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Technology Registration & Application for Mrs.

Schauweckers Classes
TONYA K. SCHAUWECKER INSTRUCTIONAL PLAN PURDUE UNIVERSITY EDCI-566

Discipline
English Technology

Topic & Job Aid


The topic of this lesson is for students to register and use a variety of important websites in the English classroom. The initial lesson will be taught over two days in the first week of the school year. Because many students are distracted at the beginning of the year, are absent, or come to the school later in the year, a digital job aid will be provided via the class website for students to review and sign up for the sites independently. The digital job aid will be in the form of a YouTube video with voice narration that walks students through the different processes. Due to time constraints, it is likely there will be two different job aids one will help students register for the websites: NoRedInk.com, Quizlet.com, and Remind101.com. The other will demonstrate how to properly format and share a document using Google Docs. The class website can be found at: www.LakeHS.weebly.com. This site is currently under construction.

Target Population
Level: 11th and 12th grade English students in Mrs. Schauweckers English classes Population Characteristics: The students who will participate in this lesson are comfortable using technology for everyday life and in the classroom. They often use their phones for communication, entertainment, and even educational purposes. Some students are highly skilled in computer-based operations, while others have a basic skill level. All students have the ability to operate a Mac computer and will have login information prior to beginning the lesson.

Objectives
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.W.11-12.6 Use technology, including the Internet, to produce, publish, and update individual or shared writing products in response to ongoing feedback, including new arguments or information. Upon completion of this lesson, students will be able to: Register with the websites: www.NoRedInk.com, www.Remind101.com, and www.Quizlet.com.

Connect to their respective classes in the websites: the websites: www.NoRedInk.com, www.Remind101.com, and www.Quizlet.com. Use their school provided Google account to access Google Drive Create a properly formatted document in Google Docs Share the document with their teacher

Materials/Time
This lesson will take approximately two days of 42 minute classes to complete. The school provided laptop cart should be made available for both days of instruction. In addition to a laptop for each student, the classroom should be equipped with a projector and instructor computer. Network accessed wireless internet service is also necessary. Class codes for Remind 101, NoRedInk, and Quizlet should be generated prior to beginning the lesson. Each student should already have a school provided Google account prior to beginning the lesson. Any student who does not have this account information should contact Donna Zalar. Mrs. Zalar will be available for the duration of both days in order to help students with their Google account information.

Instructional Groupings
Instructional groupings will vary depending on the objective and activities planned. Whole Group Teacher will: Provide background information on websites and detail how to register for an account Provide background information on Google Docs Explain course requirements of using Google Docs Independent Activities Students will: Complete website registration according to proper class codes

Create a properly formatted document in Google Docs Share a document using Google Drive

Curriculum Links
In an effort to engage, motivate, and properly incorporate technology into the English classroom, as well as address multiple components of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), students will complete various activities using educational websites. These websites allow teachers to group students by class, providing applications that teach, assess, and communicate through mediums that students are already using cell phones and computers.

Scope & Sequence


Objective
Register with websites: NoRedInk.com, Quizlet.com, Remind101.com

Activities
Day 1 Introduce and explain why we use the topic websites for class Go to www.NoRedInk.com Give each class their specific class code Demonstrate the registration process Go to www.Quizlet.com Give each class their specific class code Demonstrate the registration process Go to www.Remind101.com Give each class their specific class code Demonstrate the registration process

Time
Day 1 Each website review will take approximately 10 minutes to complete for 30 minutes of class time Additional time will be used to answer questions, take attendance, and attend to daily classroom requirements

Tools
Internet Laptop cart www.NoRedInk.com www.Quizlet.com www.Remind101.com Job Aids

Assessment
Students will properly register and join appropriate classes by Friday.

Use school provided Google account information to access Google Drive Create a properly formatted document in Google Docs

Share the document with the teacher

Day 2 Go to www.drive.google.com Sign in using school Gmail account Create a new document Properly format a document for formal essays (12 point font, Times New Roman, one inch margin, double spaced) with proper heading Share the document

Day 2 One class period of instructional activities and independent work. If not completed in class, must be completed as homework

Laptop cart Internet Google Drive Google Account Scoring rubric Job Aid

Students will share the properly formatted document with the teacher by Friday Teacher will apply a rubric for assessing the properly formatted document and to determine if students registered for and joined their appropriate classes on the required websites.

