students' choice
  • Topic/study point decided by students earlier in the week

BREAK

         

90 minutes
11:30am -
1:00pm
or
4:15pm -
5:45pm

  • Speaking ‘Getting rich quick'
  • Vocabulary - qualities
  • Listening ‘Getting rich quick'
  • Excursion
  • Australian Stock Exchange
  • Worksheet completion,
    vocabulary extension, discussion stimuli, cultural experience
  • Grammar: First conditional with ‘if /when / unless /as soon as'. Introduction, exercises and
    practical application
  • Communication  - ‘What a waste!'
  • Integrated skills activity incorporating grammatical points from previous lesson.
    All skills
  • Progress Test Units 1-4
  • Film Bank - ‘From Rags to Riches'
  • Worksheet -Listening
  • Discussion

Homework
Tasks

Homework Tasks Grammar extension
tasks
Homework Tasks Excursion Report
Prepare for discussion
Homework Tasks Workbook exercises Homework Tasks Review and Practice Homework Tasks Watch the movie
‘Catch me if you can'

 

 

Courses

Intake/Course Start Dates 2012

Entry Requirements

1. General English
    
CRICOS CODE: 064509G

Every Monday

Available from Elementary to Advanced level.
Minimum enrolment: 2 weeks. Level completion:
10 weeks. Maximum number of students: 15.

2. Business English
    
CRICOS CODE: 064511C

Every Monday

Available from Upper Intermediate to Advanced level. Minimum enrolment: 5 weeks. Level completion: 10 weeks. Maximum number of students: 15.

3. IELTS/Further Studies Preparation
    
CRICOS CODE: 064510D

21/05/12    25/06/12    30/07/12
03/09/12    08/10/12    12/11/12

Available from Intermediate to Advanced level. Minimum enrolment: 5 weeks. Level completion:
10 weeks. Maximum number of students: 15. Entry requirement: Intermediate +

2. Barista/Cafe English
    
CRICOS CODE: 0645559J

02/07/12    16/07/12    06/08/12
20/08/12    10/09/12    24/09/12
15/10/12    29/10/12    19/11/12

Available from Intermediate to Advanced level. Course duration: 5 weeks. Maximum number of students: 15. Entry requirement: Intermediate +

Publishing Your Changes and Refreshing Your Web Browser

If you can't see the changes you made after publishing the site, hold down the 'Ctrl' key and press the 'F5' key to ensure that you are looking at the latest version of your web page.

Remember, the steps are:

  1. Edit
  2. Save
  3. Publish
  4. Refresh

 

Next: News Manager and User Manager


After Training: Resources

Support

The answers to common queries are at your fingertips. See the Frequently-Asked Questions page.

For support, contact the account manager (web designer) for your site, or contact the Support department (phone 1300 130 875, e-mail support@sitesuite.com.au).

Editing Your Page Titles

  • Edit your page titles via the 'Page Title' field towards the top of this page.
  • Each page title should be different (because the content of each page is) and describe the page content.
  • Page titles can be up to 60 characters long, including spaces.
  • See our tips on improving your page titles.

 

Editing Your Meta Tags

  • Edit your keywords meta tags and description tags by clicking on the blue 'Meta Tags' button towards the top of this page.
  • The keywords and description should reflect the content of the web page.
  • Ideally, every page should have a different meta description.
  • For tips, see '8. Description meta tags and keyword meta tags' in our Content Tips article.

 

Promoting Your Site

You'll find more tips on promoting your site through the search engines and by other means in the Community section of the SiteSuite website.

Top 5 Articles

  1. How to Promote Your Site and Optimise it for the Search Engines
  2. Why You Need Inbound Links and How to Get Them
  3. How to Create Search Engine-Friendly Content
  4. Top 10 Search Engine Optimisation Tips
  5. How to Optimise Your Page Titles for the Search Engines

Search Engine Optimisation (refining your site and improving the quality of your inbound links to make your site more appealing to the search engines) is a specialist industry. We can refer you to our partner, Melbourne IT, for a consultation and quote on SEO services.

Free Image Editing Software

If you don't have image editing software such as Photoshop, you may like to try: