Hortonville Area School District - Penelope Miller - Communication Calendar http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/events_rss.cfm?detailid=100157 Hortonville Area School District - Penelope Miller - Communication Calendar en-us Extended Help C118 Open Lab 3:15-4:15 - January 16, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=308309&memberid=134 Please join us today for the Extended Help Open Lab in the C118 computer lab from 3:15 to 4:15 p.m.
 
Make sure that you have already turned in the signed parent permission slip pictured and attached below.
 
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Tue, 16 Jan 2018
5-1, 5-3 Communication: Twalkers - January 16, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=308884&memberid=134
Communication: Twalkers - Digital Citizenship Unit
 
• I can understand that cell phones are powerful, convenient tools for communication.
 
• I can identify situations in which using cell phones can be rude, distracting, or dangerous.
 
• I can reflect on the benefits of focusing on one task at a time.
 

Essential Question:

How can using a cell phone distract you?

 


 

Lesson Objectives:

Students learn why it is important to avoid multitasking with a cell phone and consider the benefits of focusing on one task at a time.

 
 

Key Vocabulary:

Distract
Multitask
Distract means to make it hard for someone to give their full attention to something.
  Multitask means to attempt to do more than one thing at a time.
 

Think About 1:

 

While owning a cell phone provides people with many benefits, one of the downsides is that using cell phones can be distracting.
 
 
 
Think About 2:
 
Multitasking with a cell phone not only can put people’s safety at risk, as the commercial you will watch in Edmodo shows, but it also can annoy people around them.
 
 
 
Think About 3:
 
Cell phones can distract people from completing important tasks and not only jeopardize their own safety but also the safety of others.

 


♦Complete the following student learning tasks in order in your Edmodo Small 5-# Group:

 
1) Watch the Edmodo "Chicken" Video:
 
In your Edmodo 5-# Small Group, click the blue "Chicken" Commercial for Safe Kids USA link to watch the Chicken commercial.
 

 
Then click the Recommended Settings radio button and then the Finish box:
 
2) Answer the TWO Edmodo Polls:
After you watch the video, scroll up to answer the two poll questions in Edmodo using what you learned and observed in the commercial:
 
1. Why did the chicken in the video cross the road with such disastrous results?
2. What three distractions did Jennette McCurdy name at the end of the commercial?
 

Digital Passport Learning Games:

 
 
Digital Passport, created by Common Sense Media, is an online game-based learning environment that teaches fifth grade students how to stay safe and be responsible while using their digital devices. Digital Passport includes interactive games, instructional videos, and classroom activities that explore essential topics of online safety, digital citizenship, and responsible content creation.
 
Students earn badges as they complete each learning module. After earning a lesson badge, a student unlocks the associated “Expert Zone” which contains an advanced mission to complete. Students earn their Digital Passport after they have completed all lessons and earned all module badges.
 

 
 
3) Play and learn in the Digital Passport Twalkers Game:
 
Now log in to your Digital Passport account and play the entire Twalkers Game.
1. Click on the Digital Passport Link.
2. Use the Student Login.
3. Type your school username and password and then click Login to begin. (Try hms123 only if your password does not work.)
4. Follow the prompts to choose an avatar and color.
5. Continue on to complete the Safe Password Activity.
(Read ALL instructions carefully and follow the prompts to type PASSWORD, WORD, WORD12, WORD12!)
4. Then click Play the Twalkers Game.
5. Work until you earn your blue Twalkers badge.
 
 
 

4) AFTER you earn your Twalkers blue badge, complete your Communication Mission:

Communication Mission:

Next work by yourself or with one or two partners seated directly next to you to create a fictitious phone app that raises awareness about safe and responsible cell phone usage.
 
Click and download the Communication Mission PDF file individually or with your partner(s). In Internet Explorer, click the top left corner of the screen, click FILE > Save AS > THIS PC > NETWORK B: DRIVE (WITH YOUR NAME) > !5_GRADE FOLDER > !Dig_Lit FOLDER and SAVE.
 
In Microsoft Edge, RIGHT CLICK and select SAVE AS > THIS PC > NETWORK B: DRIVE (WITH YOUR NAME) > !5_GRADE FOLDER > !Dig_Lit FOLDER and SAVE.
 
 
Name the file correctly. Example: Communication_Mission.
 

Save your finalized Communication_Mission to your Network B: Drive > Fifth Grade_ > Digital Literacy Folder.

 

UPLOAD the file to your Office 365 OneDrive Dig Lit Folder.

 

RIGHT CLICK and SHARE your file with Ms. Miller.

 


5) Complete the Edmodo Twalkers Reflect Assignment:

 
♦After you have finished your Communication Mission, individually complete and submit the 2 Communication: Twalkers - Reflect Assignment in your Edmodo Small 5-# Group.
 
1. How can cell phones distract you from being polite to others?
2. How can cell phones distract you from being safe?
3. How can cell phones distract you from focusing on important things?
 
 
♦Read and follow the instructions posted in your Edmodo 5-# Group.
 
♦Click OPEN ASSIGNMENT.
 
♦Click CREATE and select TEXT RESPONSE.
 
♦Click in the box and type your answers in complete, correct, numbered sentences.
 
1. Cell phones can distract me from being polite to others by ...
2. Cell phones can distract me from being safe by ...
3. Cell phones can distract me from focusing on important things by ...
 
♦Click the blue TURN IN ASSIGNMENT and TURN IN buttons to submit your assignment for grading.
 

 
6) Individually take the final Edmodo Twalkers Quiz:
 
Assessment of Learning:
 
After you have finished the 2 Communication: Twalkers - Reflect Assignment, individually take the 3 Communication: Twalkers QUIZ in your Edmodo Small 5-# Group.
 

 
♦Learn at Home:
 

 

Curriculum Attribution: All of our fifth grade digital citizenship lessons are adapted directly from Digital Passport and Common Sense Media • Education, an exemplary non-profit organization committed to educating and empowering students, teachers, and parents with essential digital literacy, media, and technology skills.
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Tue, 16 Jan 2018
6-1, 6-2 FINAL DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP & KEYBOARDING ASSESSMENTS - January 16, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=308898&memberid=134
Digital Citizenship FINAL ASSESSMENTS
 

• I can explain the 24/7, social nature of modern digital media.

• I can use digital media responsibly to foster relationships.

• I can conduct varied, effective, and efficient online searches.

• I can guard myself against phishing, scams, and identity theft.
• I can report cyberbullying and empathize with others online.
• I can understand how copyright protects rights and creative work.
 

1) Study carefully ALL Sixth Grade Digital Citizenship Unit Vocabulary terms and definitions in Quizlet.

 

Be sure to study Flashcards and play the Match game to practice first.

 

 

Earn 80-100% on the 20 Term Quizlet Matching Test:

 

 

Take a screenshot of the entire 100% Quizlet Matching Test score screen.

 

Save your finalized Vocabulary_Quizlet_6_Score to your Network B: Drive Digital Literacy Folder.
 

UPLOAD the file to your Office 365 OneDrive Dig Lit Folder.

 

RIGHT CLICK and SHARE your file with Ms. Miller.

 

 


 

 
 

Your First Name Box: Type your first name.

 

Example: Penelope

 

Use the Snipping Tool to take a screenshot of your entire score screen.

 

 

Save your finalized Final_Digital_Citizenship_6_Assessment_Score to your Network B: Drive Digital Literacy Folder.

 

UPLOAD the file to your Office 365 OneDrive Dig Lit Folder.

 

RIGHT CLICK and SHARE your file with Ms. Miller.

 


 
4) Take the FINAL DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP 6 ASSESSMENT directly in MASTERY CONNECT. USE TEST ID: # and YOUR STUDENT ID #.  
 
OR
 
Log in to Mastery Connect. Click our *6 Miller Digital Literacy 1 SEM class and START ASSESSMENT

♦GRADE 6 Keyboarding Assessment Instructions:
 
♦DO NOT OPEN TYPING PAL UNTIL YOU ARE INSTRUCTED TO DO SO. YOU MUST USE A COVER THE ENTIRE TIME YOU ARE IN TYPING PAL TODAY.
 

 
1) Take the ONE MINUTE TEST:
 

♦Log in to TypingPal using the following information:

 

Network Username: firstlastname

Example: penelopemiller

YOUR School Password

 
1) Click the Learn Tab.
 
 
 

2) Place a cover over your keyboard immediately.

Attempting to remove the keyboard cover or to look under or over the keyboard cover will automatically result in a zero score and place you in to the HHS Keyboarding course.

 
3) Scroll down to view the One Minute Test Options.
 
4) Click the ONE MINUTE TEST and take the entire test.
 
[FYI ONLY - STUDENTS MUST SCORE 25 WPM or faster with 90% ACCURACY OR HIGHER in order to pass the HHS keyboarding assessment NEXT YEAR.]
 

 
2) SCREENSHOT YOUR ENTIRE SCORE SCREEN:
 
 
 
 
1) Open the Snipping Tool (Scissors icon) from the lower left Start Menu Windows icon or your bottom black task bar.
 
 
2) Click New and drag the cursor + sign to the top left corner of your screen until it becomes a corner.
 
 
3) Hold down the mouse and drag the red box around the entire screen until the cursor on the lower right corner of your screen becomes a corner.
 
4) Let go and select FILE > SAVE AS from the top left menu options.
 
5) Then click THIS PC > Network B: Drive (PenelopeMiller) > !6_Grade Folder > !Dig_Lit Folder.
 
 
 
6) Select .JPG file from the bottom Save as Type drop down menu.
Name your file 6_GRADE_Keyboarding_Assessment.
 
 
7) Click the SAVE button.
 

 
♦Office 365 - OneDrive
 
AFTER you complete your Typing Pal ONE MINUTE TEST, follow the instructions below to submit a Snipping Tool screenshot to Ms. Miller:
 

 
3) Submit Your ONE MINUTE Test Score:
 
1) Log in to Office 365 with the following account information:
 
firstlastname@hasd.org (Example: penelopemiller@hasd.org)
YOUR School Network Password
 
 
2) Click the OneDrive app with the Cloud icon.
 
