Quizlet & Formative Assessment: A detailed Tutorial (Creating Sets/Folders/Classes to Games and Activities)

Hello, my dear colleagues! I’m happy to have you here again today. In this video tutorial, we are going to discuss Quizlet, making vocabulary, and playing various games. You will see how can you use Quizlet in the introduction, assessment, or even in the practice part of your lesson.

How do I use Quizlet?

I use it to give the students tasks to revise before an actual test. I also use it not just for testing and assessment – I use it for brainstorming, aka prediction. For example, we just started a unit and we didn’t cover any concepts. The students don’t know what any of the concepts are, so we can use our prediction skills. I usually instruct my students to go through the sets and guess before we even start what are we going to talk about.

Watch the full tutorial for some digital pedagogy and practical tips

Has this Quizlet tutorial helped you gain more ideas on how to make your formative assessment more fun? What do you think about using interactive flashcards in your ESL classroom? Do you have any activities that you would like to share? Please write in the comments or via the contact page, I would love to hear your opinion!

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About Alice Glass

Alice is a 29 years old preschool teacher (Pre-K) with a B.Ed. She is currently enrolled in her Master's studies, with a double major, one of them being English teaching methodology. She is also an online ESL teacher and blog writer for the British Council. Last but not least, she is the mother of a very energetic toddler.

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