Michigan City High School

e-Learning

  • During our e-Learning day, you will go to Google Classroom to access the Docs and any resources (videos, PDFs, Slides...) you need to complete your activities for English class. 

     

    Monday, Feb 18

    10th Grade 

    Activity Information:

     I can edit a paragraph for spelling, punctuation, and usage.

     

     Lesson Description:

    Your objective is to correct all the errors in the paragragh.

     

     Steps of Lesson:

    1. open the link below: https://mrnussbaum.com/xsurgeons-play
    2. you will edit the paragraph:
    -look at the chart on the left to see how many of each errors there are- while you play, it will tell you how many you have left
    -click on what needs to be fixed - then fix the word that shows in the bar at the bottom of the screen and click "ok"
    -I would fix spelling first, then usage (wong words used). Then fix punctuation errors by clicking on the word so you can add the punctuation after that word
    -take a screen shot and paste it into the doc below called "My Screenshot" to show completion. If you can't master it after 30 min- take a screen shot of what you completed on your last try before it starts you again.
    -see my attached example below of me playing the game

     

     

     

    Monday, Feb 18

     11th Grade

     Activity Information

     

    • Use effective transitions to link the major sections of the text, create cohesion, and clarify the relationships between claim(s) and reasons, between reasons and evidence, and between claim(s) and counterclaims.

     Lesson Description:

    • We are starting a new literature time period - American Romannticism (1899-1860). You will record yourself reading the attached poem from this time period. You can record your voice or video with a phone (your computer video does not work) Your microphone might. Then attach it to this assignment. If you really have trouble with posting it here. You can play it from your phone next week for credit/attendance.

     Steps of Lesson:

    Go to Google Classroom

    1. open the attached doc to read the poem

    2. record your voice or video with a phone (your computer video does not work) Your microphone might. Then attach it to this assignment. If you really have trouble with posting it here. You can play it from your phone next week for credit/attendance.

    -Don't rush through the reading
    -use an emotional tone based on the mood of the poem
    -include the title and poet's name before you start the reading

    **This informtion is also posted in Google Classroom

    If you need help during e-learning, email me through your school gmail at the following address:

    jdimke@mcas.k12.in.us