Definitions appear for key words only in the XSEED One version of SuperTeacher, currently available for Grades Nursery-G6. Grades 7-8 of XSEED One will be released in the next academic year. Other variants of SuperTeacher have keywords only, without definitions. Check with your school adminstrator to find out which variant of SuperTeacher you have.
The video versions of English and Early Childhood texts are often done using animated characters, different style of artwork, or other visuals to assist in comprehension and make them more engaging. You may explain this to students and ask questions about the differences in visuals they have noticed, but the most important thing is that you focus on the comprehension of the text (which the children should both read and listen to).
Worksheets have a number at the top left that indicates the Block and lesson number, for instance Worksheet 10.3 is for Block 10, lesson 3. The Content Book is also clearly divided into Blocks, with 1-2 pages for each lesson. For example, you may instruct students to turn to or read "Block 10, Lesson 3".
The Practice Questions can be found after the Content Book pages. Simply flip to the final page(s) of the Content Book file to see them. The answer guide is still accessible by clicking on the Show Answer button.
The lesson plans are released based on pre-defined dates, which are mapped to your school's academic calendar. Please check with your school's XSEED Leader for more information.
The Block Assessment Report is not available in the App but can be found in the student workbook. You may check the daily assessment rubrics in the lesson plans, which contain the same details for each learning outcome of a Block.
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Please put your phone on "Do Not Disturb" mode while conducting your class. This will prevent any unwanted notification, messages showing up in the screen during the screen-sharing or casting. Note: Please don't put the phone on "Airplane mode" -- this will turn off mobile data and prevent you from using the app.