Next week, it will be one year since tekhnologic began. Back in September 2014, one of my first posts was about using PowerPoint to make your own quiz. It therefore seems fitting that Part 2 of make your own quiz should end … Continue reading Make your own quiz Part 2: Adding a Score Board
One of the sessions from IATEFL 2015 conference in Manchester that I managed to watch online was a presentation by Nick Robinson and Laurie Harrison from ELTjam. Their talk was about the ‘EdTech’ Revolution‘ and teachers applying their classroom experience to … Continue reading Phrase Maze – turning vocabulary flashcards into a game.
At the beginning of February, Svetlana Kandybovich from ELT-CATION asked me if I would design a board game template in PowerPoint for her. I had some free time and I was happy to help because Svetlana has always been so supportive … Continue reading THE REAL TRICK: TURNING A TEST INTO A GAME
This week I thought I would follow up Jeopardy with another classroom adaptation. Family Feud was a game show where two families competed against each other. The show surveyed 100 people and the families had to guess the most popular … Continue reading Family Feud – A Classroom Adaptation
Adapting quiz shows to use in the classroom is a great way to review everything you have been studying. Jeopardy is a popular American quiz show where the contestants are given the answer and they must form the question. The … Continue reading Jeopardy – A Classroom Adaptation
The last week before Christmas is always full of festivities. Continue the fun with a Christmas Quiz. I originally created this Christmas tree design so I could have a tree in the classroom without the hassle of having to carry … Continue reading Christmas Quiz!
In my last post I mentioned that you can make your own quiz using PowerPoint. So, let’s give it a try! Check out the video below to get an idea of what we are going to make. You can see … Continue reading Make your own quiz!