Link to our Google Classroom: https://classroom.google.com/u/0/c/NTMzNTk4Mjg3NTFa
**IMPORTANT: Please note that there is a new attendance procedure that you must complete each day. All you do is select "Yes" to the question "Are you working on Google Classroom today?" This will be our new procedure everyday. You must answer daily to get credit for the day.**
Welcome to Read 180 with Mrs. Williams
Thank you for visiting my class page. Phase lll Remote Learning Plans are in place. Please visit our Google Classroom; the code is: is5astk. That's where I will be writing new posts daily and answering any questions you may have. We're continuing to work in Workshop 3. I have made new lessons for you to follow and we will be using Google Hangout this week to review and discuss and questions you may have. The times will be posted on Google Classroom and I will try to keep it the same each week as much as possible. I have included links so all you have to do is click on them. The new skills you will be learning about is plot structure and making inferences.
You can always check in with me, through Google Classroom, and leave a message or a question, and I will get right back to you. I will post the lesson link here and on my Google Classroom. So remember, you're only a click away!
Have you joined Mrs. Konopack's Elms Google Classroom yet? She has loads of fun resources to keep you busy. You should check them out. Here's the link: https://www.jacksonsd.org/Domain/1233From Mrs. Feibelman:Below, please find a few resources you, your students, and your students' families can refer to regarding managing stress and anxiety.https://www.nasponline.org/
resources-and-publications/ resources-and-podcasts/school- climate-safety-and-crisis/ health-crisis-resources/ talking-to-children-about- covid-19-(coronavirus)-a- parent-resourceBelow, please find activities to reduce stress.https://extension.psu.edu/ programs/betterkidcare/ knowledge-areas/environment- curriculum/activities/all- activities/stress-busting- activities-for-young-children
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me: email@example.com
Here's a resource that was just shared with us that will help you if you have any questions about the HMH website. I know you will find it to be helpful and informative.
If you're ever absent, you can log on to Read 180 from home. This is a great way for you to catch up and you won't have any make-up work to do when you get back! And, you'll automatically earn a spot on the WOW board for being such a good student!
Here's the link: