Admit it: keeping students on task was a challenge when you were all in the same room. Keeping their eyes and minds on classwork is going to be much more challenging now that you can't confiscate their phones.
Enjoy the silence (unless your home is equipped with bells):
Shmoop lessons are ideal for asynchronous instruction. Since you no longer need to keep students on-task for an hour at a time, they are now able to complete work at their own pace.
One kid finishes the work in 30 minutes? They're free to text or Snapchat or create their own hand washing TikTok dance. Another kid needs 90 minutes? They have it, and likely can get more of your one-on-one attention too.
Embrace your new roles:
While video will let you continue lecturing, demonstrating, and modeling for your students, you now get to be more of a facilitator of online discussions, a tutor for struggling students, a jedi ghost offering sage wisdom before students resume their quests.
We're all trying to figure this out on the fly, we just need to do our best and focus on what's necessary. (Heck, even the College Board knows you can't get to everything in these unique times.) Determine which content you need to get to and what will have to wait until a worldwide pandemic stops affecting life itself?