6th Grade Computers

June 6th:

  • Take the End of Year Survey
  • MaKey MaKey Controller Day - Create a controller for your Scratch project
  • Don't have a finished Scratch project? Finish the one you started OR check for a quick start idea in the MaKey MaKey Ideas Studio OR if just use one from these studios and create a controller:
  • Take a photo of your controller!
  • Play your project with your controller and then switch with someone and play with their project and controller!

May 26th & 30th:

  • Sign in to Google Classroom and check for comments on previously turned in assignments (012, 014 - just to read feedback, & 015) and fix anything that needs fixing. If you fix something, you must leave a comment that you have done so or the assignment will not be re-graded.
    • If you had previously started the Cybersecurity Lab but had not finished, make sure you read the comment from me on assignment 015 and respond as requested and Mark as Done.
  • Create with Scratch and MaKey MaKey

May 23rd:

  • Complete Cybersecurity Lab:
    1. Finish the Game. Watch this video on what you will do when you finish the game.
    2. Save your badge at the end of the game into your folder by right-clicking on the badge, selecting "Save Image As" and naming it 6th-YourFirstName-Cybersecurity
    3. Take Cyber-Video Quizzes
    4. View the HTML version of your Lab Report
    5. Print your Lab Report as a PDF saved in your folder as 6th-YourFirstName-CyberSecurity
    6. Sign in to Google Classroom and complete assignment 015 - Cybersecurity Lab Google Site post. Make sure you turn this in when done.
  • Sign in to Google Classroom and check for comments on previously turned in assignments and fix anything that needs fixing. If you fix something, you must leave a comment that you have done so or the assignment will not be re-graded.
  • Create with Scratch and MaKey MaKey

May 19th:

  • Complete Cybersecurity Lab:
    1. Finish the Game. Watch this video on what you will do when you finish the game.
    2. Save your badge at the end of the game into your folder by right-clicking on the badge, selecting "Save Image As" and naming it 6th-YourFirstName-Cybersecurity
    3. Take Cyber-Video Quizzes
    4. View the HTML version of your Lab Report
    5. Print your Lab Report as a PDF saved in your folder as 6th-YourFirstName-CyberSecurity
  • Sign in to Google Classroom
    • Check for comments on previously turned in assignments and fix anything that needs fixing.
    • Complete Assignment 015 - Cybersecurity Lab Google Site post. Make sure you turn this in when done.
  • Done, Mavis Beacon lessons with cover

May 16th:

  • Finish & turn in your Computing Pioneer Google Site post, if not done - this is the last day that you will have an opportunity to do this IN class
  • Complete Cybersecurity Lab:
    1. Finish the Game. Watch this video on what you will do when you finish the game.
    2. Save your badge at the end of the game into your folder by right-clicking on the badge, selecting "Save Image As" and naming it 6th-YourFirstName-Cybersecurity
    3. Take Cyber-Video Quizzes
    4. View the HTML version of your Lab Report
    5. Print your Lab Report as a PDF saved in your folder as 6th-YourFirstName-CyberSecurity
  • Done, Mavis Beacon lessons

May 12th:

  • Mavis Beacon lessons (no cover but proper technique) until timer sounds
  • Sign in to Google Classroom and check out your average scores and what your peers learned during your presentations
  • Karen, Larry, & Sarah Jane (Computing Pioneer Google Site Post)
    • Watch Computing Pioneer or Innovator Google Site Post video for an overview of what you want to do.
    • Sign in to Google Classroom and complete and turn in assignment 012.
    • If done, begin the Cybersecurity Lab:
      1. Log in - Sign in with Google and go to the Cybersecurity Lab. Watch this video on how to log in.
      2. Watch the Video Intro
      3. Play Game
      4. Save your badge when you are done as 6th-YourFirstName-Cybersecurity in your folder
      5. Take Cyber-Video Quizzes
      6. View the HTML version of your Lab Report
      7. Print your Lab Report as a PDF saved in your folder as 6th-YourFirstName-CyberSecurity
  • Hallie, Mariangel, & Alexis (Cybersecurity Lab)
    1. Watch video on logging in since this has been a problem.
    2. Complete Cybersecurity Lab:
      1. Finish the Game. Watch this video on what you will do when you finish the game.
      2. Save your badge at the end of the game into your folder by right-clicking on the badge, selecting "Save Image As" and naming it 6th-YourFirstName-Cybersecurity
      3. Take Cyber-Video Quizzes
      4. View the HTML version of your Lab Report
      5. Print your Lab Report as a PDF saved in your folder as 6th-YourFirstName-CyberSecurity

