Week of 5-16-16 May- national Physical Fitness and Sports Month 3rd/4th Grade
May= National Physical Fitness and Sports Month
Technology Skills- Continue to locate, open, name, and save files with minimal assistance. Use a variety of shortcut keystroke commands, save, & navigate between 2 or more programs simultaneously on the computer.
Good Morning, Please take your seats, complete the quarter sheet, and place on top of the hard drive.
3rd- Review: How do you sit in your chair when you sit to type? How does the timed test help your performance when you are typing?
4th – Review: How do you manage 2 windows on your screen at the same time? How can this be useful when you are in need of the instructions and you need to produce a finished product?
Directions- May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month.
Rubric A= You will read the links below take notes for each link in a Google Document titled, NPFSM notes & your room number- Example: NPFSM Notes Rm 108. Place all identifiable information in the top left hand corner single spaced vertically: name, room number, date, and grade. Place the title in the center, bold, color blue, Arial text, and text size 18. You will then press enter twice, align left, and begin to take your notes single spaced. Your notes will be in black, font size 12, text Comic Sans MS or Times New Roman.
You will name the link using a Roman numeral, followed by bullets for the notes; make certain you have a minimum of 10 notes for each link.
The link below will give you information on how to type Roman numerals correctly. Read the information carefully to ensure a great grade.
I. President's Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition
-May is good time to get back to working out
You will later use these notes to show your knowledge about this topic in the form of a poster, 20 frame comic strip with images, or an acrostic poem.
We will continue to work on this assignment for the month of May collecting information from the links. You will read the links, open your Google document titled NPFSM Notes Rm 108, follow the rubric, and type notes in your own words. All links must be read with sufficient notes (min of 10 bulleted items) before you can move on to the final assignment. We will work together to create a rubric for the final assignment that will be due the in June.