E-Learning

E-Learning Day

  • Remember, if you want to use your text-to-speech feature on your chrome book for any of the assignments, click on the setting icon on your chrome book, and type in the word ACCESSIBILITY in the search bar.  Once there, click on Enable accessibility features.  Under text-to-speech, turn on the Enable ChromeVox(spoken feedback).  Next, turn on Enable select-to-speech option.  Once you do that, the directions are stated for how to use this feature.  Highlight the text you want to have read aloud, then press the search button + S, and it will be read to you.  Be sure you set the text-to-speech voice settings to a voice, speed, and loudness you want.   


     

    Extended ELearning for Language Arts for Monday, May 11, 2020 (instructional video)

    I CAN compare and contrast a written version and a video of The Tell-Tale Heart by analyzing the effects of the different techniques used in each medium. 

    I Can write a coherent paragraph comparing and contrasting the two mediums and state which I liked better and why.

    State Standard:  7.RL.4.1 Compare and contrast a written story, play or poem with its audio, filmed, staged, or multimedia version, analyzing the effects of techniques unique to each medium (e.g., lighting, sound, color, or camera focus and angles in film).

     

     

     Steps of the Lesson: 

    1.  Go to Google Classroom and watch the Instructional Video for Week 8, Monday, May 11. THIS IS YOUR LAST VIDEO!!

    2.  The video will explain that you will be watching an animated version of The Tell-Tale Heart.  IF you have not read the written version of the story, you will have to read it AND watch the animated video in order to complete your last assignment.
     
      Extended ELearning for Language Arts for Tuesday, May 12, 2020 (the assignment)

    I CAN compare and contrast a written version and a video of The Tell-Tale Heart by analyzing the effects of the different techniques used in each medium. 

    I Can write a coherent paragraph comparing and contrasting the two mediums and state which I liked better and why.

    State Standard:  7.RL.4.1 Compare and contrast a written story, play or poem with its audio, filmed, staged, or multimedia version, analyzing the effects of techniques unique to each medium (e.g., lighting, sound, color, or camera focus and angles in film).

     Steps of the Lesson:  

    1.  Go to Google Classroom and click on the link to watch the animated video of The Tell-Tale Heart.

    2.  After watching the video, if you need to read the story again, or for the first time, do that before you do the written assignment.

    3.  Go to Google Classroom and open the document titled, The Tell-Tale Heart:  the video or the written story.

    4.  On this document, you will write a paragraph comparing and contrasting the video and the written story of The Tell-Tale Heart and include which version you liked better...the story or the video...and tell why.  You MUST TRY to include at least two similarities and two differences when comparing and contrasting.  THIS IS THE ONLY DOCUMENT YOU WILL TURN IN!

     Work to be turned in:   the google document titled, The Tell-Tale Heart:  the video or the written story

     
     
    • Email me at mriess@mcas.k12.in.us with any questions you may have.