Suite360 Assign a lesson to students from the lesson library
Easily assign engaging lessons from the extensive Suite360 Lesson Library to your students.
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You can think of creating an assignment as doing 3 easy steps:
- Decide WHAT the assignment contains
- Decide WHO the assignment is for
- Decide WHEN the assignment should be done
After locating a lesson that you'd like to use, click on the green "Assign" button (looks like a group of students) next to the lesson you'd like to assign to students:
You'll want to customize this based on the audience and may need to adjust it down if you find that students/staff are reporting that the post-tests are too difficult. The goal of the pass/fail threshold is to encourage students to pay attention to the content rather than going through the motions, but every student has different abilities and needs, so the system allows you to customize the pass/fail threshold for every assignment.
Now that you have decided what lesson(s) to assign, the next step is to name your module. The easiest way to name the module is by using two pieces of information: the purpose of the assignment and the date. For example, if you are following the scope and sequence and are assigning the first 6th grade module for September 2018, you might put the name as "September 2018 - 6th Grade Lesson #1." An example for an ISS lesson might be "Detention 9/1/2018 - Bullying." The exact naming convention is completely up to you, but the system does require each assignment to have a unique title. In addition, we do recommend that you keep your naming consistent, as this can make it much easier to find your assignments in reporting.
The first step is to determine the "Assignment Type."
There are two categories of assignment type:
- "Group" - this is for groups of students and includes entire schools, grades, and classes.
- "Individual" - this is for individual students that you will choose from your available student roster.
You will then select the specifics of which grade(s), Class(es) or student(s) you want by clicking on the "Add" buttons (Add Students, Add Classes, Add Grades) under assignees:
When you're finished with an assignment, the final step is to commit the assignment. When finished, it should look something like this: