How familiar are you with Google Suite?
Google Suite is an online office suite of applications and services. It includes apps such as Gmail, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Drive, Calendar and more. It is free for students and teachers and provides a great way to stay organized.
Google Suite: An Easy Way to Organize Your School Life
Gmail: Gmail is Google's email service. Docs: Docs is Google's word processor application. Drive: Drive is Google's storage service where you can store your documents and files.
Gmail was launched in 2004 and has over 1.5 billion users today. Google Docs was originally called Writely and was acquired by Google in 2006. Google Drive was launched in 2012 with 5GB of free storage for all users.
Work together in pairs: What are the three main components of Google Suite?
Work together in pairs: What is the primary benefit of using Google Suite compared to other online productivity tools?
Brain break: Create a drawing that combines elements from three different cultures. For example, the drawing could combine a mythological creature from Greek mythology, a traditional pattern from African textiles, and a building from ancient Rome. Use a variety of materials to create the drawing and make sure to include elements from all three cultures.
Which of these is NOT a Google suite product?
- Google Docs
- Google Slides
- Google Sheets
- Microsoft Word
What is the file extension for Google Docs?
Which of these is a feature of Google Sheets?
- Word processing
- Image editing
What is the icon for Google Slides?
- A sheet of paper
- A folder
- A document
- A presentation slide
What types of files can be created in Google Docs?