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Site for making word cards and notes that makes studying a treat since it has newly designed mobile application. Suitable for Japanese Language Teachers to explain Passive, Causative and …

Site for making word cards and notes that makes studying a treat since it has newly designed mobile application. Suitable for Japanese Language Teachers to explain Passive, Causative and Passive-Causative to the students of intensive course.

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  • 1. Tech what you teach. www.studyblue.com
  • 2. StudyBlue teachers can…1. Create weekly flashcards from vocab lists and share them with students.2. Have students create their own flashcards and study them on their mobile phones or class computers.3. Create in-class activities using StudyBlue flashcards. For more on using StudyBlue in your classroom, contact Zachg@studyblue.com, or visit our online support community at http://s.tudy.it/teacherhelp
  • 3. StudyBlue students can…1. Study in class, at home, and on-the-go with StudyBlue’s mobile app.2. Quiz themselves and track their progress.3. Set study reminders.4. Collaborate with classmates from their school or from people around the world. For more on using StudyBlue in your classroom, contact Zachg@studyblue.com, or visit our online support community at http://s.tudy.it/teacherhelp
  • 4. Create your free account. www.studyblue.com/teachersFor more on using StudyBlue in your classroom, contact Zachg@studyblue.com, or visit our online support community at http://s.tudy.it/teacherhelp
  • 5. Get Started. Search for your school, or add it to StudyBlue.For more on using StudyBlue in your classroom, contact Zachg@studyblue.com, or visit our online support community at http://s.tudy.it/teacherhelp
  • 6. Get Started.Your landing page will allow you to make flashcards, find study materials on StudyBlue, or study materials already saved in your Backpack. For more on using StudyBlue in your classroom, contact Zachg@studyblue.com, or visit our online support community at http://s.tudy.it/teacherhelp
  • 7. Your digital backpack.This is your personal “homepage,” where your folders, flashcards, and documents are saved and where you can see your progress and recently studied materials. For more on using StudyBlue in your classroom, contact Zachg@studyblue.com, or visit our online support community at http://s.tudy.it/teacherhelp
  • 8. Step 1Create your class.
  • 9. Create a class. Choose or add your school Select or add your classFor more on using StudyBlue in your classroom, contact Zachg@studyblue.com, or visit our online support community at http://s.tudy.it/teacherhelp
  • 10. Create a class. Add the course instructor (you!)For more on using StudyBlue in your classroom, contact Zach@studyblue.com, or visit our online support community at http://s.tudy.it/teacherhelp
  • 11. Create a class. Your class is now in your Backpack and is ready for adding course material and sharing with your students.For more on using StudyBlue in your classroom, contact Zachg@studyblue.com, or visit our online support community at http://s.tudy.it/teacherhelp
  • 12. Step 2Build your class with course materials
  • 13. Add study materials.Within your class, add new flashcards or upload your own notes. For more on using StudyBlue in your classroom, contact Zachg@studyblue.com, or visit our online support community at http://s.tudy.it/teacherhelp
  • 14. FlashcardsAdd newcards. Type terms and definitions. For more on using StudyBlue in your classroom, contact Zachg@studyblue.com, or visit our online support community at http://s.tudy.it/teacherhelp
  • 15. Flashcards As you type your flashcards, matching public cards will appear below.For more on using StudyBlue in your classroom, contact Zachg@studyblue.com, or visit our online support community at http://s.tudy.it/teacherhelp
  • 16. FlashcardsNew cardrecommendations appearon the left-hand side For more on using StudyBlue in your classroom, contact Zachg@studyblue.com, or visit our online support community at http://s.tudy.it/teacherhelp
  • 17. Flashcards You can change the name of your flashcard deck in the upper left corner by simply clicking on the text.For more on using StudyBlue in your classroom, contact Zachg@studyblue.com, or visit our online support community at http://s.tudy.it/teacherhelp
  • 18. FlashcardsOnce you’re done creating, all your flashcards will appear on the deck’s main screen. For more on using StudyBlue in your classroom, contact Zachg@studyblue.com, or visit our online support community at http://s.tudy.it/teacherhelp
  • 19. Upload notes. Upload files directly into your backpack. You can then take these notes and make them into a new flashcard deck.For more on using StudyBlue in your classroom, contact Zachg@studyblue.com, or visit our online support community at http://s.tudy.it/teacherhelp
  • 20. Turn notes into flashcards. Type new flashcards here. World War 2 Your uploaded notes here.For more on using StudyBlue in your classroom, contact Zachg@studyblue.com, or visit our online support community at http://s.tudy.it/teacherhelp
  • 21. Share your flashcards Easily share flashcard decks with students by email, posting to Facebook, or Tweeting.For more on using StudyBlue in your classroom, contact Zachg@studyblue.com, or visit our online support community at http://s.tudy.it/teacherhelp
  • 22. Step 3Let’s Study!
  • 23. Review Flashcards On the deck’s main page, you will see green boxes with the options to Flip Cards, Take Quiz, and make a Review Sheet for that flashcard deck. You can also choose to study the deck later. At the bottom, you have the option to study 5, 10, 20, or all cards in your deck, along with sorting the cards in order, random, hardest to easiest*, and least studied*. * SB+ is required for these featuresFor more on using StudyBlue in your classroom, contact Zachg@studyblue.com, or visit our online support community at http://s.tudy.it/teacherhelp
  • 24. Flip Flashcards When flipping through the deck, you can see the term first or the definition first. Keyboard controls allow you to quickly and easily study the deck.For more on using StudyBlue in your classroom, contact Zachg@studyblue.com, or visit our online support community at http://s.tudy.it/teacherhelp
  • 25. Take Quiz Create multiple choice, true/false, or ‘type the answer’ quizzes, or combine them all!For more on using StudyBlue in your classroom, contact Zachg@studyblue.com, or visit our online support community at http://s.tudy.it/teacherhelp
  • 26. Review Sheet The last option for your flashcards is to view the definitions and terms in a simple, readable review sheet.For more on using StudyBlue in your classroom, contact Zachg@studyblue.com, or visit our online support community at http://s.tudy.it/teacherhelp
  • 27. Track your study stats. Be able to easily track your progress on flashcard decks. It will show your estimated mastery of the deck, along with the option to study the wrongs or study the entire deck again.For more on using StudyBlue in your classroom, contact Zachg@studyblue.com, or visit our online support community at http://s.tudy.it/teacherhelp
  • 28. Share.Help your colleagues by presenting StudyBlue ata professional development meeting.Invite teachers in your vertical or grade team touse StudyBlue.Collaborate with your co-teacher(s) onStudyBlue. For more on using StudyBlue in your classroom, contact Zachg@studyblue.com, or visit our online support community at http://s.tudy.it/teacherhelp