 
3) Click and open the !6_Grade and !Dig_Lit folders in OneDrive:
 
 
4) Click Upload. Browse to your 6_GRADE_Keyboarding_Assessment file on your Network B: Drive.
 
5) Right click and Share your 6_GRADE_Keyboarding_Assessment file with Ms. Miller.
 
 
♦WAIT FOR CONFIRMATION FROM MS. MILLER BEFORE LOGGING OUT OF TYPING PAL TODAY!
 

 
♦In order to place out of the ninth grade HHS basic keyboarding course, eighth grade students will need to type 25 words a minute or faster with an accuracy of 90% or higher using a one minute assessment and keyboard cover.
 
If would like to improve your score today, you may retake the assessment and submit your improved score.
 

 


 

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Tue, 16 Jan 2018
7-1, 7-2 FINAL DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP ASSESSMENTS - January 16, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=308906&memberid=134
Digital Citizenship FINAL ASSESSMENTS
 

• I can explain the 24/7, social nature of modern digital media.

• I can use digital media responsibly to foster relationships.

• I can conduct varied, effective, and efficient online searches.

• I can guard myself against phishing, scams, and identity theft.
• I can report cyberbullying and empathize with others online.
• I can understand how copyright protects rights and creative work.
 

1) Study carefully ALL Seventh Grade Digital Citizenship Unit Vocabulary terms and definitions in Quizlet.

 

Be sure to study Flashcards and play the Scatter game to practice first.

 

2) Compete in a Quizlet Live Session with your 7-# class.

 

 

Earn a 100% on the 22 Term Quizlet Matching Test:

 

 

Take a screenshot of the entire 100% Quizlet Matching Test score screen.

 

Save your finalized Vocabulary_7_Quizlet_Score to your Network B: Drive Digital Literacy Folder.
 

UPLOAD the file to your Office 365 OneDrive Dig Lit Folder.

 

RIGHT CLICK and SHARE your file with Ms. Miller.

 

 


 

3) Study and review ALL Digital Citizenship Lessons.
 
Allow 20-25 minutes to take the Digital Citizenship Unit 2 Online Assessment TODAY during class time.
 

♦Common Sense Online Digital Citizenship Assessment:

Your First Name Box: Type your first name.

 

Example: Penelope

 

 

 

Use the Snipping Tool to take a screenshot of your entire score screen.

 

 

Save your finalized Final_Digital_Citizenship_Assessment_7_ Score to your Network B: Drive Digital Literacy Folder.

 

UPLOAD the file to your Office 365 OneDrive Dig Lit Folder.

 

RIGHT CLICK and SHARE your file with Ms. Miller.

 


4) Take the FINAL DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP 7 ASSESSMENT directly in MASTERY CONNECT. USE TEST ID: 725690 and YOUR STUDENT ID #.  
 
OR
 
Log in to Mastery Connect. Click our *7 Miller Digital Literacy 1 SEM class and START ASSESSMENT
 

♦GRADE 7 Keyboarding Assessment Instructions:
 
♦DO NOT OPEN TYPING PAL UNTIL YOU ARE INSTRUCTED TO DO SO. YOU MUST USE A COVER THE ENTIRE TIME YOU ARE IN TYPING PAL TODAY.
 

 
1) Take the ONE MINUTE TEST:
 

♦Log in to TypingPal using the following information:

 

Network Username: firstlastname

Example: penelopemiller

YOUR School Password

 
1) Click the Learn Tab.
 
 
 

2) Place a cover over your keyboard immediately.

Attempting to remove the keyboard cover or to look under or over the keyboard cover will automatically result in a zero score and place you in to the HHS Keyboarding course.

 
3) Scroll down to view the One Minute Test Options.
 
4) Click the ONE MINUTE TEST and take the entire test.
 
[FYI ONLY - STUDENTS MUST SCORE 25 WPM or faster with 90% ACCURACY OR HIGHER in order to pass the HHS keyboarding assessment NEXT YEAR.]
 

 
2) SCREENSHOT YOUR ENTIRE SCORE SCREEN:
 
 
 
 
1) Open the Snipping Tool (Scissors icon) from the lower left Start Menu Windows icon or your bottom black task bar.
 
 
2) Click New and drag the cursor + sign to the top left corner of your screen until it becomes a corner.
 
 
3) Hold down the mouse and drag the red box around the entire screen until the cursor on the lower right corner of your screen becomes a corner.
 
4) Let go and select FILE > SAVE AS from the top left menu options.
 
5) Then click THIS PC > Network B: Drive (PenelopeMiller) > !7_Grade Folder > !Dig_Lit Folder.
 
 
 
6) Select .JPG file from the bottom Save as Type drop down menu.
Name your file 7_GRADE_Keyboarding_Assessment.
 
 
7) Click the SAVE button.
 

 
♦Office 365 - OneDrive
 
AFTER you complete your Typing Pal ONE MINUTE TEST, follow the instructions below to submit a Snipping Tool screenshot to Ms. Miller:
 

 
3) Submit Your ONE MINUTE Test Score:
 
1) Log in to Office 365 with the following account information:
 
firstlastname@hasd.org (Example: penelopemiller@hasd.org)
YOUR School Network Password
 
 
2) Click the OneDrive app with the Cloud icon.
 
 
3) Click and open the !7_Grade and !Dig_Lit folders in OneDrive:
 
 
4) Click Upload. Browse to your 7_GRADE_Keyboarding_Assessment file on your Network B: Drive.
 
5) Right click and Share your 7_GRADE_Keyboarding_Assessment file with Ms. Miller.
 
 
♦WAIT FOR CONFIRMATION FROM MS. MILLER BEFORE LOGGING OUT OF TYPING PAL TODAY!
 

 
♦In order to place out of the ninth grade HHS basic keyboarding course, eighth grade students will need to type 25 words a minute or faster with an accuracy of 90% or higher using a one minute assessment and keyboard cover.
 
If would like to improve your score today, you may retake the assessment and submit your improved score.
 

 


 

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Tue, 16 Jan 2018
8-1, 8-2 Identifying High Quality Web Sites - January 16, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=308923&memberid=134
 

Identifying High Quality Web Sites

  Essential Question:
When can you trust the information that you find on the Internet?
I can understand how the ease of publishing on the Internet affects how much I can trust the content of Web sites.
 
I can learn important test criteria that will help me to evaluate Web sites critically.
 
I can apply test criteria to determine how trustworthy and useful a particular Web site is.
 
 
 
Today during class you will complete the introduction activity to this lesson: Identifying Fake News.
 
♦If you are not able to open and access your OneNote Class Notebook below, click here to read and follow ALL instructions and steps in order.
 

 

♦Complete the following learning tasks in order:

 

1) Open our Eighth Grade Digital Literacy OneNote Class Notebook from our Office 365 Teams site.

 

 

2) Click the General channel and then the “Open in OneNote” button to open the Eighth Grade Digital Literacy OneNote Class Notebook locally in OneNote 2016 on your class computer.

 

 

 

3) Then click your private notebook with your name.

Ex. PenelopeMiller.

 

 

4) Click to open the Digital Citizenship tab in your Private Notebook and work at your own pace to click and complete the learning tasks in order.

 

Click the to-do checkboxes AFTER you complete each learning task.

 

5) Click here to access Web site Identifying High Quality Web Sites instructions ONLY if you are NOT able to to access OneNote 2016.

 


 

♦DURING CLASS TODAY (FIRST):

 

6) Complete the Identifying Fake News activities:

 

 

 

7) THEN work individually and in a small group to complete the Identifying High Quality Web Sites learning activities in order using the right side pages.

 

8) Click here to access Web site Identifying High Quality Web Sites instructions ONLY if you are NOT able to to access OneNote 2016.


 

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Tue, 16 Jan 2018
5-4, 5-5 Communication: Twalkers - January 17, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=308885&memberid=134
Communication: Twalkers - Digital Citizenship Unit
 
• I can understand that cell phones are powerful, convenient tools for communication.
 
• I can identify situations in which using cell phones can be rude, distracting, or dangerous.
 
• I can reflect on the benefits of focusing on one task at a time.
 

Essential Question:

How can using a cell phone distract you?

 


 

Lesson Objectives:

Students learn why it is important to avoid multitasking with a cell phone and consider the benefits of focusing on one task at a time.

 
 

Key Vocabulary:

Distract
Multitask
Distract means to make it hard for someone to give their full attention to something.
  Multitask means to attempt to do more than one thing at a time.
 

Think About 1:

 

While owning a cell phone provides people with many benefits, one of the downsides is that using cell phones can be distracting.
 
 
 
Think About 2:
 
Multitasking with a cell phone not only can put people’s safety at risk, as the commercial you will watch in Edmodo shows, but it also can annoy people around them.
 
 
 
Think About 3:
 
Cell phones can distract people from completing important tasks and not only jeopardize their own safety but also the safety of others.

 


♦Complete the following student learning tasks in order in your Edmodo Small 5-# Group:

 
1) Watch the Edmodo "Chicken" Video:
 
In your Edmodo 5-# Small Group, click the blue "Chicken" Commercial for Safe Kids USA link to watch the Chicken commercial.
 

 
Then click the Recommended Settings radio button and then the Finish box:
 
2) Answer the TWO Edmodo Polls:
After you watch the video, scroll up to answer the two poll questions in Edmodo using what you learned and observed in the commercial:
 
1. Why did the chicken in the video cross the road with such disastrous results?
2. What three distractions did Jennette McCurdy name at the end of the commercial?
 

Digital Passport Learning Games:

 
 
Digital Passport, created by Common Sense Media, is an online game-based learning environment that teaches fifth grade students how to stay safe and be responsible while using their digital devices. Digital Passport includes interactive games, instructional videos, and classroom activities that explore essential topics of online safety, digital citizenship, and responsible content creation.
 
Students earn badges as they complete each learning module. After earning a lesson badge, a student unlocks the associated “Expert Zone” which contains an advanced mission to complete. Students earn their Digital Passport after they have completed all lessons and earned all module badges.
 

