Exit Ticket If you need a way to assess student understanding from your lesson, try giving your students an Exit Ticket to complete before they leave the classroom. Students respond particularly well to an Exit Ticket which is subject specific and in a format that is easily recognisable. The example provided is a flight boarding … Continue reading Exit Ticket
Try Plickers to mobile, multiple choice questioning. Go to http://www.plickers.com to set up and then download the Plickers app from the iOS or Google app stores. Download the basic Plickers cards, for scanning, from https://www.plickers.com/cards. These come in various sizes and shapes to suit all learners. In the app, create a question to ask the … Continue reading Try Plickers for mobile, multiple choice questioning
Try Countdown clock to create anagram games in English. Go to http://interactiveclock.com/countdown-clock-and-word-jumble-resource.html and type in a word for students to work out (limited to 9 letters). You can set a time limit to complete the task and when the teacher clicks start the countdown music begins to play. (Screen capture from Countdown clock)
Try Kahoot! to assess understanding in your lesson. Go to http://www.getKahoot.com and sign up for a free account. You can create a game based classroom response activity, where learners are encouraged to use their mobile devices. You can post up a series of questions on the board which learners interact with and provide responses, via … Continue reading Try Kahoot! to assess understanding in your lesson.
Use Poll Everywhere to collect responses and allow live class participation. Go to http://www.polleverywhere.com to set up your poll, which is free for up to 25 responses. Create a question, for free, to ask the group and define how the class will respond. Using the unique code for the poll, learners can respond via a specific … Continue reading Use Poll Everywhere to collect responses and allow live class participation.