Connect Homework Answers Spanish

Accessing Assignments in Connect


Exploring the Class Home in Connect


Using LearnSmart in Connect


Registering for Connect from Canvas


Scores and Results in Connect


Taking Connect Classic assignments in Canvas


Pairing a Canvas course with an existing Connect account




  • Use these common keyboard commands to navigate web pages without a mouse:
    - Check My Work   CTRL+ALT+C
    - Next   CTRL+ALT+N
    - Submit   CTRL+ALT+S

    - Check My Work   SHIFT+ALT+C
    - Next   SHIFT+ALT+N
    - Submit   SHIFT+ALT+S

    When you first enter Connect, you'll land on your To Do list, which surfaces all of your most pressing assignments. In the left panel, which can be expanded and collapsed (A), you'll find vital information for your studies.

    Click on your name (B) to find messages from your instructor, system notifications, a link to the Connect help center and a logout link. Use the Assignments menu (C) to find the To Do list, which a list of assignments due in the next 48 hours, and an assignment calendar. The Classes menu (D) contains a list of all of your classes. For scores and reports on your class performance, visit the Results menu (E).

    Visit the tutorials linked below for more information on how to use Connect!

    Registering for and purchasing Connect

    Registering for Connect with an access code

    Accessing assignments

    Taking assignments

    Getting to know the Connect assignment types

    Exploring the Class Home

    Scores and Results

    Using LearnSmart

    Using SmartBook

    Pairing your Blackboard and Connect course

    Connect System Requirements

    McGraw-Hill Education Connect® Accessibility

Getting to know Connect


  • Your instructor can assign you a variety of assignment types, including web activities (A), blog assignments (B) or file attachment assignments (C). There are additional assignment types, such as LearnSmart, but this is an overview of the three assignment types listed above. Take some time to familiarize yourself with them before they're assigned to you.

  • Web activities are straightforward and easy to use. Read your instructor's instructions and click on the provided links (A).

  • Blog assignments require several steps. To start blogging, click + New Post (A). Once you populate the text fields — the title and body of the post — you'll have the option to delete the post, save it or add it, which will make it visible to your instructor. You can also + Comment (B) on blog posts, and see which of your classmates have created blog posts of their own (C).

  • File attachment assignments simply require you to attach a file for submission to your instructor. You can choose files to add or drag them directly. Most file types are accepted, but make sure to read the information regarding acceptable file types and sizes.

Getting to know the Connect assignment types


  • In order to access your Connect assignments in Blackboard, you’ll have to pair the two accounts. You can do this before or after creating a Connect account or registering for a Connect class. Begin by logging into your Blackboard account.

  • Under My Courses, find and click the Connect class name your instructor provided (A). Please note that your instructor must create the class and pair it with Blackboard before you can proceed.

  • Next you’ll see a page that contains information about the class or other materials provided by your instructor. Locate an available Connect or LearnSmart assignment and click it.

    Please note that you may need to consult with your instructor in order to locate the assignment. In this case, it is located under the Course Material tab (A).

  • In some cases, like the one shown here, assignments will be placed in folders. Either click on an available assignment or on a folder (A) in order to proceed.

  • If the assignment is contained in a folder, as shown here, open the folder and then select an available assignment (A).

  • You’ll be taken to the Connect welcome page. If you already have a Connect account, just sign in using your Connect login credentials (A) and you’ll be taken through several steps to register for the class itself. If you do not have a Connect account, simply Register here (B).

    Please note that if you have already registered for the class in Connect, your Blackboard and Connect accounts will be paired automatically.

    Learn more about registering for Connect

Pairing your Blackboard and Connect course


  • To register for a Connect class, plug the URL provided by your instructor into a browser. You'll be taken to a welcome screen that contains information about your class, including the instructor name and class title. When you're sure that information is correct, enter your email address (A) and click Begin (B).

    Note: If you've already purchased the book, using either a credit card or access code, you still have to join the class. Enter the email address you used when purchasing the book and you'll be registered to the class.

  • Next you'll have to create a Connect account. Enter your information, agree to the terms and move on to the next step (A).

  • If you're purchasing Connect with a credit card, select Buy Online (A).

    Learn more about registering with an access code.

  • Verify that the class is correct and then click Buy (A).

  • Enter your billing information (A) and then your payment information (B), and then review and place your order (C). At the end of this three-step purchase process, you'll be able to finalize your purchase and view your Connect class.

  • You'll see a confirmation page showing your newly purchased Connect class! Click Continue (A) to move on.

  • This is the final page in the registration process. Click Go To Connect (A) to check out your new Connect class!

Registering for and purchasing Connect


Registering for Connect with an access code


Taking prerequisite assignments



Register for Connect from Brightspace


Pair a Brightspace course with an existing Connect account


Getting to know Connect


  • Find the assignment you want to take and click on its title to see assignment information (A) such as assignment type, start and due dates, attempts remaining, points possible, extensions and time limits (B).

