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  • Google classroom gives you the ability to create and assign work for your students, all without having to print anything.

  • Questions, essays, quizzes and more can all be posted online and made easily available to your class.

  • To get started, navigate to the classwork tab.

  • From here, you can create new assignments and also view all of your current and past assignments.

  • To create an assignment, click the Create button.

  • You'll find assignment at the top of the list, but there are other options as well.

  • You can create a quiz.

  • Ask your students a standalone question or just post supplemental materials like readings or visuals.

  • You can even reuse a post that you've created in the past.

  • In this example, we're going to click assignment.

  • This will bring up the assignment form, where you can enter all the necessary info for students to complete their work.

  • Let's take a look First.

  • You'll want to add a title for your assignment.

  • If you'd like to include instructions, you can enter them into the box here.

  • If you click the add button, you can attach files from Google drive links to other content on the Web, files from your computer and even YouTube videos.

  • If you click the button that says Create, you can create a new Google Drive file from scratch.

  • Let's look at the options on the right hand side.

  • Using this menu, you can choose who to send the assignment to.

  • You can leave it set to all students or use the check boxes to make different selections.

  • Here, you can set how many points the assignment is worth by typing the number in the form.

  • You can also click the drop down arrow and choose ungrateful if you don't want the assignment to be a graded one.

  • As we mentioned in our getting started video, you can set up a grading system in your classes.

  • Settings.

  • If you've chosen waited by category, there's an additional step for you in the assignment form.

  • You'll need to select a grade category for the assignment or your students.

  • Averages won't be calculated correctly if you're not using waited grading.

  • Don't worry.

  • You won't see this menu at all to set a due date for the assignment, opened the menu here and then click this menu to access the calendar.

  • You even have the option of setting a time if you want using the topic.

  • Feature you consort and organize your assignments into custom topics.

  • From here, you can either create a new one or choose an existing one from the list.

  • If you'd like, you can add a rubric to the assignment and then use it later during grading.

  • This menu makes it easy to create one from scratch, reuse one from another assignment or import one from a spreadsheet.

  • Once you're happy with your assignment, you can send it using the button here.

  • You can also use the drop down menu to schedule the assignment for later or save a draft if you're not quite finished.

  • Once you click a sign, he'll be asked to confirm.

  • And then your students will receive an email, letting them know that they have a new assignment.

  • Google Classroom takes all of your assignments and automatically adds thumb to your Google calendar.

  • You can click the Google Calendar button to get an overall view of your classrooms.

  • Timeline.

  • When creating an assignment, there may be times when you want to attach a file from Google docks.

  • These could be helpful for giving instructions, study guides and other class materials.

  • When you use this type of file.

  • It's important to choose the right settings for the way you want your students to interact with it.

  • You can do that using the menu here.

  • Let's look at what each option means Students convey you file.

  • Use this option.

  • If the file is something you want your students to view but not be able to make changes to, students can edit file.

  • This option could be helpful.

  • If you're attaching something, you want your students to work on together or fill out collectively.

  • Make a copy for each student.

  • If you're sending a worksheet or document that you want each student to complete individually, this option will create a separate copy of the same file.

  • For every student on the classwork tab, you can easily create topics to group your class materials.

  • To create a topic, click the create button, then choose topic from the menu.

  • Topics can be helpful in lots of different situations.

  • For instance, you can use them to organize your content into the various units that you teach.

  • You could also use them to separate your content by type, splitting it into homework, classwork, readings and other topic areas.

  • Now you know how to create assignments, quizzes and other materials all in Google.

  • Classroom toe Learn more, check out our video on grading assignments, G C F.

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Google classroom gives you the ability to create and assign work for your students, all without having to print anything.

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Google Classroom: Creating Assignments

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/12/03
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