Supplementary Materials
Students will be provided with a syllabus on the first day of class that explains why we integrate technology into the classroom and which websites we will use frequently.

Evaluation of Learners
Upon completion of the daily activities, the teacher will determine if students are able to perform designated tasks. Teacher will observe students properly registering and joining classes. Teacher will apply a rubric to determine if a document was properly formatted in Google Docs and if students properly registered and joined the appropriate class. (Appendix A). Teacher will access email to determine if all students were able to share the document through Google Drive. Teacher will gather registration data from websites. If students are not able to completely reach the objective, they will be instructed to review the job aid videos to assist them. If application of the job aid to the tasks does not produce the intended effects, teacher will assist student with additional interventions.

Evaluation of Teaching
In order to determine if the lesson was effective, the teacher will observe students properly registering and joining classes. Teacher will apply a rubric to determine if a document was properly formatted in Google Docs (Appendix A). Teacher will access email to determine if all students were able to share the document through Google Drive. Teacher will gather registration data from websites. Additionally, teacher will debrief students at the end of the two-day lesson to ascertain which aspects of the lesson were most helpful, which need improving, and which were unnecessary. Long-term evaluation of learning will be assessed by students ability to properly use the websites and Google Docs throughout the school year for a variety of assignments. If students are successfully using the designated websites and are using and formatting documents in Google Docs, all lesson objectives will have been met and the lesson will be deemed successful.

Multimedia Principles
Coherence Principle: People learn better when extraneous words, pictures, and sounds are excluded rather than included. o The job aid will only cover the required components to assist students in the specific tasks

Signaling Principle: People learn better when cues are added that highlight the organization of the essential material o The job aid will include transition slides to signal the topic and arrows will be used to show students where to click Redundancy Principle: People learn better from animation and narration, than from animation, narration, and onscreen text o I will speak clearly as I follow the processes of registering for the websites and creating a document in Google Docs. Segmenting Principle: People learn better when a multimedia lesson is presented in user-paced segments rather than as a continuous unit o The videos will be presented in four different segments o Paper-based job aids also include hyperlinks to various topics Modality Principle: People learn better from animation and narration than from animation and on-screen text. o I will speak the directions for website registration instead of using all text. Multimedia Principle: People learn better from words and pictures than from words alone. o This digital job aids will provide students with an engaging and useful resource that will enable them to register for the class websites and to properly format and share a document in Google Docs. As the video resources will be available through the class website, students will have access whenever they need them, as opposed to paper-based directions that could be lost or left at school. Additionally, the learners will be able to retain the new knowledge better than they would with a single mode of instruction. Personalization Principle: People learn better from multimedia lessons when words are in conversational style rather than formal style. o I will speak using appropriate language and tone. The narration will be succinct and relevant. Voice Principle: People learn better when the narration is multimedia lessons is spoken in a friendly human voice rather than a machine voice o I will personally narrate the videos as opposed to using a robot to speak the directions.

Appendix A
Name_____________________________ Period_______

Class Website Registration Rubric Be a Technology Wizard


Registered and join the appropriate class: (5 points each) NoRedInk.com Quizlet.com Remind101.com Used school provided Google account information to properly format a document in Google Docs and shared it with Mrs. Schauwecker: (20 points) Times New Roman Double Spaced 12 Point Font 1 Inch Margins Heading: Name Period Assignment Title Date Title Centered, but not bolded, underlined, italicized, placed in quotation marks. Paragraphs indented Document shared to Tschauwecker@lakeflyers.org Permission granted is Comment Only Document name changed to the title of the assignment (For this assignment, it should be First Assignment with both words capitalized.) Total: ___________ / 25 Comments:

* REMINDER - Must be Lakeflyers.org account to receive points. Personal Google accounts may not be used for school related assignments. Your completed rubric will be shared with you through your Google Drive. Be sure to check your school email address regularly for feedback.