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2008 Eng 3 Orientation
2008 Eng 3 Orientation
2008 Eng 3 Orientation
2008 Eng 3 Orientation
2008 Eng 3 Orientation
2008 Eng 3 Orientation
2008 Eng 3 Orientation
2008 Eng 3 Orientation
2008 Eng 3 Orientation
2008 Eng 3 Orientation
2008 Eng 3 Orientation
2008 Eng 3 Orientation
2008 Eng 3 Orientation
2008 Eng 3 Orientation
2008 Eng 3 Orientation
2008 Eng 3 Orientation
2008 Eng 3 Orientation
2008 Eng 3 Orientation
2008 Eng 3 Orientation
2008 Eng 3 Orientation
2008 Eng 3 Orientation
2008 Eng 3 Orientation
2008 Eng 3 Orientation
2008 Eng 3 Orientation
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2008 Eng 3 Orientation


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  • 1. Yvetta Jones Home Office: 954.628.4639 Email:
  • 2.
    • English III is a full credit course consisting of two half credits in Semester 1 and Semester 2
    • You may be enrolled in Semester 1, Semester 2, or even both
    • Each semester gives students 18 weeks to complete a half credit, or 36 weeks to complete a full credit
    English III
  • 3.
    • Go to FLVS website
    • Sign In with Username & Password
    • Go to Virtual School Administrator (VSA)
    • Sign In with same Username & Password
    • Sent to Dashboard
    • Select Options
    • Go to Student Records
    • Go to VSA Mailbox (school wide email)
    • Go to Specific Course —English III virtual Classroom
    Entering FLVS
  • 4.
    • Course Details
    • --Date course started
    • --Weeks Active (use with Pace chart)
    • --% of course complete
    • --Current Grade
    • Last Contact
    • --Student + Guardian + Instructor
    • -- Red ? Monthly Call Overdue
    How do I know my grade? How long have I been in the class? When do I contact my teacher?
  • 5. What is a Pace Chart? The pace chart will help you manage your assignments to finish the course. It is a good idea to write in the due date for when the assignments are to be completed. Assignments are due Sunday. Write in the dates to remind you.
  • 6.
    • You may choose to work at the traditional or accelerated pace.
    • Print out your Pace Chart from the Course Information area and fill in your due dates.
    Start with Pace
  • 7. Visit Course Information and read through the educator orientation. For basic questions about submitting assignments, accessing lessons, and other useful tips, Course Information should always be your first stop. You’ll find great tutorials there. Now What?
  • 8. Segment 1: Modules 1-4 Segment 2: Modules 5-8 Click here Then Here
  • 9. Finding Your Lessons Select the Drop Down Menu of the Module in which you are working.
  • 10. Lesson Layout Introduces the lesson Assignment Additional Info Make sure you answer all Parts in the assignment.
  • 11. How Do I Submit Assignments? You can save work as a file and upload an attachment. This is the preferred method of sending assignments. Just click “choose” or “browse” and find the file on your computer. Then click on the file. You can copy and paste or type your answers into the student comment box.
    • There are two ways to submit a file.
    • Copy and paste your work in the student comment area.
    • You can upload a file in the Optional Upload area.
    Click this box before you click “submit”
  • 12. How do I save files before submitting? 1. Save the file with the module and assignment number with an underscore. 2. Save the file with an rtf extension. This ensures that your teachers will be able to open and read your file. Right Way 1_05 Wrong Way 1.05 Very Important! Do not save assignments with a period; save with an underscore.
  • 13. What is my grade? Information on individual assignments. Information on your overall grade. Feedback Grade
  • 14. Your responsibilities.
    • To stay active in English III you must:
    • Submit the number of assignments each week (usually 3 or 4 a week on traditional pace).
    • Remember to submit more than the minimum whenever possible.
    • Fulfill communication requirements: Monthly Phone Calls and Oral assessments.
  • 15. Oral Assessments
    • At the ends of modules 1, 2, 4, and 6.
    • Call me when you get there,
    • or email me to set up an appointment.
    • Do not skip over oral components
    • review notes before calling
  • 16. Communication from your teachers Check your email everyday, if not every other day. Also check your Gradebook at least once a week to review your grades and feedback on assignments you submitted. We will need to have a monthly call where I speak with you and your guardian about your progress in English III.
  • 17. Technical Problems? Submit a help ticket at Speak directly to tech support: 1-866-322-8324
  • 18. Required Books You will need To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee for Module 6 You will need T he House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros for Module 7
  • 19. FLVS Policies
    • Monthly Phone Calls
    • 28-Day Grace Period
    • Academic Integrity
  • 20. Monthly Phone Calls
    • I must speak with you and parent/ guardian at least once a month
    • I send out notification a week before
    • Call or email me to set up time
    • I’m available M-F
    • 8 and 8
  • 21. 28-Day Grace Period
    • Trial period
    • Withdraw at any time in first 28 days, no grade
    • Withdraw after grace period, WF (withdrawal failing) will appear on your transcript
  • 22. Academic Integrity
    • In registering for this class, you agree to submit your own authentic work, not borrowed from another student or another source without giving them credit.
    • FLVS policy is you may be removed from the course if you don’t abide by this policy.
    • We use programs like to verify that your work is your own.
  • 23. Importance of Staying on Pace
    • It is very important that you stay on pace and complete assignments each week, in order to successfully complete the course!
    • When you fall behind pace your grade may be lowered or you may be dropped from the course.
    • Communicate with your teacher if you are unable
    • to complete work or need help
    • with an assignment.
  • 24. Feeling Confused
    • No worries…that is what we
    • are here for, to help guide you!
    • I am available from 8am-8pm @ 954.628.4639.
    • Phone calls and emails will
    • usually be returned within 24
    • hours.