May 9th:

May 5th:

  • Mavis Beacon lessons with cover until timer expires
  • Sign in to Google Classroom and:
    • Open your Computing Pioneer/Innovator Research document (assignment 008) and the Computing Pioneer/Innovator Trading Cards Presentation (assignment 011)
    • Practice presenting about your Pioneer or Innovator:
      • Read your information and know it. You will need to make eye contact when presenting!
      • Click the Present button on the presentation, stand up, and practice.
      • Do NOT read the screen! You may make notes BUT you cannot read your notes when actually presenting.
      • Use some of the information on your research that is not on your trading card.
  • When you feel comfortable with your presentation (you can practice at home, too), continue with April 28th assignments

April 28th & May 2nd:

  • Karen & Larry (Trading Cards)
    • Watch Computing Pioneer or Innovator Trading Cards video for an overview of what you want to do.
    • Sign in to Google Classroom and:
      • Complete assignment 011 and leave a message for me on Google Classroom that you have completed this.
      • If done, complete and turn in assignment 012. If you are confused about how to create a Google Site post, check out Sarah Jane's video.
  • Sarah Jane (Computing Pioneer Google Site Post)
    • Watch Computing Pioneer or Innovator Google Site Post video for an overview of what you want to do.
    • Sign in to Google Classroom and complete and turn in assignment 012.
    • If done, begin the Cybersecurity Lab:
      1. Log in - Sign in with Google and go to the Cybersecurity Lab. Watch this video on how to log in.
      2. Watch the Video Intro
      3. Play Game
      4. Save your badge when you are done as 6th-YourFirstName-Cybersecurity in your folder
      5. Take Cyber-Video Quizzes
      6. View the HTML version of your Lab Report
      7. Print your Lab Report as a PDF saved in your folder as 6th-YourFirstName-CyberSecurity
  • Hallie, Mariangel, & Alexis (Cybersecurity Lab)
    • Watch video on logging in since this has been a problem.
    • Complete Cybersecurity Lab:
      1. Finish the Game. Watch this video on what you will do when you finish the game.
      2. Save your badge at the end of the game into your folder by right-clicking on the badge, selecting "Save Image As" and naming it 6th-YourFirstName-Cybersecurity
      3. Take Cyber-Video Quizzes
      4. View the HTML version of your Lab Report
      5. Print your Lab Report as a PDF saved in your folder as 6th-YourFirstName-CyberSecurity
    • Done? Complete lessons in Mavis Beacon with a keyboard cover for at least 10 minutes

April 18th - 25th:

  • Sign in to Google Classroom and:
    • Check for comments from me on assignment 008 and fix anything identified. Leave a comment on the Google Classroom assignment when you have completed the fixes.
      NOTE: You may need to fix something on this but there will be no grade adjustments since this was a Q3 grade.
    • Check for comments from me on assignment 011 and fix any problems identified.Leave a comment on the Google Classroom assignment when you have completed the fixes.
      NOTE: There will be no grade adjustments on this assignment because it was a Q3 grade but you are required to complete the assignment and do any fixes identified.
    • If you have previously completed assignment 012 and turned it in, check for comments from me on assignment 012, fix any problems identified, and add a comment to let me know you fixed the problems. If you have NOT previously completed assignment 012, do this assignment and turn it in. If you can't remember how to turn in a Google Site post, watch the tutorial.
  • Done? Complete Cybersecurity Lab:
    1. Watch the Video Intro
    2. Log in - Sign in with Google
    3. Play Game
    4. Take Cyber-Video Quizzes & Generate Lab Report

April 14th:

  • Sign in to Google Classroom and:
    • Check for comments from me on assignment 008. You may need to fix something on this but there will be no grade adjustments since this was a Q3 grade. Leave a comment on the Google Classroom assignment when you have completed the fixes.
    • Check for comments from me on assignment 011 and fix any problems identified. There will be no grade adjustments on this assignment because it was a Q3 grade but you are required to complete the assignment and do any fixes identified. Leave a comment on the Google Classroom assignment when you have completed the fixes.
    • Complete assignment 012. If you had previously turned this in, check in Google Classroom for comments from me. Add a comment to let me know you have fixed the problems. If you can't remember how to turn in a Google Site post, watch the tutorial.

