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 Tuesday, March 31, 2020

    I can (through investigation and reflection on instruction) demonstrate my understanding of a Haiku poem's 5-7-5 syllable format by completing an unfinished Haiku poem with a line that contains the appropriate number of syllables and is relevant to the topic of the poem.

    7.SL.2.2 Investigate and reflect on ideas under discussion by identifying specific evidence from materials under study and other resources.

     Steps of the Lesson:

     1.  Go to Google Classroom and watch the first posted video (week 3 video).  This video explains your instructions and your assignments for the week.
    2.  Watch the Youtube videos for more examples of Haiku poems if you think you need to so that you can better understand how to compose a Haiku.
    3.  On Google Classroom, complete Assignment 1 Week 3 which is a google form quiz where you need to finish the lines of the Haiku poems to show that you understand the 5-7-5 syllable format.
    4.  Submit your answers on the google form.
    Work to be turned in:  Haiku google form

     Extended ELearning for Language Arts for Thursday, April 2, 2020

    I can create a Haiku poem with an engaging presentation that includes multimedia componenets and visual displays.

    7.SL.4.2 Create engaging presentations that include multimedia components and visual displays to clarify claims and findings and emphasize salient points

     Steps of the Lesson:  

    1.  Go to Google Classroom and re-watch any of the videos about Haiku poems, if necessary, to refresh your memory on how to create a Haiku.

    2.  On Google Classroom, open Assignment 2 Week 3.

    3.  Follow the instructions and complete your own Haiku.  Use pictures, backgrounds, etc. to make the presentation more interesting and engaging.

    4.  Turn in your assignment on google classroom.  Be sure to give it a title!

    Work to be turned in: Haiku poem on google slides

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