What Classworks Lessons are Offered in Spanish?
The ILP mini lessons allow the instructions to be switched from English to Spanish to help guide students on what to expect in the unit. We do not have Spanish instructions for the activities, classroom instruction, Progress Monitoring, or student dashboards.
For students to change this setting, they can click their name in the top right, then select Español.
This will then automatically allow any Mini-lesson instructions to be translated into Spanish.
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