All of these opportunities are posted now on Google Classroom. Students were given the opportunity to log on to Google Classroom this week to make sure they know their passwords, etc. I do not have the ability to reset their passwords, so do not ask!
(Most students have logins: email@example.com Their passwords were originally Mainstreet and would only be changed if a student changed it.)
Anyhow…this information, with links, is posted on Google Classroom.
Have a great week! Can’t wait to see your Wringer presentations on the 30th!
HERE IS WHAT IS ON GOOGLE CLASSROOM:
I hope that each student has a great week with family and friends! Here are a few extra credit opportunities to keep your brain working while you take a bit of time off.
Just a reminder: Make sure you are finished with the Wringer activities by 11/27, and you are ready to present your Wringer project on 11/30. The Wringer activities (conflict chart, characterization chart and journal assignments) are available for download here on your Google classroom.
These extra credit opportunities will not take the place of the Wringer activities and project! All of these activities must be completed by 11.26 to receive extra credit points.
1. Readworks questions for the article “Early People in Central American Land Bridge” Link/Login/Directions are posted here on your Google Classroom.
2. Newsela article “The Stag Beetle” and questions. The article is posted directly on Google Drive for you. Click the link.
3. USA Test Prep practice Benchmark test due 11.26 (posted on your usatestprep assignments already…some students have already completed this work!)
4. Benchmark Test retakes. Go to pearsonsuccessnet.com and take Benchmark 1 and Benchmark 2. If you score much better than your original test, you may earn some extra test grade points for demonstrating growth. You are not permitted to use notes or the book while taking the test. Demonstrate the core value of integrity! Your logins/passwords are available in the link underneath the assignment called “Benchmark Tests.”