What do I do now?

Those Microsoft Apps / Keyboarding students assigned to Mrs. Durff will:

  • work in Petre 5 / Computer Lab  SILENTLY
  • are completing coursework independently
  • will receive periodic checkups by Mrs. Durff as her schedule permits
  • will receive grades from Mrs. Durff
  • will see assignments here (hint: bookmark it now)

1st assignment due Friday 3:20pm:

  1. Cycle 1 Lessons 1a-1i pp. 2-5
  2. Cycle 1 Lessons 2-2d pp.8-10
  3. Cycle 1 Lessons 3a-3d pp, 10-11
  4. Cycle 1 Lessons 4a-4f pp.12-13
  5. Cycle 1 Lessons 5a-5c pp. 13-14
  6. Study the Glossary – the terms will be on a quiz next week.

Hand in all typed work, double-spaced, Times New Roman, size 12, with 1″ margins –> PAPER COPY!

How am I graded?

  • 100%-92% = green group will proceed with new lessons
  • 91%-83% = yellow group will proceed with review activities
  • 82% and below = red group will proceed with repeating the lessons

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