 
 
3) Play and learn in the Digital Passport Twalkers Game:
 
Now log in to your Digital Passport account and play the entire Twalkers Game.
1. Click on the Digital Passport Link.
2. Use the Student Login.
3. Type your school username and password and then click Login to begin. (Try hms123 only if your password does not work.)
4. Follow the prompts to choose an avatar and color.
5. Continue on to complete the Safe Password Activity.
(Read ALL instructions carefully and follow the prompts to type PASSWORD, WORD, WORD12, WORD12!)
4. Then click Play the Twalkers Game.
5. Work until you earn your blue Twalkers badge.
 
 
 

4) AFTER you earn your Twalkers blue badge, complete your Communication Mission:

Communication Mission:

Next work by yourself or with one or two partners seated directly next to you to create a fictitious phone app that raises awareness about safe and responsible cell phone usage.
 
Click and download the Communication Mission PDF file individually or with your partner(s). In Internet Explorer, click the top left corner of the screen, click FILE > Save AS > THIS PC > NETWORK B: DRIVE (WITH YOUR NAME) > !5_GRADE FOLDER > !Dig_Lit FOLDER and SAVE.
 
In Microsoft Edge, RIGHT CLICK and select SAVE AS > THIS PC > NETWORK B: DRIVE (WITH YOUR NAME) > !5_GRADE FOLDER > !Dig_Lit FOLDER and SAVE.
 
 
Name the file correctly. Example: Communication_Mission.
 

Save your finalized Communication_Mission to your Network B: Drive > Fifth Grade_ > Digital Literacy Folder.

 

UPLOAD the file to your Office 365 OneDrive Dig Lit Folder.

 

RIGHT CLICK and SHARE your file with Ms. Miller.

 


5) Complete the Edmodo Twalkers Reflect Assignment:

 
♦After you have finished your Communication Mission, individually complete and submit the 2 Communication: Twalkers - Reflect Assignment in your Edmodo Small 5-# Group.
 
1. How can cell phones distract you from being polite to others?
2. How can cell phones distract you from being safe?
3. How can cell phones distract you from focusing on important things?
 
 
♦Read and follow the instructions posted in your Edmodo 5-# Group.
 
♦Click OPEN ASSIGNMENT.
 
♦Click CREATE and select TEXT RESPONSE.
 
♦Click in the box and type your answers in complete, correct, numbered sentences.
 
1. Cell phones can distract me from being polite to others by ...
2. Cell phones can distract me from being safe by ...
3. Cell phones can distract me from focusing on important things by ...
 
♦Click the blue TURN IN ASSIGNMENT and TURN IN buttons to submit your assignment for grading.
 

 
6) Individually take the final Edmodo Twalkers Quiz:
 
Assessment of Learning:
 
After you have finished the 2 Communication: Twalkers - Reflect Assignment, individually take the 3 Communication: Twalkers QUIZ in your Edmodo Small 5-# Group.
 

 
♦Learn at Home:
 

 

Curriculum Attribution: All of our fifth grade digital citizenship lessons are adapted directly from Digital Passport and Common Sense Media • Education, an exemplary non-profit organization committed to educating and empowering students, teachers, and parents with essential digital literacy, media, and technology skills.
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Wed, 17 Jan 2018
6-6 FINAL DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP & KEYBOARDING ASSESSMENTS - January 17, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=308899&memberid=134
Digital Citizenship FINAL ASSESSMENTS
 

• I can explain the 24/7, social nature of modern digital media.

• I can use digital media responsibly to foster relationships.

• I can conduct varied, effective, and efficient online searches.

• I can guard myself against phishing, scams, and identity theft.
• I can report cyberbullying and empathize with others online.
• I can understand how copyright protects rights and creative work.
 

1) Study carefully ALL Sixth Grade Digital Citizenship Unit Vocabulary terms and definitions in Quizlet.

 

Be sure to study Flashcards and play the Match game to practice first.

 

 

Earn 80-100% on the 20 Term Quizlet Matching Test:

 

 

Take a screenshot of the entire 100% Quizlet Matching Test score screen.

 

Save your finalized Vocabulary_Quizlet_6_Score to your Network B: Drive Digital Literacy Folder.
 

UPLOAD the file to your Office 365 OneDrive Dig Lit Folder.

 

RIGHT CLICK and SHARE your file with Ms. Miller.

 

 


 

 
 

Your First Name Box: Type your first name.

 

Example: Penelope

 

Use the Snipping Tool to take a screenshot of your entire score screen.

 

 

Save your finalized Final_Digital_Citizenship_6_Assessment_Score to your Network B: Drive Digital Literacy Folder.

 

UPLOAD the file to your Office 365 OneDrive Dig Lit Folder.

 

RIGHT CLICK and SHARE your file with Ms. Miller.

 


 
4) Take the FINAL DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP 6 ASSESSMENT directly in MASTERY CONNECT. USE TEST ID: # and YOUR STUDENT ID #.  
 
OR
 
Log in to Mastery Connect. Click our *6 Miller Digital Literacy 1 SEM class and START ASSESSMENT

♦GRADE 6 Keyboarding Assessment Instructions:
 
♦DO NOT OPEN TYPING PAL UNTIL YOU ARE INSTRUCTED TO DO SO. YOU MUST USE A COVER THE ENTIRE TIME YOU ARE IN TYPING PAL TODAY.
 

 
1) Take the ONE MINUTE TEST:
 

♦Log in to TypingPal using the following information:

 

Network Username: firstlastname

Example: penelopemiller

YOUR School Password

 
1) Click the Learn Tab.
 
 
 

2) Place a cover over your keyboard immediately.

Attempting to remove the keyboard cover or to look under or over the keyboard cover will automatically result in a zero score and place you in to the HHS Keyboarding course.

 
3) Scroll down to view the One Minute Test Options.
 
4) Click the ONE MINUTE TEST and take the entire test.
 
[FYI ONLY - STUDENTS MUST SCORE 25 WPM or faster with 90% ACCURACY OR HIGHER in order to pass the HHS keyboarding assessment NEXT YEAR.]
 

 
2) SCREENSHOT YOUR ENTIRE SCORE SCREEN:
 
 
 
 
1) Open the Snipping Tool (Scissors icon) from the lower left Start Menu Windows icon or your bottom black task bar.
 
 
2) Click New and drag the cursor + sign to the top left corner of your screen until it becomes a corner.
 
 
3) Hold down the mouse and drag the red box around the entire screen until the cursor on the lower right corner of your screen becomes a corner.
 
4) Let go and select FILE > SAVE AS from the top left menu options.
 
5) Then click THIS PC > Network B: Drive (PenelopeMiller) > !6_Grade Folder > !Dig_Lit Folder.
 
 
 
6) Select .JPG file from the bottom Save as Type drop down menu.
Name your file 6_GRADE_Keyboarding_Assessment.
 
 
7) Click the SAVE button.
 

 
♦Office 365 - OneDrive
 
AFTER you complete your Typing Pal ONE MINUTE TEST, follow the instructions below to submit a Snipping Tool screenshot to Ms. Miller:
 

 
3) Submit Your ONE MINUTE Test Score:
 
1) Log in to Office 365 with the following account information:
 
firstlastname@hasd.org (Example: penelopemiller@hasd.org)
YOUR School Network Password
 
 
2) Click the OneDrive app with the Cloud icon.
 
 
3) Click and open the !6_Grade and !Dig_Lit folders in OneDrive:
 
 
4) Click Upload. Browse to your 6_GRADE_Keyboarding_Assessment file on your Network B: Drive.
 
5) Right click and Share your 6_GRADE_Keyboarding_Assessment file with Ms. Miller.
 
 
♦WAIT FOR CONFIRMATION FROM MS. MILLER BEFORE LOGGING OUT OF TYPING PAL TODAY!
 

 
♦In order to place out of the ninth grade HHS basic keyboarding course, eighth grade students will need to type 25 words a minute or faster with an accuracy of 90% or higher using a one minute assessment and keyboard cover.
 
If would like to improve your score today, you may retake the assessment and submit your improved score.
 

 


 

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Wed, 17 Jan 2018
8-3, 8-6 Identifying High Quality Web Sites - January 17, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=308924&memberid=134
 

Identifying High Quality Web Sites

  Essential Question:
When can you trust the information that you find on the Internet?
I can understand how the ease of publishing on the Internet affects how much I can trust the content of Web sites.
 
I can learn important test criteria that will help me to evaluate Web sites critically.
 
I can apply test criteria to determine how trustworthy and useful a particular Web site is.
 
 
 
Today during class you will complete the introduction activity to this lesson: Identifying Fake News.
 
♦If you are not able to open and access your OneNote Class Notebook below, click here to read and follow ALL instructions and steps in order.
 

 

♦Complete the following learning tasks in order:

 

1) Open our Eighth Grade Digital Literacy OneNote Class Notebook from our Office 365 Teams site.

 

 

2) Click the General channel and then the “Open in OneNote” button to open the Eighth Grade Digital Literacy OneNote Class Notebook locally in OneNote 2016 on your class computer.

 

 

 

3) Then click your private notebook with your name.

Ex. PenelopeMiller.

 

 

4) Click to open the Digital Citizenship tab in your Private Notebook and work at your own pace to click and complete the learning tasks in order.

 

Click the to-do checkboxes AFTER you complete each learning task.

 

5) Click here to access Web site Identifying High Quality Web Sites instructions ONLY if you are NOT able to to access OneNote 2016.

 


 

♦DURING CLASS TODAY (FIRST):

 

6) Complete the Identifying Fake News activities:

 

 

 

7) THEN work individually and in a small group to complete the Identifying High Quality Web Sites learning activities in order using the right side pages.

 

8) Click here to access Web site Identifying High Quality Web Sites instructions ONLY if you are NOT able to to access OneNote 2016.


 

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Wed, 17 Jan 2018
End of Second Quarter - January 18, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=307206&memberid=134 Thu, 18 Jan 2018 5-1, 5-2 Communication: Twalkers - January 18, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=308886&memberid=134
Communication: Twalkers - Digital Citizenship Unit
 
• I can understand that cell phones are powerful, convenient tools for communication.
 
