Digital Skills: Developing Online Assessment Skills in Everyday Classroom Activities Western Reserve Public Media
 
Text Editing Skills Text Editing
 
In addition to keyboarding students will need to be comfortable using the mouse and online text editor to select/deselect text, highlight, delete and make other basic word processing edits. Students will need to be able to recognize a table and how to enter information.
Elementary
 

Conserving Resources

Creating Timelines

Determining Main Idea and Supporting Details

Inherited Traits and Learned Behaviors

The Underground Railroad

Middle School
 

Active Reading with INSERT (Google Docs)

Character Changes

Citing Textual Evidence

Contribution to Text

Cookie Mining

Daily Journaling to Improve Keyboarding Skills

Determining Main Idea and Supporting Details

Developing a Research Question

The Future is Kind of a Big Deal

The Language of Standardized Tests

Less Memorizing, More Learning!

Online Reading Skills using Google Forms

Parts of a Plot

Research Basics Handbook

Tracing an Argument

Using Infographics to Present Research

High School
 

African Imperialism and Map Analysis

Applying Real-World Research to Support Literary Themes – Solving Fictional Problems with Real-World Solutions

Axis Aggression Timeline

“Back in Time” A Time Traveler's Journal

“Back in the USSR” The Fears of the Cold War

“Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy” Understanding the Propaganda of World War II

Citing Textual Evidence

Cookie Mining

Determining Main Idea and Supporting Details

Developing a Research Question

“Don’t Tread on Me” The American Revolution—Why Does it Matter?

“Edge of a Revolution”

The Enlightenment Meets Social Media

The Future is Kind of a Big Deal

Imperialism Key Terms Quizlet

“Liberty, Equality, Fraternity, or Death” Why Does The American Matter?

Literary Instagram

London Blitz/Battle of Britain Document Analysis

M.A.I.N. Causes of World War I Infographic

Macbeth on Trial

Mood Disorders Public Awareness Posters

Nationalism in the Real World

Research Basics Handbook

“Royals” Imperialism

“So You Say You Want a Revolution?”

Testing Gladwell’s Outliers Theories

Treaty of Versailles: Goals vs. Reality

“Tug of War” World War I

Using Infographics to Present Research

Using Non-fiction Signposts and Close Reading to Identify and Analyze Common Themes Across Multiple Texts

“War, What is it Good For?” World War I

“We Didn’t Start the Fire” The Fears of the Cold War

We Need a Hero

“What’s Going On?”

“Won’t Get Fooled Again” The Articles vs. The Constitution

World War Two Early Events Recap

“You Belong to Me” Imperialism

“You Gotta Fight for Your Rights!”

 

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