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How to use SNAP! Digital
By the end of this lesson, I will be able
Find and open the Mobl21 app or
open the Desktop Widget
Log in to SNAP with your
username and passcode.
Become familiar with the tools
Understand the navigation of the
pages and be able to use the
Be aware of the differences
between Teacher and Student
Understand the basic technical
delivery of the lesson
STEP ONE : Launch Mobl 21
app on iPad, launch SNAP!
Widget or open Android App
*Please note that the screens may look a bit
different on devices, but work the same
A. Pick Grade Level
B. Pick Lesson Number
C. Click on Study Guide *
*NOTE - Study Guides have to be
downloaded initially as shown in download
instruction guide
Grade Level
Lesson #
Lesson Start
Log In Screen – use
Name and Password
On this page, you will see several icons on the
top of page and the objectives of the lesson
some icons are Teacher Only
Toggle from English/SpanishPage #
Quick Buttons to Pages
Each page in the book has a Digital Lesson
to indicate the time needed, purpose, resea
and a script to follow
Page 2 in each
title/lesson will always
state the
lesson objectives and
feature the teacher tools,
and tasks. In the reading
section, the Q&A will be
active. Grayed areas are
always inactive.
Fluency appears
on page 3 of
each lesson in
Grades 2 through
5 only
Student types in their score
from page 3, and clicks on the
Strongman’s body – you should
hear a “Ding” which signals that
this fluency score has been
uploaded to your student
This page is where
you will build
knowledge of the
subject. We may
refer to this as BBK
in notes or Teacher
We include Maps & Stuff
in our titles. Most have
interactivity in relationship
to the story.
Clicking on these buttons
will place the character on
the screen
Vocabulary words are
presented in each
lesson and will be
either 2 or 4 words
depending on the grade
Clicking on the buttons
activate the read aloud
The reading portion begins
and the Q&A is now active.
You will find one or more
questions per page
depending on the title
Example of
Pages with icons, have
additional multimedia.
When active they will be
in full color
Example of Video Clip
Example of
“Did you know?”
All titles and lessons have
Graphic Organizers; Cause and
Effect; Sequencing, or other tools
to improve comprehension
Example of Blank Graphic
Organizer with drag and drop
answers below
Example of partially completed
Graphic Organizer
Story elementsretelling frame
Lesson One ends with an informal
CLOZE activity with drag and drop
options. Only the formal CLOZE at
the end of Lesson Three will be
collected at the website.
Students can submit their answers
and they will see which are correct
and which are wrong.
All lessons end with the reflection
and discussion of whether the
objectives were met
When you hit “finish”
this popup will appear

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