April 10th:

April 4th & 7th:

  • Whole Class: What needs to be done this week
  • Sign in to Google Classroom and:
    • Check for comments from me on assignment 008. Fix and/or finish this and turn it in or add a reply to my comment so that I know you have addressed my concerns. If you have not turned this in, you MUST do so.
    • Fix and/or complete assignment 011. If you have a trading card, I have left comments on this assignment (or in the notes section of your trading card) for you. Please address them.
    • Complete assignment 012 or replace the trading card image on assignment 012 and turn this in. If you had previously turned this in, check in Google Classroom for comments from me. Add a comment to let me know you have fixed the problems. If you can't remember how to turn in a Google Site post, watch the tutorial.

March 14th & 17th:

  • Whole Class: What does it mean to research something? What does it mean to use more than one source?
  • Sign in to Google Classroom and:
    • Check for comments from me on assignment 008. Fix and/or finish this and resubmit it. Add a reply to my comment so that I know you have addressed my concerns.
    • Fix and/or complete assignment 011. If you have a trading card, I have left comments on this assignment (or in the notes section of your trading card) for you. Please address them.
    • Complete or replace the trading card image on assignment 012 and turn this in.
  • Lessons in Mavis Beacon, with cover, for at least 10 minutes. This means 10 minutes of lessons not 10 minutes of just looking at your screen.

March 10th:

  • Lessons in Mavis Beacon, with cover, until timer sounds
  • Sign in to Google Classroom and:
    • Complete and turn in assignment 008: Karen
    • Complete assignment 011 and Mark As Done: Alexis, Karen, Larry, Sarah Jane
    • Complete and turn in assignment 012
    • Done? Check for feedback from me on previously turned in work (assignment 008 and higher) and fix any problems identified. If you fix something, make sure to add a comment to the assignment so it will be regraded. Make sure to resolve all comments in your research document after you have fixed the problem.

February 29th - March 7th:

  • Sign in to Google Classroom and:
    • Complete and turn in assignment 008: Karen, Larry, Sarah Jane
    • Work on assignment 011 - Computing Pioneer/Innovator Trading Card. Remember that trading cards should emphasize the key points about a person and should convince people that this person deserves to be on a trading card. Your card must include the following in the order that you feel is best:
      • Full Name of your Computing Pioneer/Innovator
      • Brief "key point" about their professional life
      • Birth & death (if applicable) dates
      • Degrees earned - what, where, & when
      • Marriage information - who, when. If many marriages, include just how many and the detailed information about the last/current marriage.
        (Optionally can include names of children and/or just how many children)
      • Information about WHY they are a pioneer or innovator
      • Interesting facts
        You must paste your correct and complete Works Cited page into the notes section of the slide.
    • Done? Work on assignment 012 - Computing Pioneer/Innovator Google Site Post
    • Done? Check for feedback from me on previously turned in work and fix any problems identified. If you fix something, make sure to add a comment to the assignment so it will be regraded.
  • Done? Lessons in Mavis Beacon, with cover

February 22nd - 25th:

  • Lessons in Mavis Beacon, with cover, until timer sounds
  • If you have not done so, share your favorite Catalina Memories
  • Sign in to Google Classroom and:
    • Complete and turn in assignment 010
    • Complete and turn in assignment 008
    • Work on assignment 011 - Computing Pioneer/Innovator Trading Card.

February 18th:

  • Lessons in Mavis Beacon, with cover, until timer sounds
  • Share your Catalina Memories
  • Sign in to Google Classroom and:
    • Complete and turn in assignment 010 which should include:
      • Include what you did to create apps in Bitsbox.
      • Download a screenshot of your FAVORITE app (or apps, if you have more than one) and add it to the page.
      • Get the link for your app and link the screenshot to your actual app.
      • Include how you felt about coding this way, using actual code rather than dragging blocks and why. Was it easier or more difficult than block-based coding? Why? What kind of app would you like to be able to create if you could make anything?
    • Complete and turn in assignment 008:
      • You must use MLA Formatting for this document. You probably should make sure the font and spacing are correct on the entire document right at the end before you turn it in.
      • Title should be the full name of your Pioneer/Innovator of Computing
      • You are required to have MLA formatted footnotes for your sources by using the Cite option in the Research tool
      • You are required to have a Works Cited page - use Easy Bib for this and make sure you fill in any missing information
      • You must use at least 3 different sources of information - 1 of the sources can be for your photo
      • Make sure to include all of the required information in your document. Do not copy and paste information or just re-type exactly what you find on a website (other than names and dates) - that is plagiarism!
      • You should spend most of your time figuring out "why" your person is a computing pioneer or innovator. This is the most important part and you should understand what they have done for computing.
      • Include a picture of your person - preferably in landscape so it will fit nicely on a trading card

