Going 1:1 with devices (Google Chromebooks, iPads, Android tablets, etc.) in your school or classroom? Have administration breathing down your neck to use more technology and hands-on learning for your students? Then check this out!
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This product includes a link to a Google Document file with 80 (EIGHTY!) interactive digital slides to use during your To Kill A Mockingbird unit. No copying, No printing, No hassle...
11 Character Organizers
7 "Who Said It?" Quote Review Slides
8 Vocabulary Review Slides
31 Chapter Quizzes
13 Essay Writing Prompts
8 Analyzing Theme Graphic Organizers
Literary Terms/Elements Graphic Organizer
Film/Book Venn Diagram
Simply open Google drive, make a copy of the slides you wish to use. If you ARE 1:1 and your students are proficient with their own Google accounts and document sharing, then you would also be able to assign the centers to them individually as practice, homework, an individualized center activity, etc.
Why use a Google Digital Interactive product?
♦Paperless. Save $ on ink! No laminating or cutting!
♦Students work directly their own copy of the file if you choose, or you have the option of using as centers
♦Ideas and work automatically saved
♦Utilization of up-to-date technology
♦Use for implementing 1:1 devices
♦Students highly engaged and actively working
♦For use on Chromebooks, Android Tablets, and other devices
♦Renewed interest in learning
♦Pleases administration and meets technology requirements
♦Web-based file sharing operates in the online 'cloud'. Work from any device or location.
Designed for use with Google Drive & Google Slides but also works with Microsoft OneDrive.
DISCLAIMER: Please read before purchasing. This product is designed for users familiar with Google Drive, Google Docs, and Google Slides. Users are responsible for having a working knowledge of these programs (file copying/sharing, etc.) in order to successfully use the product. Users with basic Google questions are encouraged to read blog posts (www.alicekeeler.com is a fabulous resource!), consult school/district tech specialists, or simply GOOGLE your questions! Leave product specific questions on my TpT page.