• I can identify situations in which using cell phones can be rude, distracting, or dangerous.
 
• I can reflect on the benefits of focusing on one task at a time.
 

Essential Question:

How can using a cell phone distract you?

 


 

Lesson Objectives:

Students learn why it is important to avoid multitasking with a cell phone and consider the benefits of focusing on one task at a time.

 
 

Key Vocabulary:

Distract
Multitask
Distract means to make it hard for someone to give their full attention to something.
  Multitask means to attempt to do more than one thing at a time.
 

Think About 1:

 

While owning a cell phone provides people with many benefits, one of the downsides is that using cell phones can be distracting.
 
 
 
Think About 2:
 
Multitasking with a cell phone not only can put people’s safety at risk, as the commercial you will watch in Edmodo shows, but it also can annoy people around them.
 
 
 
Think About 3:
 
Cell phones can distract people from completing important tasks and not only jeopardize their own safety but also the safety of others.

 


♦Complete the following student learning tasks in order in your Edmodo Small 5-# Group:

 
1) Watch the Edmodo "Chicken" Video:
 
In your Edmodo 5-# Small Group, click the blue "Chicken" Commercial for Safe Kids USA link to watch the Chicken commercial.
 

 
Then click the Recommended Settings radio button and then the Finish box:
 
2) Answer the TWO Edmodo Polls:
After you watch the video, scroll up to answer the two poll questions in Edmodo using what you learned and observed in the commercial:
 
1. Why did the chicken in the video cross the road with such disastrous results?
2. What three distractions did Jennette McCurdy name at the end of the commercial?
 

Digital Passport Learning Games:

 
 
Digital Passport, created by Common Sense Media, is an online game-based learning environment that teaches fifth grade students how to stay safe and be responsible while using their digital devices. Digital Passport includes interactive games, instructional videos, and classroom activities that explore essential topics of online safety, digital citizenship, and responsible content creation.
 
Students earn badges as they complete each learning module. After earning a lesson badge, a student unlocks the associated “Expert Zone” which contains an advanced mission to complete. Students earn their Digital Passport after they have completed all lessons and earned all module badges.
 

 
 
3) Play and learn in the Digital Passport Twalkers Game:
 
Now log in to your Digital Passport account and play the entire Twalkers Game.
1. Click on the Digital Passport Link.
2. Use the Student Login.
3. Type your school username and password and then click Login to begin. (Try hms123 only if your password does not work.)
4. Follow the prompts to choose an avatar and color.
5. Continue on to complete the Safe Password Activity.
(Read ALL instructions carefully and follow the prompts to type PASSWORD, WORD, WORD12, WORD12!)
4. Then click Play the Twalkers Game.
5. Work until you earn your blue Twalkers badge.
 
 
 

4) AFTER you earn your Twalkers blue badge, complete your Communication Mission:

Communication Mission:

Next work by yourself or with one or two partners seated directly next to you to create a fictitious phone app that raises awareness about safe and responsible cell phone usage.
 
Click and download the Communication Mission PDF file individually or with your partner(s). In Internet Explorer, click the top left corner of the screen, click FILE > Save AS > THIS PC > NETWORK B: DRIVE (WITH YOUR NAME) > !5_GRADE FOLDER > !Dig_Lit FOLDER and SAVE.
 
In Microsoft Edge, RIGHT CLICK and select SAVE AS > THIS PC > NETWORK B: DRIVE (WITH YOUR NAME) > !5_GRADE FOLDER > !Dig_Lit FOLDER and SAVE.
 
 
Name the file correctly. Example: Communication_Mission.
 

Save your finalized Communication_Mission to your Network B: Drive > Fifth Grade_ > Digital Literacy Folder.

 

UPLOAD the file to your Office 365 OneDrive Dig Lit Folder.

 

RIGHT CLICK and SHARE your file with Ms. Miller.

 


5) Complete the Edmodo Twalkers Reflect Assignment:

 
♦After you have finished your Communication Mission, individually complete and submit the 2 Communication: Twalkers - Reflect Assignment in your Edmodo Small 5-# Group.
 
1. How can cell phones distract you from being polite to others?
2. How can cell phones distract you from being safe?
3. How can cell phones distract you from focusing on important things?
 
 
♦Read and follow the instructions posted in your Edmodo 5-# Group.
 
♦Click OPEN ASSIGNMENT.
 
♦Click CREATE and select TEXT RESPONSE.
 
♦Click in the box and type your answers in complete, correct, numbered sentences.
 
1. Cell phones can distract me from being polite to others by ...
2. Cell phones can distract me from being safe by ...
3. Cell phones can distract me from focusing on important things by ...
 
♦Click the blue TURN IN ASSIGNMENT and TURN IN buttons to submit your assignment for grading.
 

 
6) Individually take the final Edmodo Twalkers Quiz:
 
Assessment of Learning:
 
After you have finished the 2 Communication: Twalkers - Reflect Assignment, individually take the 3 Communication: Twalkers QUIZ in your Edmodo Small 5-# Group.
 

 
♦Learn at Home:
 

 

Curriculum Attribution: All of our fifth grade digital citizenship lessons are adapted directly from Digital Passport and Common Sense Media • Education, an exemplary non-profit organization committed to educating and empowering students, teachers, and parents with essential digital literacy, media, and technology skills.
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Thu, 18 Jan 2018
6-1, 6-2 FINAL DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP & KEYBOARDING ASSESSMENTS - January 18, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=308900&memberid=134
Digital Citizenship FINAL ASSESSMENTS
 

• I can explain the 24/7, social nature of modern digital media.

• I can use digital media responsibly to foster relationships.

• I can conduct varied, effective, and efficient online searches.

• I can guard myself against phishing, scams, and identity theft.
• I can report cyberbullying and empathize with others online.
• I can understand how copyright protects rights and creative work.
 

1) Study carefully ALL Sixth Grade Digital Citizenship Unit Vocabulary terms and definitions in Quizlet.

 

Be sure to study Flashcards and play the Match game to practice first.

 

 

Earn 80-100% on the 20 Term Quizlet Matching Test:

 

 

Take a screenshot of the entire 100% Quizlet Matching Test score screen.

 

Save your finalized Vocabulary_Quizlet_6_Score to your Network B: Drive Digital Literacy Folder.
 

UPLOAD the file to your Office 365 OneDrive Dig Lit Folder.

 

RIGHT CLICK and SHARE your file with Ms. Miller.

 

 


 

 
 

Your First Name Box: Type your first name.

 

Example: Penelope

 

Use the Snipping Tool to take a screenshot of your entire score screen.

 

 

Save your finalized Final_Digital_Citizenship_6_Assessment_Score to your Network B: Drive Digital Literacy Folder.

 

UPLOAD the file to your Office 365 OneDrive Dig Lit Folder.

 

RIGHT CLICK and SHARE your file with Ms. Miller.

 


 
4) Take the FINAL DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP 6 ASSESSMENT directly in MASTERY CONNECT. USE TEST ID: # and YOUR STUDENT ID #.  
 
OR
 
Log in to Mastery Connect. Click our *6 Miller Digital Literacy 1 SEM class and START ASSESSMENT

♦GRADE 6 Keyboarding Assessment Instructions:
 
♦DO NOT OPEN TYPING PAL UNTIL YOU ARE INSTRUCTED TO DO SO. YOU MUST USE A COVER THE ENTIRE TIME YOU ARE IN TYPING PAL TODAY.
 

 
1) Take the ONE MINUTE TEST:
 

♦Log in to TypingPal using the following information:

 

Network Username: firstlastname

Example: penelopemiller

YOUR School Password

 
1) Click the Learn Tab.
 
 
 

2) Place a cover over your keyboard immediately.

Attempting to remove the keyboard cover or to look under or over the keyboard cover will automatically result in a zero score and place you in to the HHS Keyboarding course.

 
3) Scroll down to view the One Minute Test Options.
 
4) Click the ONE MINUTE TEST and take the entire test.
 
[FYI ONLY - STUDENTS MUST SCORE 25 WPM or faster with 90% ACCURACY OR HIGHER in order to pass the HHS keyboarding assessment NEXT YEAR.]
 

 
2) SCREENSHOT YOUR ENTIRE SCORE SCREEN:
 
 
 
 
1) Open the Snipping Tool (Scissors icon) from the lower left Start Menu Windows icon or your bottom black task bar.
 
 
2) Click New and drag the cursor + sign to the top left corner of your screen until it becomes a corner.
 
 
3) Hold down the mouse and drag the red box around the entire screen until the cursor on the lower right corner of your screen becomes a corner.
 
4) Let go and select FILE > SAVE AS from the top left menu options.
 
5) Then click THIS PC > Network B: Drive (PenelopeMiller) > !6_Grade Folder > !Dig_Lit Folder.
 
 
 
6) Select .JPG file from the bottom Save as Type drop down menu.
Name your file 6_GRADE_Keyboarding_Assessment.
 
 
7) Click the SAVE button.
 

 
♦Office 365 - OneDrive
 
AFTER you complete your Typing Pal ONE MINUTE TEST, follow the instructions below to submit a Snipping Tool screenshot to Ms. Miller:
 

 
3) Submit Your ONE MINUTE Test Score:
 
1) Log in to Office 365 with the following account information:
 
firstlastname@hasd.org (Example: penelopemiller@hasd.org)
YOUR School Network Password
 
 
2) Click the OneDrive app with the Cloud icon.
 
 
3) Click and open the !6_Grade and !Dig_Lit folders in OneDrive:
 
 
4) Click Upload. Browse to your 6_GRADE_Keyboarding_Assessment file on your Network B: Drive.
 
5) Right click and Share your 6_GRADE_Keyboarding_Assessment file with Ms. Miller.
 
 
♦WAIT FOR CONFIRMATION FROM MS. MILLER BEFORE LOGGING OUT OF TYPING PAL TODAY!
 

 
♦In order to place out of the ninth grade HHS basic keyboarding course, eighth grade students will need to type 25 words a minute or faster with an accuracy of 90% or higher using a one minute assessment and keyboard cover.
 