February 4th:

  • If not done, finish and turn in assignment 011 - Q2 Keyboarding Speed Tests on Google Classroom
  • If done with assignment 011 (Q2 Speed Tests), lessons in Mavis Beacon, with cover, until timer sounds.
  • Sign in to Google Classroom and add a Google Site post about Bitsbox in the 3rd Quarter and turn in (assignment 010) in Google Classroom:
    • Include what you did to create apps in Bitsbox.
    • Download a screenshot of your FAVORITE app (or apps, if you have more than one) and add it to the page.
    • Get the link for your app and link the screenshot to your actual app.
    • Include how you felt about coding this way, using actual code rather than dragging blocks and why. Was it easier or more difficult than block-based coding? Why? What kind of app would you like to be able to create if you could make anything?

January 28th:

  • Lessons in Mavis Beacon, with cover, until timer sounds
  • If not done, finish and turn in assignment 011 - Q2 Keyboarding Speed Tests on Google Classroom
  • Create apps using Bitsbox - Make sure to Sign In so your work is saved. If done with all apps, add a Google Site post about this in the 3rd Quarter and turn in (assignment 010) in Google Classroom:
    • Include what you did to create apps in Bitsbox.
    • Download a screenshot of your FAVORITE app (or apps, if you have more than one) and add it to the page.
    • Get the link for your app and link the screenshot to your actual app.
    • Include how you felt about coding this way, using actual code rather than dragging blocks and why. Was it easier or more difficult than block-based coding? Why? What kind of app would you like to be able to create if you could make anything?

January 25th:

  • Complete assignment 011 - Q2 Keyboarding Speed Tests
  • Done? Lessons in Mavis Beacon

January 21st:

  • Sign in to Google Classroom and:
    • Finish and turn in assignment 009, if you have not done so. Make sure to check my comments and include the fixes for anything I have identified before you turn in your post.
    • Check my comments on assignments 007 and 009. Fix any problems that I have identified. Add a private comment (you must open the assignment to do this) if you have fixed anything letting me know that you have done so or your work will not be re-graded.
  • Lessons in Mavis Beacon for 10 minutes
  • Create apps using Bitsbox - Make sure to Sign In so your work is saved.

January 11th & 14th:

  • Whole Class: Bitsbox
  • Whole Class: Using EasyBib to create a Works Cited page
  • Finish & turn in assignment 009 in Google Classroom
  • Finish your Pioneer/Innovator of Computing research including your Works Cited page and turn in assignment 008 in Google Classroom
  • Lessons in Mavis Beacon for 10 minutes
  • Create apps using Bitsbox - Make sure to Sign In so your work is saved.

January 4th - 7th:

  • Sign in to Google Classroom and add and turn in a Google Site post for the Hour of Code Scratch Debugging (assignment 009). This post should include:
    • A written explanation of what you and your partner did for this assignment. Make sure to include where you debugged the code which was in Scratch (and a text link to the Scratch website which is at http://scratch.mit.edu). Also include how you documented your fixes which was using Google Slides but provide details of what you did.
    • Your Debugging Presentation - use Insert / Drive / Presentation (in the toolbar on your screen) to find this. You may optionally include a picture of the "bugs" drawn on the board, if you wish - use Insert / Drive / Image (in the toolbar on your screen) to find this.
    • A reflection on this assignment which should include which was the easiest Debug-It for you and your partner to solve and which was the most difficult and/or which took the longest. Include why you think you found them easy and/or difficult or why you think they took the longest. Also include, how you felt about the assignment and why. This could include how you felt about working with a partner on this.
  • If done, complete your Pioneer/Innovator of Computing research
  • Lessons in Mavis Beacon

December 10th - 17th:

November 30th - December 7th:

