"Grab a Chrome Book and log onto Nearpod.com. I'll put your PIN on the white board."
When I was in 8th grade, circa 1978, this entire sentence would have been gobbledygook.
It makes me want to construct sentences to say to my students using outdated phrasing that they won't understand.
"Hang up the phone and grab some whole milk or Tang from the ice box; I'll stack these records on the Hi-Fi while we alphabetize your index cards so we can type your bibliography on the typewriter."
At least I'm wearing a granny square vest my daughter crocheted, so I LOOK as incomprehensible as I'll SOUND!