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    Student Workspace Overview

    Overview

    Use Workspace Icons 1. Click To Do.

    • The To Do section provides students with a list of the work that they need to practice and complete. In addition, this is the area where students can access past and present assessments.

    − The name of the icon on the Student Workspace appears when you hover over it.

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    2. Click Home.

    3. Click Words to Know.

    • Words to Know gives your students access to key academic and domain vocabulary that are infused into all of the text that students will read during the week.

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    4. Click any of the Words to Know and get a definition and an example of how the word is used.

    5. Click X to return back to the Student Workspace.

    • Students can click the audio button to have each word’s pronunciation and definition read aloud.

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    6. Click Write.

    • The Write section is where students can access online mini-lessons that are focused on a variety of facets of the writing process.

    7. Click Home.

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    8. Click Games.

    • The Games section provides students with a wide range of games that support foundational skills, vocabulary, and spelling.

    9. Click X to return back to the Student Workspace.

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    10. Click Read.

    • The Read section offers differentiated resources to each learner. Students can access all of their eBooks for a given week.

    11. Click X to return back to the Student Workspace.

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    12. Click Adaptive Learning.

    • If your students are enrolled in WonderWorks, they will have access to Adaptive Learning.

    • Adaptive Learning offers an individualized learning pathway that builds foundational skills for students with active IEPs.

    • These icons are also available on all pages in the program, at the bottom of the screen.

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    Use the Workspace Toolbar 1. Click My Binder.

    • My Binder provides another way students can access their work and tests.

    2. Click Collaborate.

    • The Collaborate section provides a place where students and teachers can interact in a virtual environment. As a teacher, you can pose a specific question and allow students to create conversation around those questions.

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    3. Click Resources.

    • The Resources section provides you with all of the resources you might need for instruction.

    4. Click School to Home.

    • The School to Home section provides you with the letter of the week that your students’ families and caregivers have received and word workouts, comprehension checks, and spelling lists.

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    5. Click Home.

    • Other tools available include notes, the course glossary, and the program search.

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