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How to Submit on SchoolLoop

Go to your PORTAL on SchoolLoop:

1. Go to Current Assignments,

    and Click on assignment

2. Click on Locker

3. Click on Add

4. Click on New Document

5. Type assignment title

6. Type your assignment

7. Click on Save

8. Click on Exit

9. Go back to your PORTAL

10. Go to Current Assignments,

     and Click on assignment

11. Click on Locker

12. Check box next to the assignment

13. Click on Submit

Leslie Heidig

Course Outline/FAQ's

Class Syllabus & Digital Expectations



Welcome to 7th Grade English with Mrs. Heidig 

Google Meet + Google Classroom.     

     Each Monday we’ll meet in Google Meet for a skill mini-lesson, notes, and practice. Tuesdays-Fridays we will start in the Meet as well, and then we’ll try breaking out into 2 smaller groups.

     Grades will be about 25% Participation (being in class on time, camera on when required, talking when required, trying each and every assignment!) and 75% Skill Mastery (grades on assignments and assessments). All work will be done and turned in in the Google Classroom.


Classwork/Homework Policies.

      ALL work in this class is set up to be done in class so that I can help anyone who needs it. If students need more time, they’re welcome to finish later, but unless class time isn’t used wisely, most of the assignments in this class can and should be completed during school hours. I am a Reading/Writing Workshop teacher, which means each week we read one text together to practice that week’s skills, and then students have a choice of texts to read when they work independently. 


Information About Grades & Assignments. 

     Go to SchoolLoop for assignment grades, due dates. All work is graded online on SchoolLoop weekly, though some longer writing assignments may take me more than a week to grade. If the grade is “0”, it is because I have not yet received that assignment.  If work is late, students must tell me when it’s turned in so I can grade it!  Go to Google Classroom to do and turn in all assignments, as well as to find materials, the week's agenda, and any notes or slideshow from the week.  Go to my Teacher Website (here!) on the PMS site for examples & explanations.


Question About a Grade?

      Student: Ask me about it!   If it’s a written assignment that you submitted online in Google Classroom, look at the comments on the assignment in Google Classroom. If you receive below an 80% on most assignments, you can fix it and resubmit it, just let me know that you've done this so I can regrade it.  If you still have questions, come talk to me in class!  All BrainPOP Quizzes should be retaken until the score is 9-10 out of 10, and only then the score e-mailed to me from the BrainPOP site.


DON’T E-MAIL me about grades, TALK to me!


Class Norms for Digital Learning

When Using Google Meet/Zoom:

*  Mute your microphone before logging on

*  STAY in Meet, whether you’re on camera or not, in order to be marked present

*  Keep your camera on during class (unless otherwise instructed)

*  Use the Chat feature to ask assignment or content related questions only 

*  If you have lengthy questions or need more individual help, e-mail teacher or use the chat to set up an appointment after class.

*  Practice Digital Citizenship and use technology responsibly: your school Google account activities are being monitored.


Online Discussion Norms (this includes written discussion in any technology programs like Padlet, Peardeck, etc.) :

*  Participate and contribute to the conversation

*  Help Others

*  Use proper academic writing style, appropriate classroom language

*  Respect diversity and different viewpoints

*  No bullying, disrespectful language, or disruptive side chats/comments

*  Make sure you are using the platform to answer the question and stay on task

Leslie Heidig
Leslie Heidig
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