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creating a writing prompt
Creating a Writing Prompt

Log into www.unitedstreaming.com

Click on the “Teacher Center” link

matt.monjan

*********

creating and searching
Creating and Searching

Click on the Search button to search for existing Writing Prompts

Click on the Copy link to add the Writing Prompt to your content or click on the Writing Prompt link to view the prompt

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Creating and Searching

Click on the Create New button to create a new Writing Prompts

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Create a Title, select a Subject Area, and Grade Level

“Out Damned Spot”

Click on the Save/Continue Button – BE SURE TO TURN OFF POP-UP BLOCKERS FIRST!

saving to my content area
Saving to My Content Area

Choose to Save to Existing Folder(like My Content) or Save to New Folder

Then select the “Save” Button

Select “Done”

Button

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You can then Preview your prompt or go straight to the Summary button

Give your students the Link next to point # 2 so that they can access your work!

creating an interactive quiz
Creating an Interactive Quiz

Log into www.unitedstreaming.com

Click on the “Teacher Center” link

matt.monjan

*********

searching for a quiz
Searching for a Quiz

Place a checkmark next to My Quizzesor Discovery Education streamingQuizzes

My Quizzes searches the quizzes that you have already created. Discovery Education streaming quizzes searches Discovery Education quiz databank

creating a quiz
Creating a Quiz

Click on the Create New Button

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What’s Shakin’ Shakespeare?

Add in your information – Fields marked with a * are mandatory

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Watch the video and then take the quiz

Fill in all of the boxes and check the Display to Students Box

Choose your Quiz Options

To understand Shakespeare “the Man” and how he developed his writing style

Don’t let Matt sit next to Hall!

Click on the Save/Continue Button – BE SURE TO TURN OFF POP-UP BLOCKERS FIRST!

save quiz to my content area
Save Quiz to My Content Area

Choose to Save to Existing Folder(like My Content) or Save to New Folder

Then select the “Save” Button

Select “Done”

Button

adding material to your quiz
Adding Material To Your Quiz

Choose the type of Material You would like to add to your quiz

Shakespeare

Search My Content or Discovery Education’s

check the boxes to add material to your quiz
Check the boxes to add material to your quiz

You can check as many boxes as you would like – you only need to click on done after choosing ALL of your material first

NOTE: You can toggle between full videos to segments, to images, songs, etc by using search box on left

adding questions
Adding Questions

Create your own question or use one from the quiz data bank

creating your own questions
Creating your own questions

Choose your Question Type:Multiple Choice (single answer) Multiple Choice (multiple answer)

Short Answer/Essay

True/False

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Shakespeare expanded the roles of two characters in his version of Romeo and Juliet. Those two characters were _____.

  • Enter your question
  • Provide a hint (e.g. watch the movie)
  • Provide a note when correct answer is chosen
  • Provide a note when wrong answer is chosen
  • Enter your quiz answers and select the correct answer
  • Click on the Add Question Button
  • Click on the Continue Button

Watch the movie

Great Job!

Oops try again

Mercutio and Nurse

Paris and Mercutio

Lady Capulet and Nurse

Friar Lawrence and Tybalt

choosing questions from the quiz databank
Choosing questions from the Quiz Databank

Create your own question or use one from the quiz data bank

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Choosing questions from the Quiz Databank

Enter a Keyword and click on the Go button

Shakespeare

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Place a check mark next to the questions that you want to add
  • Click on the question link to see how it is formed
  • Click on the source video link to see the video that supports the question
  • Click on the Add Selected Questions to Quiz button
preview your quiz
Preview your quiz

Print out your quiz in Word w/or without the correct answers

summary page
Summary Page

Provide the code and/or link to your students.

Students should click on link and then enter their first, space, and last name

creating an assignment
Creating an Assignment

Log into www.unitedstreaming.com

Click on the “Teacher Center” link

matt.monjan

*********

searching for created assignments
Searching for created assignments

Place a checkmark next to My Assignments, School Assignments

District Assignments, or Discovery Education streaming Assignments

Then click on the Search button

creating your own assignment
Creating your own Assignment

Click on the Create New button to create a new Writing Prompts

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Enter in the Mandatory Information:

Title, Subject Area and Grade Levels

Shakespeare Assignment

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All the world’s a stage! Shakespeare has been called the greatest writer of the English language, but who was Shakespeare? What kind of a world did he live in? Why is he so great?

Watch the videos attached in this assignment, and in combination with your research, provide an inside look at Shakespeare’s life and times, his use of language, and the nitty-gritty of Elizabethan drama.

Enter in your instructions, objectives and teacher notes (for your eyes only) and then click on the save/continue button

To understand how Shakespeare developed his writing style

Don’t let Billy sit next to Suzy during this session

save assignment to my content area
Save Assignment to My Content Area

Choose to Save to Existing Folder(like My Content) or Save to New Folder

Then select the “Save” Button

Select “Done”

Button

add material to your assignment
Add Material To Your Assignment

Add Videos, Segments, Images, etc

Or

Add Quizzes and/or Writing Prompts

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Add Material To Your Assignment

Type in a keyword – search streaming library or My Content then click on the Search button

Shakespeare

check the boxes to add material to your assignment
Check the boxes to add material to your Assignment

You can check as many boxes as you would like – you only need to click on done after choosing ALL of your material first

NOTE: You can toggle between full videos to segments, to images, songs, etc by using search box on left

add material to your assignment2
Add Material To Your Assignment

Add Quizzes and/or Writing Prompts -

Type in a keyword

Frogs

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Add Material To Your Assignment

Add a links to other websites

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Discovery Interactive Atlas

streaming.discoveryeducation.com/hotbox/atlas/index.cfm

Launch the Atlas and explore four countries that Shakespeare Mentions in his plays

Add in your links and give them some description

Click on the Close button

add material instructions optional
Add Material Instructions (optional)

For each asset that you choose (videos, websites, etc) you can add individual instruction.

Click on the Continue button

Watch the video and come to class with a report

Listen to the Gcast quote from Shakespeare\'s Julius Caesar. Name three more of his tragedies and get a bonus if you can add a quote. Get even more extra credit by staging a 2 minute play!

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Summary Page

Provide the code and/or link to your students.

Students should click on link and then enter their first, space, and last name

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