It's the week of August 28
and Seating Charts
BELL WORK : Begin each class period by typing in Microtype for 10 minutes.
Uses a mixture of both BIM I and PIT TEKS standards.
To learn about yourself, your classmates, and BPA
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Here's a "Netiquette Rule" to get you started.
Did you know that using all capital letters in an email signifies the writer is angry with you? What do you think a reader would feel if you used Bold text for some of the words in an email? What are other things you can think of that can provoke a negative response when using online communication?
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Students will take the following Learning Assessments and create seating charts based on the results. For each assessment, there is a seating chart assignment. Worksheets will open through Dropbox. Download and enable editing (in Word), Highlight the correct Answers, score and Type Your Name and Score in the header. Save As and put on your e-Portfolio under Microsoft Office - WORD.
Monday and Tuesday
1. Learning Styles Worksheet
2. Seating Chart #1
3. What's Your Color Worksheet
4. Seating Chart #2
Thursday and Friday
5. What Creature are You?
6. Seating Chart #3 with Rubric
Turn in the Assessments for daily grades. The FINAL Seating Chart will be a TEST GRADE. Allow yourself enough time on Friday to post your FINAL seating chart on your e-Portfolio (Posting it will be a daily grade). Create a reflection about what you learned by doing this assignment. If you learned a few new shortcuts, explain. If you better understand how architects use diagramming, tell your readers about it.
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