If would like to improve your score today, you may retake the assessment and submit your improved score.
 

 


 

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Thu, 18 Jan 2018
7-1, 7-2 FINAL DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP ASSESSMENTS - January 18, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=308907&memberid=134
Digital Citizenship FINAL ASSESSMENTS
 

• I can explain the 24/7, social nature of modern digital media.

• I can use digital media responsibly to foster relationships.

• I can conduct varied, effective, and efficient online searches.

• I can guard myself against phishing, scams, and identity theft.
• I can report cyberbullying and empathize with others online.
• I can understand how copyright protects rights and creative work.
 

1) Study carefully ALL Seventh Grade Digital Citizenship Unit Vocabulary terms and definitions in Quizlet.

 

Be sure to study Flashcards and play the Scatter game to practice first.

 

2) Compete in a Quizlet Live Session with your 7-# class.

 

 

Earn a 100% on the 22 Term Quizlet Matching Test:

 

 

Take a screenshot of the entire 100% Quizlet Matching Test score screen.

 

Save your finalized Vocabulary_7_Quizlet_Score to your Network B: Drive Digital Literacy Folder.
 

UPLOAD the file to your Office 365 OneDrive Dig Lit Folder.

 

RIGHT CLICK and SHARE your file with Ms. Miller.

 

 


 

3) Study and review ALL Digital Citizenship Lessons.
 
Allow 20-25 minutes to take the Digital Citizenship Unit 2 Online Assessment TODAY during class time.
 

♦Common Sense Online Digital Citizenship Assessment:

Your First Name Box: Type your first name.

 

Example: Penelope

 

 

 

Use the Snipping Tool to take a screenshot of your entire score screen.

 

 

Save your finalized Final_Digital_Citizenship_Assessment_7_ Score to your Network B: Drive Digital Literacy Folder.

 

UPLOAD the file to your Office 365 OneDrive Dig Lit Folder.

 

RIGHT CLICK and SHARE your file with Ms. Miller.

 


4) Take the FINAL DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP 7 ASSESSMENT directly in MASTERY CONNECT. USE TEST ID: 725690 and YOUR STUDENT ID #.  
 
OR
 
Log in to Mastery Connect. Click our *7 Miller Digital Literacy 1 SEM class and START ASSESSMENT
 

♦GRADE 7 Keyboarding Assessment Instructions:
 
♦DO NOT OPEN TYPING PAL UNTIL YOU ARE INSTRUCTED TO DO SO. YOU MUST USE A COVER THE ENTIRE TIME YOU ARE IN TYPING PAL TODAY.
 

 
1) Take the ONE MINUTE TEST:
 

♦Log in to TypingPal using the following information:

 

Network Username: firstlastname

Example: penelopemiller

YOUR School Password

 
1) Click the Learn Tab.
 
 
 

2) Place a cover over your keyboard immediately.

Attempting to remove the keyboard cover or to look under or over the keyboard cover will automatically result in a zero score and place you in to the HHS Keyboarding course.

 
3) Scroll down to view the One Minute Test Options.
 
4) Click the ONE MINUTE TEST and take the entire test.
 
[FYI ONLY - STUDENTS MUST SCORE 25 WPM or faster with 90% ACCURACY OR HIGHER in order to pass the HHS keyboarding assessment NEXT YEAR.]
 

 
2) SCREENSHOT YOUR ENTIRE SCORE SCREEN:
 
 
 
 
1) Open the Snipping Tool (Scissors icon) from the lower left Start Menu Windows icon or your bottom black task bar.
 
 
2) Click New and drag the cursor + sign to the top left corner of your screen until it becomes a corner.
 
 
3) Hold down the mouse and drag the red box around the entire screen until the cursor on the lower right corner of your screen becomes a corner.
 
4) Let go and select FILE > SAVE AS from the top left menu options.
 
5) Then click THIS PC > Network B: Drive (PenelopeMiller) > !7_Grade Folder > !Dig_Lit Folder.
 
 
 
6) Select .JPG file from the bottom Save as Type drop down menu.
Name your file 7_GRADE_Keyboarding_Assessment.
 
 
7) Click the SAVE button.
 

 
♦Office 365 - OneDrive
 
AFTER you complete your Typing Pal ONE MINUTE TEST, follow the instructions below to submit a Snipping Tool screenshot to Ms. Miller:
 

 
3) Submit Your ONE MINUTE Test Score:
 
1) Log in to Office 365 with the following account information:
 
firstlastname@hasd.org (Example: penelopemiller@hasd.org)
YOUR School Network Password
 
 
2) Click the OneDrive app with the Cloud icon.
 
 
3) Click and open the !7_Grade and !Dig_Lit folders in OneDrive:
 
 
4) Click Upload. Browse to your 7_GRADE_Keyboarding_Assessment file on your Network B: Drive.
 
5) Right click and Share your 7_GRADE_Keyboarding_Assessment file with Ms. Miller.
 
 
♦WAIT FOR CONFIRMATION FROM MS. MILLER BEFORE LOGGING OUT OF TYPING PAL TODAY!
 

 
♦In order to place out of the ninth grade HHS basic keyboarding course, eighth grade students will need to type 25 words a minute or faster with an accuracy of 90% or higher using a one minute assessment and keyboard cover.
 
If would like to improve your score today, you may retake the assessment and submit your improved score.
 

 


 

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Thu, 18 Jan 2018
8-4, 8-5 Identifying High Quality Web Sites - January 18, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=308925&memberid=134
 

Identifying High Quality Web Sites

  Essential Question:
When can you trust the information that you find on the Internet?
I can understand how the ease of publishing on the Internet affects how much I can trust the content of Web sites.
 
I can learn important test criteria that will help me to evaluate Web sites critically.
 
I can apply test criteria to determine how trustworthy and useful a particular Web site is.
 
 
 
Today during class you will complete the introduction activity to this lesson: Identifying Fake News.
 
♦If you are not able to open and access your OneNote Class Notebook below, click here to read and follow ALL instructions and steps in order.
 

 

♦Complete the following learning tasks in order:

 

1) Open our Eighth Grade Digital Literacy OneNote Class Notebook from our Office 365 Teams site.

 

 

2) Click the General channel and then the “Open in OneNote” button to open the Eighth Grade Digital Literacy OneNote Class Notebook locally in OneNote 2016 on your class computer.

 

 

 

3) Then click your private notebook with your name.

Ex. PenelopeMiller.

 

 

4) Click to open the Digital Citizenship tab in your Private Notebook and work at your own pace to click and complete the learning tasks in order.

 

Click the to-do checkboxes AFTER you complete each learning task.

 

5) Click here to access Web site Identifying High Quality Web Sites instructions ONLY if you are NOT able to to access OneNote 2016.

 


 

♦DURING CLASS TODAY (FIRST):

 

6) Complete the Identifying Fake News activities:

 

 

 

7) THEN work individually and in a small group to complete the Identifying High Quality Web Sites learning activities in order using the right side pages.

 

8) Click here to access Web site Identifying High Quality Web Sites instructions ONLY if you are NOT able to to access OneNote 2016.


 

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Thu, 18 Jan 2018
Teacher Workday - No School - January 19, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=307207&memberid=134 Fri, 19 Jan 2018 8-1, 8-2 Identifying High Quality Web Sites - January 22, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309124&memberid=134
Identifying High Quality Web Sites
  Essential Question:
When can you trust the information that you find on the Internet?
I can understand how the ease of publishing on the Internet affects how much I can trust the content of Web sites.
 
I can learn important test criteria that will help me to evaluate Web sites critically.
 
I can apply test criteria to determine how trustworthy and useful a particular Web site is.
 
 
 
Today during class you will complete the introduction activity to this lesson: Identifying Fake News.
 
♦If you are not able to open and access your OneNote Class Notebook below, click here to read and follow ALL instructions and steps in order.
 

 

♦Complete the following learning tasks in order:

 

1) Open our Eighth Grade Digital Literacy OneNote Class Notebook from our Office 365 Teams site.

 

 

2) Click the General channel and then the “Open in OneNote” button to open the Eighth Grade Digital Literacy OneNote Class Notebook locally in OneNote 2016 on your class computer.

 

 

 

3) Then click your private notebook with your name.

Ex. PenelopeMiller.

 

 

4) Click to open the Digital Citizenship tab in your Private Notebook and work at your own pace to click and complete the learning tasks in order.

 

Click the to-do checkboxes AFTER you complete each learning task.

 

5) Click here to access Web site Identifying High Quality Web Sites instructions ONLY if you are NOT able to to access OneNote 2016.

 


 

♦DURING CLASS TODAY (FIRST):

 

6) Complete the Identifying Fake News activities:

 

 

 

7) THEN work individually and in a small group to complete the Identifying High Quality Web Sites learning activities in order using the right side pages.

 

8) Click here to access Web site Identifying High Quality Web Sites instructions ONLY if you are NOT able to to access OneNote 2016.


 

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Mon, 22 Jan 2018
8-3, 8-6 Identifying High Quality Web Sites - January 23, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309125&memberid=134
Identifying High Quality Web Sites
  Essential Question:
When can you trust the information that you find on the Internet?
I can understand how the ease of publishing on the Internet affects how much I can trust the content of Web sites.
 
I can learn important test criteria that will help me to evaluate Web sites critically.
 
I can apply test criteria to determine how trustworthy and useful a particular Web site is.
 
 
 
Today during class you will complete the introduction activity to this lesson: Identifying Fake News.
 
♦If you are not able to open and access your OneNote Class Notebook below, click here to read and follow ALL instructions and steps in order.
 

 

♦Complete the following learning tasks in order:

 

1) Open our Eighth Grade Digital Literacy OneNote Class Notebook from our Office 365 Teams site.

 

 

2) Click the General channel and then the “Open in OneNote” button to open the Eighth Grade Digital Literacy OneNote Class Notebook locally in OneNote 2016 on your class computer.

 

 

 

3) Then click your private notebook with your name.

Ex. PenelopeMiller.

 

 

4) Click to open the Digital Citizenship tab in your Private Notebook and work at your own pace to click and complete the learning tasks in order.

