Tip Sheet #13 - January 3, 2023

TeacherMade 2.0 is here! 

What is it exactly? 

The best way to describe it is...

if Google Slides and Google Forms had a baby, 

it would be TeacherMade 2.0!

We can't wait for you to try it! 

We've included activities below that 

showcase some of its capabilities! 

Read about all the newly released features here: https://support.teachermade.com/en/support/solutions/articles/72000592293-january-2nd-2023-happy-new-teachermade-2-0-

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TeacherMade 2.0 - 

New Slide View Activities 

Now you can combine your Google Slides with practice activities and comprehension checks. Many of our Beta Testers have called it a game-changer!! See what you think by viewing the activities below. 

For a Tutorial, click here to visit the 

Getting Started area in the Help Center.

Math: Analog and Digital Clocks

Math: Trigonometric Ratios

ELA: Pearson "My Perspectives" Unit I Lesson and Comp Check

  • Description: Students will create an acrostic poem based on their goals for the New Year. They will then record themselves reading it, and add a picture to represent their poetry. These are perfect to print and have the students recite for their classmates or even parents! 

  • Grade:  Grade 8 (all middle grades)

  • Item Types: Matching, Short Answer, Dropdown, Embedded Video

  • Link: https://app.teachermade.com/s/QjD6N9WnTr2Gm_Az0xOoww/

ELA: Mahatma Gandhi and Dr. King: Peaceful Warriors

  • Description: Short reading passage including a table, video, and audio that focuses on Gandhi's influence on Dr. King. 

  • Grade: Middle to High School

  • Item Types: Short Answer, Multiple Choice, T/F, Dropdown, MultiSelect

  • Link: https://app.teachermade.com/s/gMOFfE2fSfGGW2gJ5K4-hA/

Would you like to see a quick video overview of TeacherMade 2.0? 

TeacherMade Kate has made one for us!

For Last Week's Tip Sheet, Click Here


TeacherMade Content Library - Elementary Activities

ELA: Winter Counts

  • Description: This is a practice activity for the newly redesigned STAAR test of Reading and Language Arts.
  • Recommended Grade Range: Intended for grade 5, but can be used with grades 4 - 7. 
  • Question Types: Multiple Choice, Multiselect, Drop Down, Short Answer
  • Click Here: Winter Counts 

Science/Health:  Parts of the Body 

  • Description: Students will label parts of the human body. Great to use with a science or health lesson. 
  • Recommended Grade Range: Elementary School Grade Range
  • Question Types: Multiple Choice 
  • Click Here: Parts of the Body

TeacherMade Content Library - Middle School Activities

        Science: Phase Change  - TeacherMade Content Library

  • Description: In this science activity students will label the correct Phase Change.
  • Recommended Grade Range: Designed for Middle School or High School grade range. Can be used in Science or Chemistry 
  • Question Types: Drag and Drop 
  • Click Here: Phase Change

Math:  Converting Written Words to Algebraic Expressions and Equations Level 1a 6eea2a

TeacherMade Content Library - High School Activities

ELA: The Boston Girl/Sybil Ludington's Ride

  • Description:  This is a practice activity for the newly redesigned STAAR test for English I that incorporated new question types. There are two selections in this activity. They are entitled, "The Boston Girl," and "Sybil Ludington's Ride." The genre of the selections are Fiction/Poetry, and they are Paired Passages.
  • Question Types: Multiple Choice, Drop Down, Multiselect 
  • Recommended Grade RangeIntended for the high school course English I, but can be used with any high school reading level. 
  • Click Here: The Boston Girl/Sybil Ludington's Ride

Science: The Lytic Cycle

  • Description: In this activity students will drag the stage of the lytic cycle to the correct place on the diagram.
  • Question Types: Drag and Drop 
  • Recommended Grade RangeThis worksheet is designed for High School grade range. It is perfect to use in Biology class.
  • Click Here: The Lytic Cycle 

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