We’re going to be providing online education via google classroom for the next few weeks. I’m not worried about using google classroom - I never have before, but I’ll figure it out. However, I am worried about kids getting confused on various tasks and don’t want to overwhelm them. I’m trying to condense down to “must do’s” and develop a daily routine. Please keep in mind I only teach ELA and they will have 1-2 other teachers telling them what they need to do in math, science, social studies, and specials too. Here’s what I’m thinking as a daily routine: 20 minutes on an online grammar program we subscribe to Log in to reading curriculum, read a story and answer questions at the end by typing response into google classroom Silent read for 20 min (should I have then tell me the title also in google classroom?) Not on here: students typically do one workbook page each night to go with our reading curriculum. But I’m worried that adding that in there will be too much to track. And how would they show it to me - take a photo? So I’m thinking of scratching that but I’m not sure, as it’s preprinted, they all have it, and they’re used to it. I could have them read a story and NOT answer the questions at the end, and then do the workbook page instead. But I know many of them will not read the story then. In addition to this being new territory to me, it’s also new to the kids, and I don’t want them to fall behind or get frustrated in trying to remember everything they need to do. Any feedback is appreciated!