 

Click the to-do checkboxes AFTER you complete each learning task.

 

5) Click here to access Web site Identifying High Quality Web Sites instructions ONLY if you are NOT able to to access OneNote 2016.

 


 

♦DURING CLASS TODAY (FIRST):

 

6) Complete the Identifying Fake News activities:

 

 

 

7) THEN work individually and in a small group to complete the Identifying High Quality Web Sites learning activities in order using the right side pages.

 

8) Click here to access Web site Identifying High Quality Web Sites instructions ONLY if you are NOT able to to access OneNote 2016.


 

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Tue, 23 Jan 2018
8-4, 8-5 Identifying High Quality Web Sites - January 24, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309126&memberid=134
Identifying High Quality Web Sites
  Essential Question:
When can you trust the information that you find on the Internet?
I can understand how the ease of publishing on the Internet affects how much I can trust the content of Web sites.
 
I can learn important test criteria that will help me to evaluate Web sites critically.
 
I can apply test criteria to determine how trustworthy and useful a particular Web site is.
 
 
 
Today during class you will complete the introduction activity to this lesson: Identifying Fake News.
 
♦If you are not able to open and access your OneNote Class Notebook below, click here to read and follow ALL instructions and steps in order.
 

 

♦Complete the following learning tasks in order:

 

1) Open our Eighth Grade Digital Literacy OneNote Class Notebook from our Office 365 Teams site.

 

 

2) Click the General channel and then the “Open in OneNote” button to open the Eighth Grade Digital Literacy OneNote Class Notebook locally in OneNote 2016 on your class computer.

 

 

 

3) Then click your private notebook with your name.

Ex. PenelopeMiller.

 

 

4) Click to open the Digital Citizenship tab in your Private Notebook and work at your own pace to click and complete the learning tasks in order.

 

Click the to-do checkboxes AFTER you complete each learning task.

 

5) Click here to access Web site Identifying High Quality Web Sites instructions ONLY if you are NOT able to to access OneNote 2016.

 


 

♦DURING CLASS TODAY (FIRST):

 

6) Complete the Identifying Fake News activities:

 

 

 

7) THEN work individually and in a small group to complete the Identifying High Quality Web Sites learning activities in order using the right side pages.

 

8) Click here to access Web site Identifying High Quality Web Sites instructions ONLY if you are NOT able to to access OneNote 2016.


 

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Wed, 24 Jan 2018
8-1, 8-2 Identifying High Quality Web Sites - January 25, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309127&memberid=134
Identifying High Quality Web Sites
  Essential Question:
When can you trust the information that you find on the Internet?
I can understand how the ease of publishing on the Internet affects how much I can trust the content of Web sites.
 
I can learn important test criteria that will help me to evaluate Web sites critically.
 
I can apply test criteria to determine how trustworthy and useful a particular Web site is.
 
 
 
Today during class you will complete the introduction activity to this lesson: Identifying Fake News.
 
♦If you are not able to open and access your OneNote Class Notebook below, click here to read and follow ALL instructions and steps in order.
 

 

♦Complete the following learning tasks in order:

 

1) Open our Eighth Grade Digital Literacy OneNote Class Notebook from our Office 365 Teams site.

 

 

2) Click the General channel and then the “Open in OneNote” button to open the Eighth Grade Digital Literacy OneNote Class Notebook locally in OneNote 2016 on your class computer.

 

 

 

3) Then click your private notebook with your name.

Ex. PenelopeMiller.

 

 

4) Click to open the Digital Citizenship tab in your Private Notebook and work at your own pace to click and complete the learning tasks in order.

 

Click the to-do checkboxes AFTER you complete each learning task.

 

5) Click here to access Web site Identifying High Quality Web Sites instructions ONLY if you are NOT able to to access OneNote 2016.

 


 

♦DURING CLASS TODAY (FIRST):

 

6) Complete the Identifying Fake News activities:

 

 

 

7) THEN work individually and in a small group to complete the Identifying High Quality Web Sites learning activities in order using the right side pages.

 

8) Click here to access Web site Identifying High Quality Web Sites instructions ONLY if you are NOT able to to access OneNote 2016.


 

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Thu, 25 Jan 2018
Career Day - January 26, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309108&memberid=134 On Friday, January 26, dress like your dream career to have fun and show your school spirit! ]]> Fri, 26 Jan 2018 8-3, 8-6 Identifying High Quality Web Sites - January 26, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309128&memberid=134
Identifying High Quality Web Sites
  Essential Question:
When can you trust the information that you find on the Internet?
I can understand how the ease of publishing on the Internet affects how much I can trust the content of Web sites.
 
I can learn important test criteria that will help me to evaluate Web sites critically.
 
I can apply test criteria to determine how trustworthy and useful a particular Web site is.
 
 
 
Today during class you will complete the introduction activity to this lesson: Identifying Fake News.
 
♦If you are not able to open and access your OneNote Class Notebook below, click here to read and follow ALL instructions and steps in order.
 

 

♦Complete the following learning tasks in order:

 

1) Open our Eighth Grade Digital Literacy OneNote Class Notebook from our Office 365 Teams site.

 

 

2) Click the General channel and then the “Open in OneNote” button to open the Eighth Grade Digital Literacy OneNote Class Notebook locally in OneNote 2016 on your class computer.

 

 

 

3) Then click your private notebook with your name.

Ex. PenelopeMiller.

 

 

4) Click to open the Digital Citizenship tab in your Private Notebook and work at your own pace to click and complete the learning tasks in order.

 

Click the to-do checkboxes AFTER you complete each learning task.

 

5) Click here to access Web site Identifying High Quality Web Sites instructions ONLY if you are NOT able to to access OneNote 2016.

 


 

♦DURING CLASS TODAY (FIRST):

 

6) Complete the Identifying Fake News activities:

 

 

 

7) THEN work individually and in a small group to complete the Identifying High Quality Web Sites learning activities in order using the right side pages.

 

8) Click here to access Web site Identifying High Quality Web Sites instructions ONLY if you are NOT able to to access OneNote 2016.


 

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Fri, 26 Jan 2018
8-4, 8-5 Identifying High Quality Web Sites - January 29, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309129&memberid=134
Identifying High Quality Web Sites
  Essential Question:
When can you trust the information that you find on the Internet?
I can understand how the ease of publishing on the Internet affects how much I can trust the content of Web sites.
 
I can learn important test criteria that will help me to evaluate Web sites critically.
 
I can apply test criteria to determine how trustworthy and useful a particular Web site is.
 
 
 
Today during class you will complete the introduction activity to this lesson: Identifying Fake News.
 
♦If you are not able to open and access your OneNote Class Notebook below, click here to read and follow ALL instructions and steps in order.
 

 

♦Complete the following learning tasks in order:

 

1) Open our Eighth Grade Digital Literacy OneNote Class Notebook from our Office 365 Teams site.

 

 

2) Click the General channel and then the “Open in OneNote” button to open the Eighth Grade Digital Literacy OneNote Class Notebook locally in OneNote 2016 on your class computer.

 

 

 

3) Then click your private notebook with your name.

Ex. PenelopeMiller.

 

 

4) Click to open the Digital Citizenship tab in your Private Notebook and work at your own pace to click and complete the learning tasks in order.

 

Click the to-do checkboxes AFTER you complete each learning task.

 

5) Click here to access Web site Identifying High Quality Web Sites instructions ONLY if you are NOT able to to access OneNote 2016.

 


 

♦DURING CLASS TODAY (FIRST):

 

6) Complete the Identifying Fake News activities:

 

 

 

7) THEN work individually and in a small group to complete the Identifying High Quality Web Sites learning activities in order using the right side pages.

 

8) Click here to access Web site Identifying High Quality Web Sites instructions ONLY if you are NOT able to to access OneNote 2016.


 

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Mon, 29 Jan 2018
8-1, 8-2 Identifying High Quality Web Sites - January 30, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309130&memberid=134
Identifying High Quality Web Sites
  Essential Question:
When can you trust the information that you find on the Internet?
I can understand how the ease of publishing on the Internet affects how much I can trust the content of Web sites.
 
I can learn important test criteria that will help me to evaluate Web sites critically.
 
I can apply test criteria to determine how trustworthy and useful a particular Web site is.
 
 
 
Today during class you will complete the introduction activity to this lesson: Identifying Fake News.
 
♦If you are not able to open and access your OneNote Class Notebook below, click here to read and follow ALL instructions and steps in order.
 

 

♦Complete the following learning tasks in order:

 

1) Open our Eighth Grade Digital Literacy OneNote Class Notebook from our Office 365 Teams site.

 

 

2) Click the General channel and then the “Open in OneNote” button to open the Eighth Grade Digital Literacy OneNote Class Notebook locally in OneNote 2016 on your class computer.

 

 

 

3) Then click your private notebook with your name.

Ex. PenelopeMiller.

 

 

4) Click to open the Digital Citizenship tab in your Private Notebook and work at your own pace to click and complete the learning tasks in order.

 

Click the to-do checkboxes AFTER you complete each learning task.

 

5) Click here to access Web site Identifying High Quality Web Sites instructions ONLY if you are NOT able to to access OneNote 2016.

 


 

♦DURING CLASS TODAY (FIRST):

 

6) Complete the Identifying Fake News activities:

 

 

 

7) THEN work individually and in a small group to complete the Identifying High Quality Web Sites learning activities in order using the right side pages.

 

8) Click here to access Web site Identifying High Quality Web Sites instructions ONLY if you are NOT able to to access OneNote 2016.


 

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Tue, 30 Jan 2018
8-3, 8-6 Identifying High Quality Web Sites - January 31, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309131&memberid=134
Identifying High Quality Web Sites
  Essential Question:
When can you trust the information that you find on the Internet?
I can understand how the ease of publishing on the Internet affects how much I can trust the content of Web sites.
 
I can learn important test criteria that will help me to evaluate Web sites critically.
 
I can apply test criteria to determine how trustworthy and useful a particular Web site is.
 
 
 
Today during class you will complete the introduction activity to this lesson: Identifying Fake News.
 
