Tip Sheet #3 Vol. II September 27, 2022

Tuesday Tip Sheet #3 - September 27, 2022

September 29, 2022

Month of October 

September is wrapping up, and we wanted to give you a few resources to teach your students all about World Heart Day! Students need to be taking care of their bodies as well as their minds, and World Heart Day is a perfect time to remind them how to do so! 

And October isn’t just for Halloween celebrations; it's also National Energy Month. Throughout this month we will be providing you with resources to teach students how to save energy starting with a reading passage about National Walk to School Day on October 5th! 



World Heart Day

  • What is World Heart Day?

  • Subject: English Language Arts 

  • Grade: Elementary & Middle

  • Item Types: Multiple Choice, Multiselect, Short Answer, Drag and Drop, Open Answer

  • Description: Students will learn why World Heart Day was created, why the heart is so important, and ways they can keep a healthy heart! After the reading, they will demonstrate their comprehension by answering the questions.

  • Testing Your Heart Rate 

  • Subject: Science/Mathematics 

  • Grade: All Grade Levels 

  • Item Types: Short Answer, Open Answer

  • Description: Test your heart rate! Students will record their heart rate for ten seconds when completing different activities. They will then multiply their answer by six to find out how many times their heart beats per minute. When they are done they will reflect on what they learned in the activity. 

  • Heart Anatomy 

  • Subject: Science 

  • Grade: High School 

  • Item Types: Drag and Drop 

  • Description: Students will label the parts of the heart.

National Energy Awareness Month 

  • International Walk to School Day

  • Subject: English Language Arts 

  • Grade: Upper Elementary and Middle

  • Item Types: Drag and Drop, True/False, Open Answer 

  • Description: Students will learn the history of International Walk to School Day. This reading comprehension piece informs the students of how International Walk to School Day came to America, and why we have this day around the world! After reading, they will answer comprehension questions based on the article including dragging and dropping dates on a timeline.

  • Three Ways to Save Energy 

  • Subject: English Language Arts & Science

  • Grade: All Grade Levels 

  • Item Types: Open Answer, Student Image 

  • Description: Students will write three ways in which they will save energy this month. They will draw or add an image to represent their goal. At the end of the month, they can reopen the activity and reflect on whether they met their energy conservation goals! 

-----Pro Tips-----

Assignment Detail Screen

Immediately after assigning a worksheet, you will be brought to the Assignment Detail Screen. On this screen you can monitor your students in real time while they are working on an assignment. This is beneficial if you notice a child is not engaged and time on task has passed and/or they are receiving a low score. You are also able to see if students need reteaching in real time!

Review Submission Screen

After clicking on ‘Review Submissions’ on the previous screen, this screen will appear. On this screen you can review your students' work. On the left-hand side you will see student information and grading options.

Score the Assignment 

Score type :

There are three ways in which you can grade a TeacherMade assignment. 

  1. Auto - is the auto-scoring grade in which TeacherMade gives to your students after they submit their worksheets.

  1. Auto + Teacher - allows the teacher to override the final score of the assignment by adding or removing points to both the total possible score or the total achieved by the student.

 Note: Changing the total possible only affects the score for the one assignment, not for the assignment as a whole. 

  • This is great to use for: 

    • Extra Credit 

    • Giving points for work shown 

  1. Custom - this is strictly where you give the student a score based on performance.

  • Final Score: TeacherMade will calculate the final score the student receives.


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