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Building an Assignment from a Copy

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Any assignment that is available school‐ or district‐wide can be used as a template for any new assignment that you build.

Caution: If you copy an an assignment that includes an objective-based test, and then edit the test, your edits are applied to the original objective-based test.

To build an assignment from a copy:

  1. From within the Courses & Assignment tab, click Assignment Archive.
  2. Under Assignment Search, select the search criteria for locating the assignment—Availability, Subject, Grade, and Status (or any combination of these.) Begin with a broad search for the assignment you want. Don't filter your initial search unless it returns more results than you need. If your search returns too much data to display, then it is practical to use additional filters.
  3. Click Search.
  4. Select the desired assignment and click Open a Copy.
  5. Assignment Builder displays the activities in the assignment. To add curriculum or create a custom task—Odyssey Writer activity or authentic task—click Add Curriculum.
  6. If desired, remove or reorder activities. Also, use this screen to add a decision point to a scored activity.

Note: Ensure that all folders include at a minimum one activity. Assignments containing empty folders are not saved.

  1. Click Complete Assignment.
  2. With the Complete Assignment dialog box open, rename the assignment and select Availability, Subject, and Level.
  3. When you have finished, click Next.
  4. Assign the assignment by selecting one or multiple classes or individual students.
  5. Click Finish.
  6. When the Assignment Confirmation window is displayed, you can choose to send the student(s) a message via the Message Center by selecting the appropriate check box and clicking Send Message.
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