Archive for February, 2009

#15 Sixth Grade Sub Assignment

Posted in Uncategorized on February 23, 2009 by littclass

walkFollow Directions, please read them carefully BEFORE doing the assignment.

1. Open your email and have a new email message to me at open and ready.

2. Go to the site:

3. Take the virtual tour of this italian volcano, look on the page for where to go, sometimes links are small. Learning how to navigate a web page is a good lesson, you can do it!

4. Each place the tour stops write a SHORT line about what you see, when you are done email it to me.

5. Go to, and click on the lessons tab or the games tab. Practice keyboarding for 15 minutes.

6. When you are done, play Tux Math. It is found by clicking the Application menu on top left of your screen, under games.


#14 Eighth Grade Boys Sub Assignment 2/23

Posted in Uncategorized on February 19, 2009 by littclass


I’m sick today! Read these directions carefully, they are your assignment.

Keyboard practice: go to and press the “games ” tab or “lessons” tab and practice for 10 minutes.

NEXT: go to the Website Evaluation assignment below and READ THE DIRECTIONS! Do the Assignment, if you get bored of it , play Tux Math which you will find on the Applications Menu at the top of your screen under “Games”

Website Evaluation:

1. Read all the directions here first, then go to

2. Explore different websites you like until Mr. Litt tells you to stop.

3. Go to the “comments” link on the bottom of this post. Leave a reply and tell me two of your favorite sites and grade them A, B, C, D or F by this:

*Were they easy to use

*Did it teach you anything?

*Was it fun?

#13 Copy/Paste, Write, and Attach to email Assignment

Posted in Uncategorized on February 12, 2009 by littclass

little-girl-with-shadowFollow these directions:

1. Open an Open Office Word Processing Document.

2. Copy and paste ONE of the story starters below in red.

3.Make the letters black, the font 12 pt., Times New Roman by selecting what you pasted to the document and adjusting them under menu “format”, then choice, “character”.

3. Use your imagination and write a simple 8 line minimum story about what is happening to the little girl in the picture, using one of the story starters as your first sentence.

4. Save the story with your name, attach it and email it to me at

Story Starters: (Select, copy and paste only ONE)

Her name is Ana, she is standing outside because she ran out of the house when she saw her grandmother.

Ana stood in the road thinking. She was lost. All because she ran outside looking for her kitten.

I thought to myself, “When Ana looks at you that way, you know she is going tell you one thing and do another. Children can be difficult to babysit, especially when you are cousins and met only for the first time, today.”