Edpuzzle for video listening comprehension

Edpuzzle is a web app that allows teachers to create different activities based on videos they upload or pick from the web. There are several activity types based on videos, but this post will just show how to create and run a multiple-choice quiz. Unlike in paper-based quizzes, questions in Edpuzzle appear one by one and are displayed at the exact point the teacher chooses when creating the activity. To write a question, the “Quizzes” tab above the video area needs to be selected. Then, just click on the multiple-choice question icon on the right and the boxes for the …

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Create language tests with GoogleForms

If you have a Gmail account, you can create Google Forms. Initially, these forms work as a survey, but there is an option to turn a survey into a test. These tests allow teachers to get statistics on students responses. A test created with Google Forms can accept responses for as long as we wish. Therefore, it can be used in the classroom, as homework or as a combination of a classroom activity which is available for those who didn’t attend the class or who want to take the test again at home. To create a test, go to GoogleDrive, …

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