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Ideas!

As a team you might want to agree on assignments for September Reading and September Math, as common assignments that all the grade 1 students will work through. With a standard set of assignments for each month, students will get consistent exposure. The assignments can be activated/deactivated each month and retained for use in future years.

It is also easy to create smaller group assignments, as you get to know the individual needs of your students.
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Create a class:
Did each of you create the 'class' with your students in it? This will give each student a 'home page' with their assignment(s).
Note: You can create as many classes (reading, math, intervention, etc.) as you want for assignments/reports. But, to start you should only need one because you can assign assignments to different students within a group.
 
Create Assignments:
Create for a class or multiple classes or for an individual/group of students.
1. Click your class from the My Classes section of the Class manager page.
2. Click Add an Assignment
3. Title: Enter an assignment title
4. Preferences: override to adjust game mode, remedial topics, timer, scratchpad, highlighters.
5. Assignees: which class(es), student(s)
6. Topics: 1st Grade Reading or Math and click Get Topic List. Review the topics and check the ones you want.
7. Activate the assignment>Save
8. IMPORTANT: Activate the class page from the Class Manager screen!! Select Yes for top two dropdowns. You can click No to block the left menu for the students.
 
Note: You can create assignments now and not activate them. Then you can come in later and activate them as you want them to be available for students.
 
IMPORTANT: Activate Class Page at the after activating the assignment. You can add all kinds of things (links, notes, schedule) to the class page.
 
Other Information:
Students can choose test mode, printable worksheets or games for different assignments.
  • Test Mode: Pick an answer, with feedback, pick until correct answer and can get an explanation.
  • Game Mode: Do well in the content to do well in the games. You can set the games to be on/off/limited.
  • Students earn blue ribbons when they reach passing goal for each topic. The passing goal can be adjusted by student.
  • Reports: School Stats link on left.
  • Click on the chart icon next to each assignment to see detailed information for that class for that assignment.
  • Worksheets: Teachers get printout of answers, students do not.

 
READING First Grade



MATH First Grade


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