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How to Complete Projects (Students)

Once a project has been assigned to a student, the student can see and complete the project by following these steps:

  1. Students see projects in two places:
  2. example of projects on the student's main page

    • The projects that are assigned to students are listed when they log in. New projects are orange in the list. The student selects the edit button to the right of the project name pencil icon.
    • select the pencil icon

    • Students can select Projects at the top of the page to see their assigned projects. Students will then see the projects have been assigned to them. Projects with a red banner haven't been started. Those with a yellow banner have been started, but aren't finished. Those with a green banner are finished. The tasks are listed on each project in the same colors to show you which ones are finished. To work on a project, the student selects the project.
    • examples of student projects with different statuses

  3. Once a project is open, the student can see which project tasks still need work. Red tasks haven't been started. Yellow tasks have been started, but aren't done. Green tasks are done. In the example below, the student has finished reading books about the solar system, has not read the news articles, and has started (but not finished) the writing task. To work on a task, the student clicks it.
  4. example of an open project

    Reading Tasks and News Tasks

    For reading tasks (for books and news articles), the student clicks an item to start reading it. (For books, you'll see a message telling you whether a book is Not Started, Started, or Finished - see the example above.)

    example of a student news task

    Writing Tasks

    For writing tasks, students select Start Writing. Then, they read the instructions and select the Essay Writer tab to begin writing.

    example of a writing task

    example of an open writing task

    Students may also select the Your Journal tab to see the journal entries they made while reading books; these notes may help the student with the writing task. If a peer review of other students' writing is required, students select the Peer Review tab, select another student's writing, and write a review.

    peer review example

    When the student has finished working on the Writing Task, the student selects Save in the top right corner. After saving, the student will have new options for the writing task. The student can choose to Continue Writing (if not done) or Turn in Writing if the student has finished the task.

    example of a writing task with the Continue and Turn In options

    Graphic Organizer Tasks

    For Graphic Organizer Tasks, students select the task, then select Start Graphic Organizer.

    select Start Graphic Organizer

    Next, students read the instructions. When they are ready to begin, they select the tab for the type of graphic organizer they need to complete. In the example below, the student needs to complete an Event Timeline. The student can then enter information about the Graphic Organizer and enter information into it. When the student is done, the student selects Save.

    timeline example

    After saving and going back to the project, the student has two options: Continue Graphic Organizer or Turn In Graphic Organizer. When the student has finished work on this task, the student turns it in to complete the work.

    graphic organizer task with the Continue and Turn In options

    All Purpose Tasks

    For all purpose tasks, the student simply selects the task and then selects Mark Completed when the task is complete.

    select Mark Completed

    Lexile Exam Task

    If the project includes a Lexile Exam Task, the student selects the task, then selects Start Exam to start the exam.

    select Star Exam