Example Web Site and/or Technical Equipment Required
Website Example: http://quizizz.com
Computer(s), Internet access, projector (if used as an in class activity)
Quizizz is a game based website that allows students to play games and compete against each other either in class or from home. Quizizz can be use as a prediction activity to find out what students already know about a topic or it can be used as a review to find out what was learned. You can create and play quizzes live or for homework.. They can be accessed by the students using any device with a Web browser including a laptop, iPad, iPhone, iPod, Android, Chromebook, or desktop computer. An app is NOT necessary to participate in a Quizizz activity.
- Get a Quizizz account and practice making and playing games
- Select Public (In top navigation bar) and peruse games already made.
- Find one on your topic area and select the Duplicate button (below the Play and Homework buttons).
- Open your duplicate game and select Edit.
- Tweak it to fit your class and select Finish.
- Quizizz is best used as a homework activity. Select homework and you will get detailed instructions to send your students to do the quiz at home.
- Assign a quiz on Friday and do a whole class check of results on Monday.
- Use the reports section to see how well students understand key concepts.
- Revisit any topics that revealed lack of understanding from the Quizizz.
- Never make a quiz from scratch. Always find a Public one and tweak it to save time.
- Here is a review of Quizizz that compares Kahoot! (another popular quiz/game tool) and Quizizz.
- Use memes to create innovative feedback. You can use the memes that are developed by Quizizz or make your own.
- Here is an example of a meme set made by a user.
- View a video on how to use Quizizz
- You can also play this game live in the classroom.
- Beginning Literacy
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- (0.1) Communicate in interpersonal interactions
- (0.2) Communicate regarding personal information
- (1.8) Demonstrate financial literacy skills
- (1.6) Understand consumer protection measures
- (1.5) Understand how to manage household finances
- (1.9) Understand how to purchase and maintain an automobile and interpret driving regulations
- (1.4) Understand methods and procedures to obtain housing and related services
- (1.7) Understand procedures for the care, maintenance, and use of personal possessions
- (1.1) Use measurement and money
- (2.7) Understand aspects of society and culture
- (2.3) Understand concepts of time and weather
- (2.8) Understand how to access and use educational systems and services
- (2.2) Understand how to locate and use different types of transportation and interpret travel related information
- (2.5) Use community agencies and services
- (2.6) Use leisure time resources and facilities
- (2.4) Use mailing and shipping services
- (2.1) Use the telephone and similar communication systems
- (3.6) Understand basic health and medical information
- (3.5) Understand basic principles of health maintenance
- (3.4) Understand basic safety measures and health risks
- (4.6) Communicate effectively in the workplace
- (4.7) Effectively manage workplace resources
- (4.1) Understand basic principles of getting a job
- (4.4) Understand concepts and materials related to job performance and training
- (4.2) Understand wages, benefits, employee rights, and concepts of employee organizations
- (4.3) Understand work-related safety standards and procedures
- (5.3) Understand an individual's legal rights and responsibilities and procedures for obtaining legal advice
- (5.6) Understand civic responsibilities and activities
- (5.8) Understand concepts of economics
- (5.2) Understand historical and geographical information
- (5.4) Understand information about taxes and fees
- (5.7) Understand issues related to science and ethics
- (5.5) Understand the functions of government
- (5.1) Understand voting and the political process
- (6.2) Compute using decimal fractions
- (6.3) Compute using fractions
- (6.1) Compute using whole numbers
- (6.4) Compute with percents, rate, ratio, and proportion
- (6.6) Demonstrate measurement skills
- (6.7) Interpret data from graphs and compute averages
- (6.5) Use expressions, equations, and formulas
- (6.8) Use statistics and probability
- (7.2) Demonstrate ability to use critical thinking skills
- (7.3) Demonstrate ability to use problem-solving skills
- (7.4) Demonstrate study skills
- (7.7) Demonstrate the ability to use information and communication technology
- (7.6) Demonstrate the ability to view the media critically
- (7.1) Identify or demonstrate effective skills and practices in accomplishing goals