    You can also jump right into an assignment by clicking its quick-start arrow (C).

    Important note: Clicking Begin from the information panel or using the quick start will automatically begin your first attempt. If you have only one attempt or if the assignment is timed, make sure you’re ready to start before launching the assignment.

  • Once you launch the assignment, you’ll see the introduction page, which contains:
    - instructions (A)
    - a progress bar (B)
    - assignment details (C), such as due date, attempts and total points
    - general information about attempts and scoring (D)
    - information about utilizing resources (E)

    Click Let’s go! (F) to take the assignment.

    Remember: Seeing this page means your assignment attempt was automatically started, and, if timed, that the clock started. Click Go back (G) to return to the previous screen.

  • Assignments contain a progress bar (A) so you can track your work. Click the square icon (B) to open the question map, where you can skip around questions.

    In the Resources area (C) you’ll find general assignment information and other resources the instructor makes available.

    In some assignments you’ll also have the option to check your work (D).

    If you need to leave the assignment, but you’re not ready to submit it, you can always Save & exit (E) and come back to it later. Otherwise, just click Submit (F) to turn it in.

  • The question map contains all of the questions within an assignment. You can skip around as needed, but note that some questions are grouped in series that have a required order. Grouped questions are indicated by a link icon (A) and paginated text (B).

    Use the progress bar to track your status (C).

    Click the X (D) to leave the question map and return to your work.

Taking assignments in New Connect


  • From the assignment list on your Section Home page, choose the Power of Process assignment (A).

  • You’ll be prompted to begin the assignment. The My Process screen will appear. The strategy wheel (A) contains questions that must be answered before, during or after the reading, each category indicated with a different color. Click a strategy to begin. You can always leave the assignment and return to it later by clicking Save & Exit (B).

  • If your instructor assigned you to upload a text, you will be directed to do so after clicking the assignment from the Section Home. You’ll be asked to Upload a File (A). Only .doc and .docx files can be uploaded at this time. It is best to remove any unnecessary images prior to uploading in order to reduce the file size. When your upload is complete, click Assign (B). You can also Delete (C) or Preview (D) the file.

  • Selecting a strategy takes you to the reading and its accompanying question. Enter your response in the answer field (A) and click Save (B). To return to the strategy wheel at any time, click My Process (C). You’ll be taken there automatically after saving.

  • In strategies where your instructor has required annotation responses, you’ll need to highlight specific words or phrases (A). Click the comment icon that appears (B), enter your annotation in the space allotted (C) and Save (D). Remember to Save your response (E).

  • When you’ve completed all strategies, click My Process Reflection (A).

  • You’ll be asked to reflect on your process. Enter your response in the answer field (A) and then Save (B). You can analyze your process using the data provided: the order in which you visited strategies (C) and number of times you did so (D).

  • After saving your process reflection, you’ll have another opportunity to edit your answers (A). When satisfied with your responses, Submit Assignment (B). You can also download the assignment as a PDF (C). If you’re not ready to submit the assignment, Save & Exit (D) and return to it later.

Power of Process assignments



Score not what you expected?

If you feel that your score is not accurate in your performance report, this could be due to one of the following reasons:

-Your instructor might not have graded your assignment yet. An orange flag on your performance report home page will let you know when this is the case.

-If your instructor uses the Connect Gradebook they may have changed your score in the Gradebook, which will not display in your performance report.


  • At first glance, your total grade may not seem to match up with how you’re doing in every category. Every assignment is worth a different amount of points and every category of assignments (Homework, Quiz, Exam, etc.) is worth a different percentage of your total grade.

  • Within a category, each assignment is weighted based on the total points possible. The points earned on each assignment are summed and then divided by the total points possible for that category.

    Above is an example of this.

    138 divided by 160 (136/160) = .8625 = 86.25%

    So you would have an 86.25% in the Homework category.

  • To calculate your total grade, first all the categories are calculated as we have just described.

    Then each category score is converted to a decimal by moving the decimal point two places to the left (ex. 75.5% becomes .755) and multiplied by the weight it’s worth in the total grade. You can find the weight it’s worth below the category title in your gradebook. The gradebook is currently only available for World Language titles, so you may not have a gradebook at all. If you’re in a World Language course and still don’t have a gradebook, it is because your instructor has not turned it on.

    After multiplying each category score by its weight, the new totals for each category are added together to give you the total score (in percent).

    Above is an example of this.

    21 + 36 + 25.88 = 82.88%

    So your total grade would be an 82.88%

    Note: If a category has zero submissions, the weight of the other categories with submissions increases proportionally to add up to 100%.

Your "total grade" in the gradebook



Using MH Practice

MH Practice is a series of 3D multiplayer learning games from McGraw-Hill Education. These games are available for marketing and American government courses.

