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Donna Oja Smith's English Class at Trenton High School

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Create an account to register in Mrs. Smith’s class:

     Go to http://www.edmodo.com

     Select “I’m a Student”

     Fill out the registration form with the group code I give you, a unique user name, and a password.  (An email address is not required.) WRITE DOWN YOUR USER NAME AND PASSWORD!!  WRITE IT IN YOU CELL PHONE!!

     Select “Sign Up”

     When you create a word document, PowerPoint presentation, etc., you can now log on to Edmodo and upload your work into “Backpack” to save it.  Later you can download it from Backpack to continue working on it.  When you’re done, you can submit the work to me through Edmodo without having to print it! [To get to the Backpack, click “Library” at the top and click “Add to Backpack.”]  With Edmodo, you can work at home, work in the library, or work from any computer with the Internet on the same document. 

     Once you have created an account and joined my class, you can post messages to the entire group or just to me.  From the post bubble at the top of your Edmodo home page, type a message, attach a file, type the name of the teacher or group you want to send it to, and click “Send.”

     To turn in an assignment posted by me, select the “Turn In” button from within the post, or the “Assignment Notification” on the right-hand side of your home page.  Then type a note in the “Assignment Window, attach any files, and select “Turn in Assignment.

     I strongly urge you to create a Google account, so you can use Google Docs.  This way, when we use the iPads in class, you can type your work in Google Docs and upload it to Edmodo.  Otherwise, you can’t type your documents on our iPads.

"He who learns but does not think is lost! 
He who thinks but does not learn is in great danger!" 
Confucius 551-479 B.C. (Chinese philosopher)

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"YOU make choices, but  CHOICES make you." (DOS)
 
“Men are not prisoners of fate, but prisoners of their own minds.” (FDR)

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DID YOU KNOW THAT NO PIECE OF PAPER CAN BE FOLDED IN HALF MORE THAN SEVEN TIMES?  TRY IT.  THEN GET BACK TO WORK.

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