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- Quizlet - a super way to engage studentsIf you haven\'t tried a quizlet quiz with your students, I suggest that you do as soon as possible. Go to quizlet.com and create an account. It is quite easy. You can easily make tests for your students. I have made vocabulary tests for my students whenever a topic is done. My students love this way to consolidate the vocabulary taught.
- Tic Tac ToeDraw a grid on the black board and divide students into two teams. One team is noughts and the other team is crosses. The teacher puts a question for the first team, who answers the question. If correctly answered, the team decided where to put their nought. The other team answers the next question etc. The Winding team is the one that has three noughts or crosses in a row.
The game can be used for any vocabulary you want to revise, for spelling of words, for working with pictures and vocabulary etc. It is always fun to play a game when working with a language.
- Line QuizThis is an end of lesson activity or an activity you can use if you need to bring something fun into your lesson.
You divide your students into two groups. Then have them line up. Put a question to the first student of each line. Only they can answer. The on to answer correctly gets to sit down. The other student goes to the back of his line. The first line of students to sit down wins the game.
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- KahootKahoot! is a classroom response system which creates an engaged learning. You can ask questions or ask for opinion. Students need a smartphone to respond. Try my quiz on Prepostitions of time. You can find it here: kortlink.dk/f2pg
A student just said today that the Kahoot quiz was the best thing he had tried in classes at school.