Description: The article is about achieve login. The article focuses on how to use the achieve 3000 at the student side. First of all,you need to answer questions then you need to read the article and finally you need to state your position after you read that article.
We’re going to show you which tab you need to do and what you can do on each tab. I’m logged in to achieve 3000. I slipped this article. The first thing I do is I’m going to look at these five tabs. Those are the only thing that I’m concerned with. For the first one you’re going to read the question,you’re going to say if you agree or disagree.
That’s always going to ask you to make a decision and then explain why. For the next tab you’re going to do is the article and the article. You need to read it. You’ll read the article if you don’t what the words are,you can click on the little links which explain the definitions to you. You need to read this article. Then you’re going to go to the activity tab. The activity tab is little.
That’s important. This tab is going to ask you a series of questions. They are one through eight,some are one through five or one through ten. But they’re always ten or less. You have to score a 70% or higher otherwise it doesn’t count. It’ll let you take it twice. But if on the second time you don’t get a 70 or higher this article does not count towards your two articles.
If you need,you can refer back to the article to open this window and you can reread it while you’re answering this question. It’s the window. You can open the screencast. It’s the only choice on the one window but there’s a winner that pops up. You can close that. You can use that to read the article. If you reread it,it’s helping you with your reading comprehension. It’s helping you with your reading. It’s going to get you the right answer. You need to make sure you get the right answer so you get your 70%.
After you have done all of them,you’ll take onto the after the reading poll quiz. It asks you if you still agree or disagree. This is the same question. It’s going to see if you agree or disagree after reading the article. This is the important one. Activity and thought questions are very important. It tells you to write one paragraph. What you’re going to do is you’re going to come down here and you need to think about writing one article so you’re going to write.
You have to think about three specific things. First of all in the first sentence you’re going to refer to an argument or a position or a side that was referenced in the article that you read. It needs to state your sides,good or bad,right or wrong,up or down,left or right, healthy or unhealthy.
You can pick a side. You need to take a position. In the first sentence that you write you need to explain to me what your position is,do you agree or disagree with some topic that was discussed in the article. Your second sentence needs to cite a reference in the article for some piece of evidence that supports your position.
When you look at the article,you need to find some tidbit in there the scientist said this or some statistic or an interviewee said this. You need to pick out some piece of evidence in the article that you read that supports your position that you’re taking.
The third and final sentence that you need to write needs to explain why you feel that evidence you found supports your position. Instead of writing all those paragraphs,you need to write one well-written article to tell us what your position is,you need to tell us a piece of evidence in the article that supports your position and then tell us why that evidence supports your position. Once you’re done with that you’re done and you need to go on file article.