  • Whole Class: Introduction to Pioneers/Innovators of Computing Research assignment
    • Review of where to find MLA Formatting information
    • How to use Research Tool in Google Docs
  • Pioneer/Innovator Assignments:
    • Alexis - Ada Lovelace
    • Hallie - Marissa Ann Mayer
    • Karen - Douglas Engelbart
    • Larry - Tim Berners-Lee
      • Thisis a good video about your Computing Pioneer
    • Mariangel - Hedy Lamarr
      • Thisis a good video about your Computing Pioneer
    • Sarah Jane - Frances Elizabeth Holberton
  • Sign in to Google Classroom and work on assignment 008:
    • Use the Google Doc provided for your research:
      • You must use MLA Formatting for this document. You probably should make sure the font and spacing are correct on the entire document right at the end before you turn it in.
      • Title should be the full name of your Pioneer/Innovator of Computing
      • You are required to have MLA formatted footnotes for your sources by using the Cite option in the Research tool
      • You are required to have a Works Cited page - use Easy Bib for this and make sure you fill in any missing information
      • You must use at least 3 different sources of information - 1 of the sources can be for your photo
      • Make sure to include all of the required information in your document. Do not copy and paste information or just re-type exactly what you find on a website (other than names and dates) - that is plagiarism!
      • You should spend most of your time figuring out "why" your person is a computing pioneer or innovator. This is the most important part and you should understand what they have done for computing.
      • Include a picture of your person - preferably in landscape so it will fit nicely on a trading card

November 19th & 23rd:

November 16th:

November 9th & 12th:

  • Whole Class: Adding posts for work to your Google Site
  • Keyboarding: Finish Assignment 006, if not done - see November 2nd OR Lessons in Mavis Beacon
  • Google Sites:
    • Assignment 005 in Google Classroom:
      • Edit your About Page on your Google Site to reflect you NOW
      • Go to Manage Site (under gear) and make sure that Site Categories is stm2018 - this should NOT be the title of your site!!
      • Edit your 6th Grade page (do not add a new post - just edit the page) and add a paragraph of your hopes and dreams for the year (not just about Computer Class): what do you hope will happen this year, what do you most want to learn, etc. Make sure that someone who just visits your site would understand what this paragraph is.
      • Turn in assignment 005 in Google Classroom by ADDing a link to your 6th Grade page and then clicking on Turn In
    • If you have finished assignment 005, you may edit the look & feel of your site. Ciick on the Gear at the top of a page on your site, select Manage Site and then go to the Themes, Colors, and Fonts section.
    • Assignment 007 in Google Classroom:
      • Go to your 6th Grade/Quarter 1 page and add a new post for your Self-Portrait & Peanuts Avatar
      • This post needs to include the following:
        • Information about how your created your avatar including the name of the program you used - Paint.NET (it must be spelled this way!).
        • Your best hint or tip about Paint.NET
        • Your self-portrait - Use Insert / Image to add this into the post
        • Information about how you created your Peanuts avatar on the Peanutize Me site. This needs to include a text link to the site!
        • Your downloaded Peanuts Profile Picture - Use Insert / Image to add this into the post.
        • A short reflection on this assignment including what you liked and/or didn't like about it and why. Remember, "it was easy" or "it was fun" is NOT valid as a why.

November 5th:

  • Whole Class: Google Sites Reminders & Tips
  • Finish Assignment 007, if not done - see November 2nd
  • Google Sites:
    • Edit your About Page on your Google Site to reflect you NOW
    • Go to Manage Site (under gear) and make sure that Site Categories is stm2018 - this should NOT be the title of your site!!
    • Edit your 6th Grade page (do not add a new post - just edit the page) and add a paragraph of your hopes and dreams for the year (not just about Computer Class): what do you hope will happen this year, what do you most want to learn, etc. Make sure that someone who just visits your site would understand what this paragraph is.
    • Turn in assignment 005 in Google Classroom by ADDing a link to your 6th Grade page and then clicking on Turn In
    • If you have finished assignment 005, you may edit the look & feel of your site. Ciick on the Gear at the top of a page on your site, select Manage Site and then go to the Themes, Colors, and Fonts section.

November 2nd:

  • Sign in to Google Classroom and:
    • Complete assignment 004 - Self-Portrait, if not done:
      • Finish & turn in the PNG version of your self-portrait
      • Create Peanuts avatar & download into your folder (Profile Picture) as 6th-Name-Peanuts
      • Go to Settings (located in Classroom Main Menu) and set your profile picture to either your self-portrait or your Peanuts avatar. Make sure to crop in to the head portion because the image is small.
    • Complete assignment 007 - Q1 Keyboarding Speed Tests

October 29th:

October 19th - 26th:

  • Whole Class: Not done with previous work? Will need to come in next week during Study Hall(s) to finish or do it at home. Quarter ends next week.
  • Whole Class: Reminders on Paint.net
  • Complete your self-portrait in Paint.NET:
    • NO FLOATING HEADS.
    • Save your self-portrait as 6th-YourName-Portrait in your folder (ask how to create this when you save!) as a PDN image.
    • If you would like a template, you can download one here ; make sure you save this in your folder. Add a new layer to draw your features and then erase guidelines from the template
  • Turn in your Self-Portrait (Assignment #004) in Google Classroom
  • Create Peanuts avatar & download into your folder (Profile Picture) as 6th-Name-Peanuts
  • Google Classroom
    • Go to Settings (located in Classroom Main Menu) and set your profile picture to either your self-portrait or your Peanuts avatar. Make sure to crop in to the head portion because the image is small.
  • If done, lessons in Mavis Beacon with cover for at least 15 minutes
  • Done with everything? When You Are Done activities or Keyboarding Games (online or in Mavis Beacon)

October 15th:

  • Continue working on Self-Portrait

October 12th:

  • DAR Essay in Google Classroom:
    • Formatting: Margins, Font, Paragraph Spacing, Header
    • Bibliography using EasyBib
    • Word Count Review?

October 8th:

  • Whole Class: Where are we?
  • Whole Class: Next Steps: Self-Portrait & Peanutize Yourself
  • If you are not finished with assignments 002 Science Lab Format & 003 Folders Setup, finish those and turn them in
  • Use Paint.NET to draw a head & shoulders self-portrait:
    • NO FLOATING HEADS.
    • Save your self-portrait as 6th-YourName-Portrait in your folder (ask how to create this when you save!) as a PDN image.
    • If you would like a template, you can download one here ; make sure you save this in your folder. Add a new layer to draw your features and then erase guidelines from the template
  • Turn in your Self-Portrait (Assignment #004) in Google Classroom
  • Create Peanuts avatar & download into your folder (Profile Picture) as 6th-Name-Peanuts
  • Google Classroom
    • Go to Settings (located in Classroom Main Menu) and set your profile picture to either your self-portrait or your Peanuts avatar. Make sure to crop in to the head portion because the image is small.

October 5th:

  • Go to Google Classroom and:
    • Check settings (under 3-line menu) and make sure that "send email notifications" is not checked!
    • Open DAR Essay from 6th Grade Language Arts class
      • Add Word Count - Select your actual essay (NOT your title page) and go to Tools / Word Count
      • How to use EasyBib.com and limitations of free account
      • How to find additional information that should be included: Authors, Dates, Publishers, etc.
      • Adding your Bibliography page
      • If you have comments/suggestions from Mrs. H, read these and correct
    • Continue working on any assignments that are NOT done in your 6th Grade Computer class
  • Keyboarding Lessons (with cover) in Mavis Beacon

September 28th & October 1st:

  • Whole Class: Adding a heading to the 2nd page of your Science Lab
  • Whole Class: Creating & Sharing Folders in Google Drive
  • Sign in to Google Classroom
    • If not done, finish and turn in the sample Science Lab assignment.
    • If you finished & turned in the Science Lab last class, check your grade. If not 25/25, fix any problems and resubmit.
    • Check your grade on assignment 001 - if not 25/25, please correct & resubmit.
    • Complete assignment 003 - 2015-16 Folders Creation in Google Drive & turn in.
  • Complete 10 minutes of lessons in Mavis Beacon with cover
  • When You Are Done Activities or Keyboarding Games:

September 24th:

  • Mavis Beacon Lessons with cover until timer sounds
  • Sign in to Google Classroom & finish and turn in the sample Science Lab assignment
  • Keyboarding Lessons or Games:

September 21st:

  • Whole Class: Science Lab Format Instructions
  • Create and turn in a sample Science Lab using Google Docs

September 17th:

  • Finish Keyboarding Speed Tests & turn in on Google Classroom (see September 10th)
  • Keyboarding Lessons in Mavis Beacon with cover

September 14th:

  • Whole Class: Finish Google Classroom Overview
    • Questions from this morning
    • Cover sheet completion
    • How to do Word Count
    • Essay Header - Last Name / Page Number
    • EasyBib Add-on
    • How to "fix" corrections from teacher
  • Check your grades on Engrade - Link under Resources on right
  • Finish Keyboarding Speed Tests (see September 10th)

September 10th:

  • Whole Class: Google Classroom:
    • Open Google Drive
    • Join 2015-16 6th Grade Computers as a student
    • Join 2015-16 6th Grade English as a student
    • What's new in Google Drive?
    • Go to the assignment: 001 Keyboarding Speed Tests and OPEN the Speed Tests Google Sheet.
    • Now what's new in Google Drive?
  • Keyboarding Speed Tests:

September 3rd:

Resources You May Need:
Tutorials:

When You Are Done:
Keyboarding Games
Just For Fun