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PreviewEnglish Language Arts: Language and Conventions
Description: Test release questions to see what your students know about the rules of language and conventions. From punctuation to spelling and grammar, this interactivity has it all! This twenty-question interactivity is a great way to assess your students at the beginning of the year.
Recommended Grade Range: Grades 3 - 5
Question Types: Dropdown, Open Ended, Short Answer, Multiple Choice, Checkboxes, True/False
This activity is a formative assessment of 20 math short answers designed to measure the Common Core Math standard 7.EE.A.1 – Combining Like Terms in Algebraic Expressions. The difficulty of the activity is Level 2 (Developing the Skill).
Description: Need to review parts of speech (nouns, verbs, and adjectives) with your students? This is a fun and creative way for them to show what they know! Students will write the correct part of speech on the line to fill in the reading passage. They can get as silly or scary as they would like! They love sharing them with their peers, so it’s a great way to boost participation, too!
Description:On this interactivity, students will unscramble Halloween vocabulary. This is a great activity for students to work with their peers! All students love a challenge, and this worksheet definitely gives them one!
Description: Have you ever wondered where Halloween originated from? Students will read a brief passage about the History of Halloween and traditions that exist today. After, they will answer four short questions to assess their reading comprehension.
ELA/SS/Science: Dia de Los Muertos y Mariposas Monarca
Description: This fascinating informational reading passage and question set introduces students to the unique Mexican day of remembrance and how monarch butterflies factor into its origins. It includes a step-by-step set of instructions for planting milkweed right now!
Grade: High School Level
Item Types: Short Answer, Drop Down, Multi-Select, Hot Spot, True/False, Open Answer
In the past, the Assignment view in My Worksheets would show you EVERY assigned activity from the beginning of time. For many of you, that now means waiting 10 seconds or more for this long list to load. Not anymore!
The new Assignment view now limits the list to those TeacherMades that have been assigned and had submissions in the last 30 days-- essentially just displaying your active assignments. It's a shorter, more meaningful list and a way to quickly check for any new submissions from your students. Check it out and see if it saves you any time while providing a better view into your worksheets.
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A raft of small UI Improvements and bug fixes, including a bug fix where questions with zero points had been displayed in feedback as incorrect.
Score points now displayed on the assignment detail screen on Google Classroom assignments. Helps teachers to understand how their scores are calculated in GC.