Once you’re all set up, you can begin to explore.
You’ll notice that you have two main categories from me:
- Activities (which help you practice)
- and Assignments (which are graded).
“My Activities” will get you another menu that looks like this (below), and from which you can choose all kids of ways to practice without getting a grade. This is also where you can get printable pages of what you’re practicing.
“My Assignments” are different. First, because they’re assigned (meaning you need to do them to get the grade). And second, they come with a due date. You can practice the “My Activities” all you want, any time you want… but get your “My Assignments” done before Friday ends.
Clicking on Assignments will take you to a menu like this:
Once you click on this menu, you’ll see what you need to do: in this case 25 attempts in 5 minutes. That is doable. Do more if you get some wrong, sure, but make sure you can do what’s required before you press Start Assignment.
How can you be sure you can do what’s required in five minutes? By practicing the accompanying Activities.
I recommend doing a practice activity multiple times and then doing the corresponding assignment. You should practice all week long, not just once, and take the assignment when you are ready. The point is to get ready during the week, not just on Friday.