♦If you are not able to open and access your OneNote Class Notebook below, click here to read and follow ALL instructions and steps in order.
 

 

♦Complete the following learning tasks in order:

 

1) Open our Eighth Grade Digital Literacy OneNote Class Notebook from our Office 365 Teams site.

 

 

2) Click the General channel and then the “Open in OneNote” button to open the Eighth Grade Digital Literacy OneNote Class Notebook locally in OneNote 2016 on your class computer.

 

 

 

3) Then click your private notebook with your name.

Ex. PenelopeMiller.

 

 

4) Click to open the Digital Citizenship tab in your Private Notebook and work at your own pace to click and complete the learning tasks in order.

 

Click the to-do checkboxes AFTER you complete each learning task.

 

5) Click here to access Web site Identifying High Quality Web Sites instructions ONLY if you are NOT able to to access OneNote 2016.

 


 

♦DURING CLASS TODAY (FIRST):

 

6) Complete the Identifying Fake News activities:

 

 

 

7) THEN work individually and in a small group to complete the Identifying High Quality Web Sites learning activities in order using the right side pages.

 

8) Click here to access Web site Identifying High Quality Web Sites instructions ONLY if you are NOT able to to access OneNote 2016.


 

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Wed, 31 Jan 2018
8-4, 8-5 Identifying High Quality Web Sites - February 1, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309132&memberid=134
Identifying High Quality Web Sites
  Essential Question:
When can you trust the information that you find on the Internet?
I can understand how the ease of publishing on the Internet affects how much I can trust the content of Web sites.
 
I can learn important test criteria that will help me to evaluate Web sites critically.
 
I can apply test criteria to determine how trustworthy and useful a particular Web site is.
 
 
 
Today during class you will complete the introduction activity to this lesson: Identifying Fake News.
 
♦If you are not able to open and access your OneNote Class Notebook below, click here to read and follow ALL instructions and steps in order.
 

 

♦Complete the following learning tasks in order:

 

1) Open our Eighth Grade Digital Literacy OneNote Class Notebook from our Office 365 Teams site.

 

 

2) Click the General channel and then the “Open in OneNote” button to open the Eighth Grade Digital Literacy OneNote Class Notebook locally in OneNote 2016 on your class computer.

 

 

 

3) Then click your private notebook with your name.

Ex. PenelopeMiller.

 

 

4) Click to open the Digital Citizenship tab in your Private Notebook and work at your own pace to click and complete the learning tasks in order.

 

Click the to-do checkboxes AFTER you complete each learning task.

 

5) Click here to access Web site Identifying High Quality Web Sites instructions ONLY if you are NOT able to to access OneNote 2016.

 


 

♦DURING CLASS TODAY (FIRST):

 

6) Complete the Identifying Fake News activities:

 

 

 

7) THEN work individually and in a small group to complete the Identifying High Quality Web Sites learning activities in order using the right side pages.

 

8) Click here to access Web site Identifying High Quality Web Sites instructions ONLY if you are NOT able to to access OneNote 2016.


 

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Thu, 01 Feb 2018
8-1, 8-2 Healthy Food Advocate Research - February 2, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309133&memberid=134
Healthy Food Advocate Project Research
 
I can read and analyze nutrition and healthy eating information on reliable Web sites.
 
I can make healthy eating and nutrition choices in my local community.

 

 
♦Complete in order ALL of the following assignments in your Edmodo Small 8-# Group.
 
1) Read the Be Food Safe section and Four Important Safety Steps of the USDA Food Safety Education site and complete Assignment #1.
 
2) Read the My Plate page of the USDA Choose My Plate Web Site and complete Assignment #2.
 
3) Read the Wisconsin My Plate page of the Choose My Plate site and complete Assignment #3.
 
4) Read the Teens Choose My Plate section and hyperlinks and complete Assignment #4.
 
 
5) AFTER completing Assignments #1-4, vote in the Teens Edmodo Poll.
 
6) Use the above nutrition and healthy eating informational texts, videos, and images to complete the Healthy Food Advocate Project activities.
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Fri, 02 Feb 2018
AWAKE Choral Festival - Silver Lake College - February 3, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=307795&memberid=134
HMS and FWA is being invited to participate in the 18th annual AWAKE Choral Festival on Saturday February 3, 2018. This event is open to all students 5th – 8th grade that is in band or choir. You learn four fun songs and travel to Silver Lake College to work with Dr. Franklin Gallo for the day. The best part is you get to sing and perform with many other students who love to sing. All registration materials must be turned in by October 6th to Mrs. Leddy or Mrs. Gensburg-Sawall. The cost for the day is $30.00. If you cannot afford the registration fee, please fill out a scholarship form and turn it into Mrs. Leddy. The concert will take place in Silver Lake’s auditorium at 3pm that same day.
Please see Mrs. Leddy or Mrs. Gensburg-Sawall for more information. smiley
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Sat, 03 Feb 2018
S.M.A.C. (Student Council) Meeting - February 5, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=307536&memberid=134
Attention all HMS/FWA Students:
 
Join us for our S.M.A.C. (Student Council) meeting TODAY from 3:15 to 4:15 p.m. in Ms. Krynock's classroom D109 or Ms. Miller' computer lab C118.
 
See you then! smiley
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Mon, 05 Feb 2018
8-3, 8-6 Healthy Food Advocate Research - February 5, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309138&memberid=134
Healthy Food Advocate Project Research
 
I can read and analyze nutrition and healthy eating information on reliable Web sites.
 
I can make healthy eating and nutrition choices in my local community.

 

 
♦Complete in order ALL of the following assignments in your Edmodo Small 8-# Group.
 
1) Read the Be Food Safe section and Four Important Safety Steps of the USDA Food Safety Education site and complete Assignment #1.
 
2) Read the My Plate page of the USDA Choose My Plate Web Site and complete Assignment #2.
 
3) Read the Wisconsin My Plate page of the Choose My Plate site and complete Assignment #3.
 
4) Read the Teens Choose My Plate section and hyperlinks and complete Assignment #4.
 
 
5) AFTER completing Assignments #1-4, vote in the Teens Edmodo Poll.
 
6) Use the above nutrition and healthy eating informational texts, videos, and images to complete the Healthy Food Advocate Project activities.
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Mon, 05 Feb 2018
8-4, 8-5 Healthy Food Advocate Research - February 6, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309139&memberid=134
Healthy Food Advocate Project Research
 
I can read and analyze nutrition and healthy eating information on reliable Web sites.
 
I can make healthy eating and nutrition choices in my local community.

 

 
♦Complete in order ALL of the following assignments in your Edmodo Small 8-# Group.
 
1) Read the Be Food Safe section and Four Important Safety Steps of the USDA Food Safety Education site and complete Assignment #1.
 
2) Read the My Plate page of the USDA Choose My Plate Web Site and complete Assignment #2.
 
3) Read the Wisconsin My Plate page of the Choose My Plate site and complete Assignment #3.
 
4) Read the Teens Choose My Plate section and hyperlinks and complete Assignment #4.
 
 
5) AFTER completing Assignments #1-4, vote in the Teens Edmodo Poll.
 
6) Use the above nutrition and healthy eating informational texts, videos, and images to complete the Healthy Food Advocate Project activities.
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Tue, 06 Feb 2018
Early Release - 12:30 P.M. - February 7, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=307208&memberid=134 Wed, 07 Feb 2018 8-1, 8-2 Healthy Food Advocate Research - February 7, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309140&memberid=134
Healthy Food Advocate Project Research
 
I can read and analyze nutrition and healthy eating information on reliable Web sites.
 
I can make healthy eating and nutrition choices in my local community.

 

 
♦Complete in order ALL of the following assignments in your Edmodo Small 8-# Group.
 
1) Read the Be Food Safe section and Four Important Safety Steps of the USDA Food Safety Education site and complete Assignment #1.
 
2) Read the My Plate page of the USDA Choose My Plate Web Site and complete Assignment #2.
 
3) Read the Wisconsin My Plate page of the Choose My Plate site and complete Assignment #3.
 
4) Read the Teens Choose My Plate section and hyperlinks and complete Assignment #4.
 
 
5) AFTER completing Assignments #1-4, vote in the Teens Edmodo Poll.
 
6) Use the above nutrition and healthy eating informational texts, videos, and images to complete the Healthy Food Advocate Project activities.
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Wed, 07 Feb 2018
HMS PTO Meeting 6:00 P.M. - February 8, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=306551&memberid=134 Thu, 08 Feb 2018 8-3, 8-6 Healthy Food Advocate Research - February 8, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309141&memberid=134
Healthy Food Advocate Project Research
 
I can read and analyze nutrition and healthy eating information on reliable Web sites.
 
I can make healthy eating and nutrition choices in my local community.

 

 
♦Complete in order ALL of the following assignments in your Edmodo Small 8-# Group.
 
1) Read the Be Food Safe section and Four Important Safety Steps of the USDA Food Safety Education site and complete Assignment #1.
 
2) Read the My Plate page of the USDA Choose My Plate Web Site and complete Assignment #2.
 
3) Read the Wisconsin My Plate page of the Choose My Plate site and complete Assignment #3.
 
4) Read the Teens Choose My Plate section and hyperlinks and complete Assignment #4.
 
 
5) AFTER completing Assignments #1-4, vote in the Teens Edmodo Poll.
 
6) Use the above nutrition and healthy eating informational texts, videos, and images to complete the Healthy Food Advocate Project activities.
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Thu, 08 Feb 2018
8-4, 8-5 Healthy Food Advocate Research - February 9, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309142&memberid=134
Healthy Food Advocate Project Research
 
I can read and analyze nutrition and healthy eating information on reliable Web sites.
 
I can make healthy eating and nutrition choices in my local community.

 

 
♦Complete in order ALL of the following assignments in your Edmodo Small 8-# Group.
 
1) Read the Be Food Safe section and Four Important Safety Steps of the USDA Food Safety Education site and complete Assignment #1.
 
2) Read the My Plate page of the USDA Choose My Plate Web Site and complete Assignment #2.
 
