ASSIGN VIDEO QUIZZES AS HOMEWORK

We have great news: from now on you can assign quizzes as homework!

1. Click on "Assign as homework" below a video quiz.

2. Then create a class and you'll get a special video quiz URL (web link) for your class.

3. Send them this link, and you'll be able to see their results and even their specific answers right from the video quiz page (click the Student answers button). Both you and your students will get alerts on iSLCollective about any new activity (e.g. new answers submitted).

See complete guide here.

Please send us any feedback about this new feature to info [at] islcollective [dot] com. We'd love to hear how you like it.

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Take any YouTube or Vimeo video & create a quiz for it. Give it a try! Create a video lesson

By I_am_Katherine

I've made this task for my adult students to talk about royal wedding (to keep my classes in touch with the news) and to learn some new words. The task is to check listening comprehension, put the words into the correct order and answer a few open questions

By Ortizmarcos80

In this task, students will learn the basic steps that are needed in order to get throught customs and immigration in the United States. There are a mix of activities such as sentence matching, unscrambling sentences, fill in the gaps and compreension questions.

By mermaid72

The students are going to improve their listening skills and revise prepositions of place as well as articles before geographical names.

By mermaid72

The students are going to improve their listening skills and work with lots of adjectives.

By marcella.rsegamarchi

This is a video task to practice "there is/are" positive and negative. Students must watch the video and choose the best option to complete the sentences. There are mixed types of questions, multiplechoice, gap fill and sentence organizing.A film by Michael Bidinger and Michelle Kwon. Production Management- Sarah Kambara Run Time: 3:52 Sound Design- Nick Ainsworth Vocals- Ed Skudder, Lynn Wang Original Score- Mason Self Produced At Ringling College of Art and Design Copyright Michael Bidinger, Michelle Kwon 2014

By galinafudan

Listening practice. Watch and try to understand Johnny's Still Standing Scene. Fill the gaps and unscramble the sentences.

By galinafudan

Listening practice. Watch and try to understand Troye Sivan - Strawberries & Cigarettes. Fill the gaps and unscramble the sentences.

By galinafudan

Listening practice. Watch and try to understand Liam Payne & J Balvin - Familiar. Fill the gaps and unscramble the sentences.

By Juliegth

Practise listening skills and some grammar material connected with past simple-was\were.Revision of vocabulary-means of transport,feelings ,places.

By galinafudan

In this video quiz there are multiple choice questions about what can you see and about weather.

By periwinkleblue

Students will be able to watch a scenario of teens in a social situation, and they will be able to practice their listening comprehension skills, as well as hone their social skills.
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By galinafudan

In this video quiz there are multiple choice questions about what can you see and about weather.

By Juliegth

Practise listening skills and some grammar material connected with past simple-was\were.Revision of vocabulary-means of transport,feelings ,places.

By marcella.rsegamarchi

This is a video task to practice "there is/are" positive and negative. Students must watch the video and choose the best option to complete the sentences. There are mixed types of questions, multiplechoice, gap fill and sentence organizing.A film by Michael Bidinger and Michelle Kwon. Production Management- Sarah Kambara Run Time: 3:52 Sound Design- Nick Ainsworth Vocals- Ed Skudder, Lynn Wang Original Score- Mason Self Produced At Ringling College of Art and Design Copyright Michael Bidinger, Michelle Kwon 2014

By periwinkleblue

Students will be able to watch a scenario of teens in a social situation, and they will be able to practice their listening comprehension skills, as well as hone their social skills.

By galinafudan

Listening practice. Watch and try to understand Ariana Grande - No Tears Left To Cry. Fill the gaps and unscramble the sentences.

By galinafudan

Listening practice. Watch and try to understand Troye Sivan - Strawberries & Cigarettes. Fill the gaps and unscramble the sentences.

By galinafudan

Listening practice. Watch and try to understand Liam Payne & J Balvin - Familiar. Fill the gaps and unscramble the sentences.

By galinafudan

Listening practice. Watch and try to understand Pentatonix - Attention. Fill the gaps and scramble the sentences.

By galinafudan

Listening practice. Watch and try to understand Johnny's Still Standing Scene. Fill the gaps and unscramble the sentences.

By mermaid72

The students are going to improve their listening skills and work with lots of adjectives.
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By sound586

Listening comprehension, fill in the gap, multiple choice questions about the song lyrics or action sequence in the video.

By VeronicaGiraffe

Students watch the video once, then watch again and do the multiple choice exercises. The video quiz is aimed at 10-13 year-olds and at elementary level.

By mermaid72

The students are going to work with synonyms and Present Progressive, Present Perfect tenses.

By anabella.ventavoli

Students have to listen to the video and do the activities to practice can and can't.

By APEnglish

Basic Listening Comprehension. Listen to the shark meeting scene from 'Finding Nemo' and answer the gap-fill and sentence-order questions.

By mermaid72

The students are going to revise the prepositions of place and work with synonyms.

By rgplaisance

In this task students will watch a video about Gru going to the amusement park with the girls. They choose the correct subject or object pronoun that goes in the blank as they watch the video.

By Anka55

This is a video quiz to practice the names of family members in the family tree in English.

By sound586

Answering questions in the past simple with the phrases "there was" and "there were".

By mermaid72

The young students are going to improve thier listening skills and work with prepositions of place( on, under, next to), revise some pieces of furniture (table, chair).

By Drjennie

Students are asked comprehension questions about the story. In addition, they are asked to predict what will happen next.

By mermaid72

The young students are going to improve their listening skills and revise adjectives (happy, hungry, thirsty) as well as practise using the verb 'like'