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==Settings for specific assignment types (1.7 onwards)==
 
  
Each assignment type, except offline assignment, has further settings which are detailed on the relevant assignment type pages:
 
*[[Upload a single file assignment|Upload a single file]]
 
*[[Online text assignment|Online text]]
 
*[[Advanced uploading of files assignment|Advanced uploading of files]]
 
 
6th Grade Study Guide
 
Lessons 1-5 Phrases, Clauses, and Sentences
 
4 Write an adjectival phrase in the blank.
 
ex:  I’d like some of that cake ___ . _____________
 
      Paintings ___ were on the walls. _____________
 
 
4 Write an adverbial phrase in the blank.
 
ex:  Sally ran ___.  _____________
 
          The sandcastle was built____. _____________
 
 
7  Underline the prepositional phrase in each sentence. Mark whether the phrase is adjectival or adverbial.
 
  Adjectival   Adverbial
 
ex: Grandma came to the house.
 
The group of students sat together.
 
She talked into the microphone.
 
 
4  Write the simple subject and the simple predicate.
 
Subject Predicate
 
ex:  Mrs. Leciejewski gave us homework.      ___________  ___________
 
      The men explored the volcano.       ___________  ___________          
 
 
5 Add words to create a complete sentence.
 
ex:  into the tunnel
 
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      pizza with pepperoni
 
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5  Separate the subject from the predicate with a line
 
ex:  Erica won the grand prize.
 
      The green grass was very long.
 
 
3 Writing sentences that have a compound subject, predicate, or both.
 
 
4 Mark whether sentence is natural or inverted.
 
Natural Inverted
 
ex: Through the woods ran the jogger.
 
      The teacher read a story to the children.
 
 
4 Mark the correct type of sentence declar, interr, imper, or exclam.
 
ex: I saw a goose on the way to school.      Dec Int Imp Exc
 
  Hand me that pencil.  Dec Int Imp Exc
 
4 Underline the subject and predicate in the independent clause in each compound sentence.  Circle the coordinate conjunction.
 
ex: Sheila sang a song, but Julie danced a jig.
 
      She looked angry, yet she did not yell.
 
 
2 Combine each pair of simple sentences to form one compound sentence.
 
ex: We may go to the movies tonight.  We may go bowling.
 
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== Common module settings ==
 
== Common module settings ==

Revision as of 20:03, 3 April 2009

Template:Assignments An Assignment is an activity that a teacher can select by a pull down menu in a course topic or week section. This page is about the Assignment settings, also found with the Update Assignment button.

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Common module settings

Group mode

When course group mode is turned on, the group mode can be one of three levels: no groups, separate groups or visible groups.

Visible

Choose whether to Show or Hide the assignment

ID number

Setting an ID number provides a way of identifying the assignment for grade calculation purposes. If the activity is not included in any grade calculation then the ID number field can be left blank.

Tips and tricks

  • Want to use an Assignment activity again? Copy the assignment by backing up the course and selecting just the assignment, with or without students and their data. Restore the backup to the same course or to a new course. Move the copied assignment and or edit it.
  • Want to use an Assignment activity in another course you teach? Use the import function in the course administration block.

See also