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    eLearning Day 3/26/2020

     

    WELCOME TO OUR eLEARNING DAY!

    Good morning and welcome to our E-Learning Day! Please complete the assignments throughout the day.  I will be available throughout the day via e-mail or ClassTag if you have any questions or need login information. My email is adavis06@mcas.k12.in.us .  Students can also message me within Google Classroom where their work is posted.

    Below are your assignments for today.  If you have any questions please let me know.  All assignments need to be completed and turned in for credit and be counted for attendance.

     Reading & Writing

    I can compare points of view in literature.

      1. Go to the MCAS site and click on the Learning Place tab. Then click on Clever.
      2. Log into Clever
      3. Once logged into Clever, find the Google Classroom app.  Your Google Classroom login is your mcas email - be sure to add @mcas.k12.in.us to your username and your student number. ( We use the username and student number daily in class, students may need help adding @mcas.k12.in.us to the end of their username when logging in.)
      4. Find the reading assignment posted to Google Classroom.  The assignment can be found underneath the CLASSWORK tab. It is labeled e-Learning with today’s date.  Complete the Ready Reading assignment following the directions posted on Google Classroom.
    • To be turned in: Ready Reading pgs 292-297 in textbook and Google Form.

     

    Writing

    I can write a thank you letter.

      1. Go to the MCAS site and click on the Learning Place tab. Then click on Clever.
      2. Log into Clever
      3. Once logged into Clever, find the Google Classroom app.  Your Google Classroom login is your mcas email - be sure to add @mcas.k12.in.us to your username and your student number. ( We use the username and student number daily in class, students may need help adding @mcas.k12.in.us to the end of their username when logging in.)
      4. Find the reading assignment posted to Google Classroom.  The assignment can be found underneath the CLASSWORK tab. It is labeled e-Learning with today’s date.  Complete the Ready Reading assignment following the directions posted on Google Classroom.
    • To be turned in: Thank you letter to Career Day Presenter

     

    MATH 

    I can understand angles.

    Steps to complete the lesson:

      1. Go to the MCAS site and click on the Learning Place tab. Then click on Clever.
      2. Log into Clever
      3. Once logged into Clever, find the Google Classroom app.  Your Google Classroom login is your mcas email - be sure to add @mcas.k12.in.us to your username and your student number. ( We use the username and student number daily in class, students may need help adding @mcas.k12.in.us to the end of their username when logging in.)
      4. Find the math assignment posted to Google Classroom.  The assignment can be found underneath the CLASSWORK tab. It is labeled e-Learning with today’s date.  Complete the  assignment following the directions posted on Google Classroom.

    To be turned in:  Google Form Assessment over Understanding Angles

    • *** If you work with Mrs. Noetzel for math, please visit her page by clicking here for additional resources.  There is a hundreds chart posted on Google Classroom for your use as well.

     

    Science

    I can explain what an ecosystem is.  

    • Steps to complete the lesson
      1. Go to the MCAS site and click on the Learning Place tab. Then click on Clever.
      2. Log into Clever
      3. Once logged into Clever, find the Google Classroom app.  Your Google Classroom login is your mcas email - be sure to add @mcas.k12.in.us to your username and your student number. ( We use the username and student number daily in class, students may need help adding @mcas.k12.in.us to the end of their username when logging in.)
      4. Find the science assignment posted to Google Classroom.  The assignment can be found underneath the CLASSWORK tab.  Complete the science assignment following the directions posted on Google Classroom.

     

    To be turned in:  Read Ch 4 Lesson 5 (168 - 173) in your science textbook. 

     

     

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