3) Read the Wisconsin My Plate page of the Choose My Plate site and complete Assignment #3.
 
4) Read the Teens Choose My Plate section and hyperlinks and complete Assignment #4.
 
 
5) AFTER completing Assignments #1-4, vote in the Teens Edmodo Poll.
 
6) Use the above nutrition and healthy eating informational texts, videos, and images to complete the Healthy Food Advocate Project activities.
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Fri, 09 Feb 2018
8-1, 8-2 Healthy Food Advocate Project - February 12, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309144&memberid=134
Healthy Food Advocate Project Introduction
 
I can read and analyze nutrition and healthy eating information on reliable Web sites.
 
I can use Microsoft Excel to design a three day healthy eating menu and shopping list within a designated budget.
 
 
2) Read and follow ALL Healthy Food Advocate Project instructions carefully.
 
3) Use your assigned budget to complete and edit the Healthy Food Advocate Excel File.
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Mon, 12 Feb 2018
8-3, 8-6 Healthy Food Advocate Project - February 13, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309149&memberid=134
Healthy Food Advocate Project Introduction
 
I can read and analyze nutrition and healthy eating information on reliable Web sites.
 
I can use Microsoft Excel to design a three day healthy eating menu and shopping list within a designated budget.
 
 
2) Read and follow ALL Healthy Food Advocate Project instructions carefully.
 
3) Use your assigned budget to complete and edit the Healthy Food Advocate Excel File.
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Tue, 13 Feb 2018
8-4, 8-5 Healthy Food Advocate Project - February 14, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309150&memberid=134
Healthy Food Advocate Project Introduction
 
I can read and analyze nutrition and healthy eating information on reliable Web sites.
 
I can use Microsoft Excel to design a three day healthy eating menu and shopping list within a designated budget.
 
 
2) Read and follow ALL Healthy Food Advocate Project instructions carefully.
 
3) Use your assigned budget to complete and edit the Healthy Food Advocate Excel File.
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Wed, 14 Feb 2018
8-1, 8-2 Healthy Food Advocate Project - February 15, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309151&memberid=134
Healthy Food Advocate Project Introduction
 
I can read and analyze nutrition and healthy eating information on reliable Web sites.
 
I can use Microsoft Excel to design a three day healthy eating menu and shopping list within a designated budget.
 
 
2) Read and follow ALL Healthy Food Advocate Project instructions carefully.
 
3) Use your assigned budget to complete and edit the Healthy Food Advocate Excel File.
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Thu, 15 Feb 2018
8-3, 8-6 Healthy Food Advocate Project - February 16, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309152&memberid=134
Healthy Food Advocate Project Introduction
 
I can read and analyze nutrition and healthy eating information on reliable Web sites.
 
I can use Microsoft Excel to design a three day healthy eating menu and shopping list within a designated budget.
 
 
2) Read and follow ALL Healthy Food Advocate Project instructions carefully.
 
3) Use your assigned budget to complete and edit the Healthy Food Advocate Excel File.
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Fri, 16 Feb 2018
8-4, 8-5 Healthy Food Advocate Project - February 19, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309153&memberid=134
Healthy Food Advocate Project Introduction
 
I can read and analyze nutrition and healthy eating information on reliable Web sites.
 
I can use Microsoft Excel to design a three day healthy eating menu and shopping list within a designated budget.
 
 
2) Read and follow ALL Healthy Food Advocate Project instructions carefully.
 
3) Use your assigned budget to complete and edit the Healthy Food Advocate Excel File.
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Mon, 19 Feb 2018
8-1, 8-2 Healthy Food Advocate Project - February 20, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309154&memberid=134
Healthy Food Advocate Project Introduction
 
I can read and analyze nutrition and healthy eating information on reliable Web sites.
 
I can use Microsoft Excel to design a three day healthy eating menu and shopping list within a designated budget.
 
 
2) Read and follow ALL Healthy Food Advocate Project instructions carefully.
 
3) Use your assigned budget to complete and edit the Healthy Food Advocate Excel File.
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Tue, 20 Feb 2018
P.T. Conferences - 4:00-7:00 P.M. - February 21, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=307209&memberid=134 Wed, 21 Feb 2018 WSMA Band Clinic - February 21, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=307807&memberid=134
WSMA Band Clinic at HMS for all grades during their exploratory class times.
Exact schedule and details TBA. 
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Wed, 21 Feb 2018
8-3, 8-6 Healthy Food Advocate Project - February 21, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309155&memberid=134
Healthy Food Advocate Project Introduction
 
I can read and analyze nutrition and healthy eating information on reliable Web sites.
 
I can use Microsoft Excel to design a three day healthy eating menu and shopping list within a designated budget.
 
 
2) Read and follow ALL Healthy Food Advocate Project instructions carefully.
 
3) Use your assigned budget to complete and edit the Healthy Food Advocate Excel File.
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Wed, 21 Feb 2018
P.T. Conferences - 4:00-7:00 P.M. - February 22, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=307210&memberid=134 Thu, 22 Feb 2018 8-4, 8-5 Healthy Food Advocate Project - February 22, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309156&memberid=134
Healthy Food Advocate Project Introduction
 
I can read and analyze nutrition and healthy eating information on reliable Web sites.
 
I can use Microsoft Excel to design a three day healthy eating menu and shopping list within a designated budget.
 
 
2) Read and follow ALL Healthy Food Advocate Project instructions carefully.
 
3) Use your assigned budget to complete and edit the Healthy Food Advocate Excel File.
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Thu, 22 Feb 2018
P.T. Conferences - No School - February 23, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=307211&memberid=134 Fri, 23 Feb 2018 Polar Bear Day 2018 - February 27, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309106&memberid=134 Polar Bear Day 2018]]> Tue, 27 Feb 2018 S.M.A.C. (Student Council) Meeting - March 5, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=307537&memberid=134
Attention all HMS/FWA Students:
 
Join us for our S.M.A.C. (Student Council) meeting TODAY from 3:15 to 4:15 p.m. in Ms. Krynock's classroom D109 or Ms. Miller' computer lab C118.
 
See you then! smiley
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Mon, 05 Mar 2018
Early Release - 12:30 P.M. - March 7, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=307212&memberid=134 Wed, 07 Mar 2018 Band Dress Rehearsals 7:00 - 11:00 a.m. - March 9, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=307808&memberid=134 Fri, 09 Mar 2018 Band Concert - March 9, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309007&memberid=134 Fri, 09 Mar 2018 End of Third Quarter - March 23, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=307213&memberid=134 Fri, 23 Mar 2018 Good Friday - No School - March 30, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=307214&memberid=134 Fri, 30 Mar 2018 Easter Sunday - April 1, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=307215&memberid=134 Sun, 01 Apr 2018 Spring Break - No School - April 2, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=307216&memberid=134 Mon, 02 Apr 2018 Spring Break - No School - April 3, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=307217&memberid=134 Tue, 03 Apr 2018 Spring Break - No School - April 4, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=307218&memberid=134 Wed, 04 Apr 2018 Spring Break - No School - April 5, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=307219&memberid=134 Thu, 05 Apr 2018 Spring Break - No School - April 6, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=307220&memberid=134 Fri, 06 Apr 2018 S.M.A.C. (Student Council) Meeting - April 9, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=307538&memberid=134
Attention all HMS/FWA Students:
 
Join us for our S.M.A.C. (Student Council) meeting TODAY from 3:15 to 4:15 p.m. in Ms. Krynock's classroom D109 or Ms. Miller' computer lab C118.
 
See you then! smiley
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Mon, 09 Apr 2018
7 - Fox Valley Tech Career Fair - April 12, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=307809&memberid=134 Thu, 12 Apr 2018 HMS/FWA Speaker Assembly 10:00 - 10:50 a.m. - April 16, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309008&memberid=134 Mon, 16 Apr 2018 HMS PTO Meeting 6:00 P.M. - April 19, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=306552&memberid=134 Thu, 19 Apr 2018 6 GATE - College Days for Kids - April 20, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309009&memberid=134 Fri, 20 Apr 2018 Literacy Night - April 23, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309011&memberid=134 Mon, 23 Apr 2018 6 GATE - College Days for Kids - April 27, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309010&memberid=134 Fri, 27 Apr 2018 HMS/FWA Spring Choral Concert - May 3, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=307776&memberid=134 Thu, 03 May 2018 FWA Eighth Grade San Diego TRIP - May 4, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=308518&memberid=134 Fri, 04 May 2018 FWA Eighth Grade San Diego TRIP - May 5, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309012&memberid=134 Sat, 05 May 2018 FWA Eighth Grade San Diego TRIP - May 6, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309013&memberid=134 Sun, 06 May 2018 S.M.A.C. (Student Council) Meeting - May 7, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=307539&memberid=134
Attention all HMS/FWA Students:
 
Join us for our S.M.A.C. (Student Council) meeting TODAY from 3:15 to 4:15 p.m. in Ms. Krynock's classroom D109 or Ms. Miller' computer lab C118.
 
See you then! smiley
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Mon, 07 May 2018
FWA Eighth Grade San Diego TRIP - May 7, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309014&memberid=134 Mon, 07 May 2018 FWA Eighth Grade San Diego TRIP - May 8, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309015&memberid=134 Tue, 08 May 2018 HMS/GMS Band-O-Rama - May 8, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309016&memberid=134 Tue, 08 May 2018 Early Release - 12:30 P.M. - May 9, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=307221&memberid=134 Wed, 09 May 2018 Eighth Grade Awards Night & Dance - May 18, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=308523&memberid=134 Fri, 18 May 2018 Memorial Day - May 28, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=307222&memberid=134 Mon, 28 May 2018 Eighth Grade Great America Trip - May 31, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=308524&memberid=134 Thu, 31 May 2018 HMS/FWA Picnic - June 5, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=309017&memberid=134 Tue, 05 Jun 2018 Last Day of School - June 6, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=307223&memberid=134 Wed, 06 Jun 2018 Teacher Workday A.M. - June 7, 2018 http://www.hasd.org/pro/faculty/event_view.cfm?eventid=307224&memberid=134 Thu, 07 Jun 2018