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Task 1- Using the Snipping tool
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Task 2- Using Files and Folders
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Task 3- Attaching file to school email
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Task 4- Using word online
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Jade Palmer

Professor Straub

Ed Tech 150

4 September 2018

MLA Format

Know how to do things in MLA format is very important for a student to have success in

school. Starting as a seventh grader my schools started to require all our tasks to be done in MLA

format. Even if we were hand writing an essay our paper had to have a MLA format heading and

such. These skills are still important now that I am almost done with my associates degree in

college.
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Task 6- Announcement

ALL students don’t forget about the field trip to the zoo on September 28!! You will need to
have a lunch and water it will be a hot day.

We will be leaving school in the morning on bus 25 at 8:00 and will get back at 2:30 just before
the bell ring.

Student please have a parent sign below to give you permission to go on the field trip

Student name(s): ________________________________

Parent Signature: _________________________________

Please contact with any questions

Contact Information:
Jade Palmer
Email: jadepalmer@email.com
Phone: 208-555-555
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Task 7- Multiple Announcements

ALL students don’t forget about the field trip to the zoo on September 28!! You will need to have a lunch and water it will be a
hot day.

We will be leaving school in the morning on bus 25 at 8:00 and will get back at 2:30 just before the bell ring.

Contact Information:
Jade Palmer
Email: jadepalmer@email.com
Phone: 208-555-555

ALL students don’t forget about the field trip to the zoo on September 28!! You will need to have a lunch and water it will be a
hot day.

We will be leaving school in the morning on bus 25 at 8:00 and will get back at 2:30 just before the bell ring.

Contact Information:
Jade Palmer
Email: jadepalmer@email.com
Phone: 208-555-555

ALL students don’t forget about the field trip to the zoo on September 28!! You will need to have a lunch and water it will be a
hot day.

We will be leaving school in the morning on bus 25 at 8:00 and will get back at 2:30 just before the bell ring.

Contact Information:
Jade Palmer
Email: jadepalmer@email.com
Phone: 208-555-555
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Task 8- Permission Slip

Dear Parents: For out current unit in History II we will be watching Saving Private Ryan. Due to
the rating of this movie students that are under the age of 18 must obtain permission from a
parent or gradian. If the signature is not received the student will not be able to watch the movie
and will do an essay to make up for the missed points.

Childs name (Printed): _________________________________

Parent Signature: __________________________________
Date:_____/_____/_______

Contact Information:
Jade Palmer
Email: jadepalmer@email.com
Phone: 208-555-555

Dear Parents: For out current unit in History II we will be watching Saving Private Ryan. Due to
the rating of this movie students that are under the age of 18 must obtain permission from a
parent or gradian. If the signature is not received the student will not be able to watch the movie
and will do an essay to make up for the missed points.

Childs name (Printed): _________________________________

Parent Signature: __________________________________
Date:_____/_____/_______

Contact Information:
Jade Palmer
Email: jadepalmer@email.com
Phone: 208-555-555
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Task 9- Calendar

September 2018 Schedule
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
8:00-Math 8:00- Reading 8:00- Math 8:00- Reading 8:00- Math
11:00-Library 11:00-PE 11:00- Music 11:00-PE 11:000 Library
12:00- Lunch 12:00- Lunch 12:00- Lunch 12:00- Lunch 12:00- Lunch
1:00- Reading 1:00- Math 1:00- Reading 1:00- Math 1:00- Reading
2:45- Schools 2:45- Schools 2:45- Schools 2:45- Schools 2:45- Schools
out!! out!! out!! out!! out!!
8:00- Reading 8:00- Math 8:00- Reading 8:00- Math 8:00- Reading
11:00- Library 11:00-PE 11:00- Music 11:00-PE 11:00- Library
12:00- Lunch 12:00- Lunch 12:00- Lunch 12:00- Lunch 12:00- Lunch
1:00- Math 1:00- Reading 1:00- Math 1:00- Reading 1:00- Math
2:45- Schools 2:45- Schools 2:45- Schools 2:45- Schools 2:45- Schools
out!! out!! out!! out!! out!!
8:00- Math 8:00- Reading 8:00- Math 8:00- Reading 8:00- Math
11:00-Library 11:00-PE 11:00- Music 11:00-PE 11:00- Library
12:00- Lunch 12:00- Lunch 12:00- Lunch 12:00- Lunch 12:00- Lunch
1:00- Reading 1:00- Math 1:00- Reading 1:00- Math 1:00- Reading
2:45- Schools 2:45- Schools 2:45- Schools 2:45- Schools 2:45- Schools
out!! out!! out!! out!! out!!
8:00- Reading 8:00- Math 8:00- Reading 8:00- Math 8:00- Reading
11:00- Library 11:00-PE 11:00- Music 11:00-PE 11:00-Library
12:00- Lunch 12:00- Lunch 12:00- Lunch 12:00- Lunch 12:00- Lunch
1:00- Math 1:00- Reading 1:00- Math 1:00- Reading 1:00- Math
2:45- Schools 2:45- Schools 2:45- Schools 2:45- Schools 2:45- Schools
out!! out!! out!! out!! out!!

Contact Information:
Jade Palmer
Email: jadepalmer@email.com
Phone: 208-555-555
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Task 10- Lesson Plan

Lesson Plan
October 15,2018

Lesson: Passing a Bill
Author: Jade Palmer
Team Members: none
Date Lesson to be Taught: Begin the start of second semester
Grade Level: 11th-12th
Lesson Source: Mr. Gaudet

Concepts:
Learn the roles of civilians, congress, the president and other people in the process of creating a
law.

Objectives:
1. Will learn how to research what laws are currently trying to be passed
2. Learn the process of turning a bill to law
3. Learn the rolls of each person along the way

Idaho State Standards:

Civics and Government

Students in U.S. History II build an understanding of the organization and formation of the
American system of government, build an understanding that all people in the United States have
rights and assume responsibilities, and build an understanding of the evolution of democracy.

Materials:

Computer

Tasks:

Students will research a Bill that is currently on the floor that will be voted on. Once they select a
bill they will research the bill and the effects of it passing or not passing. Once they choose what
bill they want. If they want it passed or dropped the student will then write a proposal to share
with the class. This can be done in PowerPoint or and kind of presentation.
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Once the student is done with the presentation the class will then vote on the bill to see if it will
“pass” or “fail”.

Check for Understanding:

Ask if there are any questions for the class and if they have a better understanding of how bills
are passed.