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Draw in Google Slides, Mapping Activities, Google Tips

How to Draw, Add Images, & Add Text to Google Slides

Video Guide


How to Insert Text Boxes

  • Click on the Text Box feature and place the text box where you want it. 

  • You can also resize the box


Change the Color of the Text

  • Highlight the text and pick a color

Insert Images to represent areas 

  • Insert Image and choose where you want to pull the image from.  You can even search and insert straight from the internet. 


Outline or Draw on Map

  • Insert, Line, Scribble 

  • Scribble Allow you to freehand draw 

   

   



Science and Social Studies Guided Notes to facilitate organized note-taking, visual for ELL and ESS students, and reflection questions to anchor learning.


LINKS TO SOCIAL STUDIES MAPPING ACTIVITIES American History Part 1 and American History Part 2


Video of Split-Page Note-Taking can also be used for mapping and researching. 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/736zx4tmvcbwyow/HowToTakeNotesVirtually.mp4?dl=0 


 

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Virtual Note-Taking Tips and Guidance

Why students need to take background notes on important content during virtual learning: 

  • To ensure correct background knowledge

  • To engage in the content

  • To have a reference guide when completing exploratory activities 


    Science and Social Studies Guided Notes to facilitate organized note-taking, visual for ELL and ESS students, and reflection questions to anchor learning.

How to organize online notes

  • Upload PowerPoint presentations to your online learning platform like Google Classroom and have students follow along as you review key information 

  • Upload Note-taking guide to your online learning platform like Google Classroom

  • Upload a prerecorded video of you reviewing the PowerPoint 

    Science and Social Studies Guided Notes to facilitate organized note-taking, visual for ELL and ESS students, and reflection questions to anchor learning.

Video of Split-Page Note-Taking 


https://www.dropbox.com/s/736zx4tmvcbwyow/HowToTakeNotesVirtually.mp4?dl=0 


 

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Blended Learning in Classrooms, Digital Learning, Google Classroom


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World Geography Vocabulary Matching for Secondary Students during Distance Learning 

World Geography Activity, Distance Learning, Virtual Learning, Google Classroom Lesson

These geography vocabulary matching pages are perfect for your visual learners.  Students can digitally drag and drop definitions, vocabulary words, and images.  This activity also has a print version for students to cut and paste matching definitions, images, and words.  This is a great activity for vocabulary review for English as a Second Language Learners, ESL, and ESS students.  This is also part of the World Geography MEGA BUNDLE




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Social Studies Choice Board  and Digital Interactive Notebooks

Science Choice Board  and Digital Interactive Notebooks

Social Studies Digital Guided Notes

Science Digital Guided Notes

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 Virtual Open House Back-to-School Tips, Distance Learning

Virtual Open House Back-to-School Tips

Letting Parents Know When, Where, and How to Log into Open House: 

  • Send a flyer via email

  • Provide an Open House  sign-in

  • Post in your online platform

  • Post on your website

  • Use a Remind or other parent communication account 

Create an Introduction Video: 

  • Introduce yourself

  • Give your educational background

  • Explain why you became a teacher

  • Give a brief overview of your expectations as a teacher

  • Make it short, sweet, and to the point

  • Here is an Open House Presentation Template

Review your Syllabus with Parents: 

  • Class overview of curriculum materials 

  • Contact information and office/planning hours

  • Resource library

  • How to access student grades

  • How students will access daily work

  • School schedule

  • Ways to stay informed

    • Link to school websites

    • Link to your website

    • Link to school app

  • Provide a link for parents to ask questions or provide your email address

  • Provide a calendar of upcoming events 

 

Engage Parents in the Classroom

  • Ensure that students have a way to connect with you to ask questions, whether this means you are available live or an email to connect.  

Tips for Students? 

  1. Create a designated work space. 

  2. Create a schedule and follow it. 

  3. Wake up each day and get dressed for school. 

  4. Drink lots of water. 

  5. Say goodbye to social media and your unused devices during school time. 

  6. Know which online platform you will be using. ____________

  7. Make sure your internet, microphone, and speakers are in working condition.  

  8. Use your school planner to keep track of due dates or make a calendar yourself. 

  9. Participate in the lesson! Ask questions, respond to questions, offer assistance.  

  10. Use glasses when looking at the screen if you wear them.  They have special screen lenses, but sometimes I just use sunglasses:) 

  11. Take breaks and stretch, walk, take your dog out, drink water, have a light snack.  

  12. Ask for help if you need it.  Everyone needs help sometimes.  

Here is a FREE HANDOUT FOR YOUR ROOM

Student Virtual Learning Tips, Back to School, Distance Learning

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