Introduce your students to Literal

Introduce your students to Literal


Student-Facing Messaging:

Teachers, you can copy and share this text with students.
(If you're adding students with a code, don't forget to include it below the "Joining with a code" help link. If you added students with Google or Clever, just delete that section.)

Students, I'm excited to introduce you to Literal! 
Here's a video to tell you what it's about. 
Now, take a guided tour of Literal, just for students by clicking this link.

You'll need this code👇 to join with a code.

Watch this video for help. 

You can get started in the book I've assigned right away. 
or ask and I can help you. 


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