# **for parent reference ONLY** April 6_copy of Google Classroom Week 2

**Students will find this information (and more) via announcements and posts in their Google Classroom stream.**

Distance Learning Summary for Week 2 (4/6 - 4/12)

Solving Multi-Step Equations / Number of Solutions

The following 3 items will be graded for this week (& wrap up Cycle 5). Please complete by this Sunday (4/12) @ 8:00 PM:

- Go to student.desmos.com.
- Enter class code: WA3KYT
- Click "Sign in with Google" using your HISD email address. When you are signed in, it will save your progress if you have to leave and come back to it later or experience a tech issue.

**Graded Assignment will be the total points earned from KA exercises and videos**
2) LESSONS & PRACTICE - Now for some videos and practice problems in Khan Academy...
- Login to the HUB to access digital resources/Clever
- Select the Khan Academy app from any section of Clever
- Complete all assignments (both videos & exercises) in the order they appear.
***As usual, you may retry the exercises as many times as you’d like to get the grade you want! But before you attempt these multiple times, please consider texting me for some quick help @ 832-674-1019. Don't be shy! We could probably meet for a few minutes and clear things up.

3) Please submit a response in Google Classroom to the check-in question I posted last week in the Classwork section (if you haven’t already). I will also be posting a survey this week to find out when/how you would prefer to meet, so I can try to be available when you might need help...
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OPTIONAL - Extra Credit Opportunity for Cycle 5

Need a mental break? Want to play a game? :)
If you are fighting boredom and would enjoy battling your classmates with an entertaining game online... I have set up our classes (and myself *insert villain laugh here*) on ProdigyMath, a game that might make you forget you are doing math all together! If you want some extra credit for Cycle 5 and to practice some skills for next year, this is a great option.
GAME TIPS: At first the game will start out VERY easy and then get more advanced as it gathers your math ability and teaches you how to play, so give it a little time... I've heard good things from both students and teachers. If you select “playing at school” it will automatically join you in the same area to battle your classmates; choosing “play at home” will let you choose any area/world you’d like (details on this in attachment). Give it a chance, you might like it... 😉

https://sso.prodigygame.com/game/start

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Prodigy_Multiplayer Worlds Explained.pdf
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