Description: This passage is mainly about quizlet login. In this passage, the writer tells us how to sign in the Quizlet account as well as some advantages of it, which can help students learn the vocabularies through the games.
I have always been a huge fan of Quizlet and I hope that you enjoy Quizlet live as much as my class, and I am so excited about this, I literally walk around and talk to five of my colleagues because I am so impressed with how well this game works.
So the first thing that you need to do is that you need to go to Quizlet and you need to log in, once you log in, if you already have Quizlets, then you can go ahead and select one of these, if you don’t, you can use this with any Quizlet there, so now my students are studying ethical realism, so I can use any of these, I already have one that I have used today.
So we’re going to go ahead and look at that one, so I click on it, we’ve got all these options, such as flashcards learn, speller tests and scatter gravity live that is the new one and this is my favorite, so we click on live, it says Quizlet live, it gives you the chance to have a demo or learn more, for now I’m going to show you how to create a game, it’s very easy.
So I click create game and then it’s going to give me a code such as Kahoot, your students don’t need to see your screen, they will be doing everything on their screen, so they go to Quizlet live, they enter the code, I am hanging into the student point Quizlet or slash lives and I think it is five nine five nine seven three four.
It’s going to give me the direction, everyone’s going to get the same question, only one of them has the right map, so it means that they’re going to see something on their screen and their friends are going to see something on their screen, and they will have different words, they need to recognize that their definition might not match the word.
So let’s go back to see this as a teacher, I have two students in now, student 1 and student 2, you need at least six students to play because you need groups, so I’m waiting for four more students to log in, so let me go ahead and log in my four more students, now I have all students in, some of my students are using a tablet, some of my students are using their cell phones, it’s all cool.
I have creatively named them student one two three four five six and then I throw poop in, because if a student throws a name in that is not appropriate or a student tries to log in twice, or you need to get rid of a student, it’s very easy, you click another, so I have my six students minimums, I’m going to create a game for six students.
So we’ve got two teams now, we’ve got the Bears and the Peacocks, student one two and five are with the Peacocks, the Bears are students four three and six, they are random for the first time, I do this with my students, they say that they don’t want to stand up and move around, once we start playing the game, they immediately ask if they can move so that they get with their groups.
They start talking about vocabulary which is awesome, so at this point, you can add more students if you need, or you can start the game if you notice that you have some students together, you don’t like shuffle teams, you get the idea, so let’s start the game, so all I see now is that the Bears and straps are tied 0-0, they don’t have anything.
So I’m going to jump over to one of my student accounts, I have the word dry, so the words that I have are labyrinths mortified jubilation and gasp, none of those words mean dry, so I don’t click anything, now I’m paired up with student 1 and student 2, so let’s see haggard, escarpment, scapular and resistance, they are not my words, so student 2 doesn’t do anything.
Now if I’m sitting near student 1, at this point, I will look towards them to try to see if they have the word now, if I think I have the word, then I can go ahead and click on it, maybe I’m wrong, maybe I think that dry means haggard, I’m wrong and I lose my team point, now it’s going to give me the right word and it’s also giving in my other team.
I answer that haggard means exhausted, I am looking for arid which means dry, a long slope or cliff at the end of a plateau or Ridge tribulation escarpment flotsam arid, now I think I’m going to guess escarpment, now when I get it right, it also shows that on my friend’s page, so it shows that we’ve gotten to write an extremely deep hole, that’s neither of these.
Let’s go back to the teacher view quickly, so as a teacher, the giraffes have gotten to write, so they get two points, now it’s still anybody’s game, because if the giraffes miss a question, they go back to zero, so I’m going to go with resistance, I have got it wrong, now if we go back to teacher mode, you’ll see that I go back to zero.
Now I promise you that the students are talking about vocabulary, they are talking about which one’s right and which one’s wrong, if you can, try to make them do this silently, but I like the fact that they are talking about it, so once they get to 12, it means that they have done, they win, it’s going to analyze the answers and let you know where they have struggled which is also awesome.
So I’m not going to continue this, I’m going to show you what happens after my students play today, so this morning they’ve struggled with scapular but in the end they got it, even though they confused it with McCollum labyrinths and I gave my students no prep on this, we started playing to see how they went.
They need to work on labyrinths which they keep getting confused with some other words, they need to work on furro which they keep getting confused with other words, so now I can tell which words that they’re still struggling with, in which words that they keep confusing them, my students enjoy Quizlet live, I enjoy the fact that we’re talking to each other and collaborating, and now they can go home and practice with these words.