Google Classroom Instructions

Join a Google Classroom

  1. Open Google Chrome and search for Google Classroom
  2. Select “Sign In”
  3. If prompted, provide your HISD
  4. Note: *if another sign in pops up enter your gradespeed sign in information.
  5. Once signed in, click the “+” icon at the top right banner.
  6. Choose “Join class.”
  7. Enter the class code:
  8. Click Join.
  9. You will now see your class when logged into Google Classroom.

Attach or create items for your assignment

  1. If your teacher attached a file, click the thumbnail to open and review it.
  2. (Optional) To attach an item:
    1. Next to Add, click the Down arrow  Drive , Link , or File .
    2. Select the attachment or enter the URL for a link and clickAdd.
  3. (Optional) To create a new attachment:
    1. Next to Create, click the Down arrow and select the file type.

Under Your work, a new file appears.

  1. Click the file and enter your information.

Note: You can attach or create more than one file.

  1. (Optional) To remove an attachment, click Remove.
  2. (Optional) Add a private comment to your teacher and clickPost.
  3. ClickTurn In and confirm.

The status of the assignment changes to Done.

Class Codes:

One: q9lhvb

Three: fvm7ru

Two: 1jl1nf4

Four: n49fg86

Six: pqsrx5

please view the google classroom site for No red ink instructions.

Fiction Books for Hispanic Heritage Month

As some of you may know, Hispanic Heritage Month spans from September 15 to October 15th. It is important for our readers to work with ‘window books’ just as much as ‘mirror’ ones. This means that as a growing reader you should be able to see other people as much as you see yourself in a book. Below, I have attached a list of fictional text to help your reader get started with looking through as well as understanding the complex diversity of those windows.National_Hispanic_Heritage_Month_

Hispanic Heritage Month Books