If your instructor has assigned you an MH Practice course, click practice now (A) on your Section Home page.After clicking practice now (A) you will be prompted to register and pay for access if you haven’t signed up already, so sign up only if your instructor has assigned you an MH Practice assignment. View the student manual on the MH Practice homepage for more information.


  • From your Library tab (A), click voice tools (B) to create a voice presentation (C), a voice email (D) or a voice podcast (E). To complete a new assignment using one of the tools, click its respective tile.

    The voice presentation tool allows you to record comments about web content that you can present to your instructors and peers. With voice email, you can add a personal touch to emails you send to instructors and classmates. You can also record voice podcasts to bring real-world content and engage in holistic learning.

  • Once you’ve clicked the voice presentation tile, enter a title (A) and an optional description below. Click submit (B) to create your presentation.

  • A new screen with instructions and helpful tips will open. Click new (A) to begin creating your presentation. A window will open, prompting you to enter a subject (B) and a URL (C). Remember that http:// is already in the field. Begin recording your comments (D) and, if desired, add a comment in the field below (D). Click post (E) when done. To add another slide to the presentation, click new again.

  • After clicking the voice email tile, you’ll be able to enter a subject, provide a description and choose recipients. Click submit.

    A window will open, displaying your email address, recipients’ email addresses (if you entered recipients in the previous screen) and a subject. Click record (A) to begin and stop (B) when done. Add comments (C) as desired and click send (D).

  • After clicking the voice podcaster tile, you’ll be able to enter a title and provide content description. Click submit.

    A new window will open. Click new (A) and enter a subject title (B). Click record (C) to begin and stop (D) when done. Enter comments (E) as desired and click post (F).

  • When you’ve finished posting, your completed podcast, its length and the recording date will be listed in the window (A). For more information on how your peers and instructors can subscribe to your podcast, click help (B).
    Podcast subscriptions are very useful to students, particularly if you plan to post podcasts daily, weekly or monthly. Subscriptions allow your newest podcasts to be automatically downloaded to most mobile devices so that your friends and instructors can listen to them on the go.

Using voice tools


Signing into Connect

Once you’ve registered your account, sign into Connect by going to your section Web address provided by your instructor (A). Or go to (B) and enter your email and password into the sign in form. Then click SIGN IN.


Switching courses

To do this, either click << my courses (A) or click the switch courses (B) link under the course title in the top banner and then select the course you would like to switch to (C).



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Direct objects receive the action of a verb in a sentence Direct object pronouns replace that noun. Just like personal (subject) pronouns replace the subject noun in a sentence, direct object pronouns replace the direct object noun in a sentence which can be a person or a thing. Almost all of our favorite sentences have direct objects in them: I love you, Call me, etc.

Direct Object Pronouns

1st personme(me)nos(us)
2nd personte(you, familiar)os(you, familiar plural)
3rd personlo, la(him, her, you formal)los, las(them, you, formal plural)


Below you will find some examples. The direct objects are all in bold and are always the word or phrase that receives the action from the verb.


In affirmative sentences with one simple verb, the direct object pronoun comes before the verb.

  • Yo te quiero. (I love you.)
  • me quieres. (You love me.)

  • Yo veo a Caterina. (I see Caterina.)

  • Yo la veo. (I see her.)

  • Carmen lee el libro. (Carmen reads the book.)

  • Carmen lo lee. (Carmen reads it.)

  • Manuel tiene la flor. (Manuel has the flower.)

  • Manuel la tiene. (Manuel has it.)

  • Maria tiene tres libros. (Maria has three books.)

  • Maria los tiene. (Maria has them.)

  • Mi hermano compra dos camisas. (My brother buys two shirts.)

  • Mi hermano las compra. (My brother buys them.)

Attaching the Direct Object Pronoun

In the case of infinitives, present participles, and affirmative commands you can attach the direct object pronoun to the end of the verb, or you can put it before the first verb.

  • Estoy limpiándola. La estoy limpiando. (I am cleaning it.)
  • Voy a hacerla. La voy a hacer. (I am going to do it.)

Command Placements

Attach direct object pronouns to the end of affirmative commands, but place them before a negative command.

  • Léalo. (Read it.)
  • No lo lea. (Don´t read it.)


1) Rewrite each sentence using the correct direct object pronoun. Remember to match the gender and number and pay attention to your placement!

  1. Mi hermano tira la pelota.
  2. ¡Estudia el español!
  3. Papá está bebiendo .
  4. Manuela tiene dos vestidos.
  5. ¡No comas los tomates!


  1. Mi hermano la tira.
  2. ¡Estúdialo!
  3. Papá está bebiéndolo. OR Papá lo está bebiendo.
  4. Manuela los tiene.
  5. ¡No los comas!

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