Tip Sheet #2 Vol. II - September 20, 2022

 

Modified on Tue, 20 Sep 2022 at 01:03 AM





Can you believe it? It is almost the first day of autumn. This year, the Fall Equinox will land on September 23, 2022. Our days are getting shorter and our nights longer. Students are finally back in their school routine and Teachers are diving into curriculum. 


As our students learn about gratitude and practice saying "Thank you," here at TeacherMade we want you to know how grateful we are for each of you! Thank you for being innovative in your classroom and for doing what you do! Your students appreciate you and will even learn to say those words some day. ;)



In this Issue:



 Activities Shared by Miss Fifth:


Fall Equinox

  • What is the Fall Equinox?




    • Subject: English Language Arts 

    • Grade: Upper Elementary & Middle

    • Item Types: Multiple Choice, Multiselect, True/False, Matching, Open Answer, Student Image 

    • Description: Students will learn about what causes the Fall Equinox to occur, and how people around the world celebrate the day. After, they will answer questions based on the reading.

    • Link: https://app.teachermade.com/s/ORNCEuf_SjyFIZtftWJ1QQ/


  • Gratitude Chart 



  • Subject: English Language Arts

  • Grade: All Grade Levels 

  • Item Types: Short Answer, Open Answer

  • Description: Fall is a time to show gratitude to others. Students will practice being grateful by filling in this chart to tell how they are feeling, what they are grateful for, and how they will make their day great. This is a great check-in to use either daily or weekly! 

  • Link: https://app.teachermade.com/s/8X34tTzhTtCTAwX4_CzXSQ/




International Day of Sign Language 

  • History of the International Day of Sign Language 



  • Subject: English Language Arts 

  • Grade: Upper Elementary and Middle

  • Item Types: Matching, Open Answer 

  • Description: Students will learn the History of the International Day of Sign Language. This reading comprehension piece informs the students of what sign language is, the first people who used it, and how it came to the United States. Students will then be asked questions based on the reading. This is great to pair with the activity below!

  • Link: https://app.teachermade.com/s/kkjIjmZKSTmzLQMdi-ezdA/


  • Sign Language Activity 








 Pro Tips: 


Students Can Check Answers Before Submitting

You requested and we listened! Students can now check their answers before submitting their work for a final score. On each assignment, you can choose how many times your students are allowed to check their answers before submission! 


How to Enable the Check Answers Feature for Students:





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Archiving Assignments ✔️

You can now Archive Assignments. By archiving assignments, you are putting them in another folder where you can easily access or ‘restore’ them to TeacherMade. This is especially powerful for Teachers who want to transition from last year’s assignments and submissions to a new year. 


*The old work will still be there and be and be easily accessible, but you will be able to start the year with a clean slate!


Enjoy! 

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