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Progress (Points) - Week 2

Week 2


  333   A      (on pace to finish early)

  266   A

  257   A –

  249   B +

  237   B

  229   B –

  220   C +

  209   C

  200   C –

  191   D +

  180   D

  171   D -

    

Progress (Points) - Week 3

Week 3

  500   A      (on pace to finish early)

  399   A

  386   A –

  373   B +

  356   B

  343   B –

  330   C +

  313   C

  300   C –

  287   D +

  270   D

  257   D -

    

Progress (Points) - Week 4

Week 4

  667   A      (on pace to finish early)

  531   A

  514   A –

  497   B +

  474   B

  457   B –

  440   C +

  417   C

  400   C –

  383   D +

  360   D

  343   D -   

    

Progress (Points) - Week 5

Week 5

  833   A      (on pace to finish early)

  664   A

  643   A –

  621   B +

  593   B

  571   B –

  550   C +

  521   C

  500   C –

  479   D +

  450   D

  429   D -   

    

Progress (Points) - Week 6

Week 6

 1000   A      (on pace to finish early)

   797   A

   771   A –

   746   B +

   711   B

   686   B –

   660   C +

   626   C

   600   C –

   574   D +

   540   D

   514   D -  

    

Progress (Points) - Week 7

Week 7

 1000   A      Finish early

   930   A

   900   A –

   870   B +

   830   B

   800   B –

   770   C +

   730   C

   700   C –

   670   D +

   630   D

   600   D -  

    

Announcements - Week 2

Week 2 Announcements  



Beyond Google Week 2     

                                             

   

First - be sure to review all the What You Must Know from both Week 1 and Week 2.

What You Must Know - Weeks 1 and 2

   

   

    
Being very familiar with the concepts in What You Must Know could earn you up to 50 points on the Quiz, up to 25-30 points from Kahoots and other classroom activites, and up to 50 points from Quizlet.

     

     

Futre of Lying TED talk

     

The Future of Lying TED Talk video (worth up to 40 points) and the New Yorker essay Google's Moon Shot (about Google Books and worth up to 50 points) are are both highly recommended.

    

    

The Read, Reflect, Cite options for this week focus on Wikipedia.  This set of exercises is worth up to 90 points).  

    
    



Practice exercises are available for Week 2.  Earn up to 50 points finding answers to questions using the techniques you learn from "What You Must Know" and class.   

  

  

Quizlet for Week 2

Quizlets are a great way to practice for class, the quiz, and Kahoot while earning up to 50 points.  For those who enjoy video games, the Match and Gravity portions of Quizlet can provide a good challenge.

      
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