I got a job with my university starting July 3rd. I will be working with their IELP (Intensive English Language Program), which is made up of mostly Asian students who are new to Canada and are here to learn English. Part of my job is to run 5 3-hour workshops, 2 hours per week for 5 weeks. I've chosen my topic to be photography, since every kid likely has a digital camera, and if not, I have a couple point and shoots that I can lend. Anyway, I am in the process of testing out our Mac labs at the university to see how they will handle the students having a .Mac account so they can make a photo webpage to show their friends and family back home. We will be shooting the area around the school, which is wooded and part of the Niagara Escarpment, which is quite photogenic. We will also likely be visiting a local historical waterfall that you may or may not have heard of... Anyway, my question is... since they'll be using iPhoto which is easy beyond belief, should I mention some of the very basic technical aspects of photography? Shutter speed and aperture is about as far as I plan on going, as well as some simple composition principles such as the rule of thirds. I have a huge Mac lab all to myself to show examples and stuff, but I am worried about boring the kids with 'lecture' style ramblings... any thoughts?