My first resource created to be responsive to mobile devices. The resource will be responsive to the web, iPad or iPhone and resize. Just take a look at the images to get an idea of how they will resize.
In this resource (based on the Caring for pets Interactive Resource), learn about pet care responsibilities and the language used to talk about it in this 30 slide interactive resource. Learners follow the vet asking questions and giving advice to learn about pet care. At the same time, the resource builds vocabulary for asking and answering questions about pet care and the quizzes highlight the use of modal verbs. There are five activities.
1. Modal verbs reading and quiz (may, can, need, have to)
2. Vet care questions after reading a short text and then followed by vet advice
3. Modal verb (should)
4. Problem-solving activity based on two scenarios
5. Review activity
The quizzes have a mix of
• Multiple choice questions
• Fill-in-the-blank activities
It also includes an interactive glossary page and summary of modal verbs.
ABOUT THE QUIZ
This quiz was created using Adobe Captivate. There are three file choices: as an .htm file, an Adobe Acrobat Document or as a Shockwave File Object. I recommend using the .htm file. It can be viewed in Google Chrome, IE or Firefox. If you use the other files then you need the latest and up to date Adobe Acrobat Reader and Flash Player to view the interactive quiz. If you choose the latter files then it is possible to view it with a swiff player. General features of the quiz are:
• Choices are automatically marked
• Overall results are displayed at the end
• Responses can be reviewed at the end.
• 1 point allocated for each correct answer
• 80% or more of total points is a total pass
• answers reviewed at end.
The quiz can be displayed for a whole class activity or it could be uploaded online for individual student use. It is also possible to print the text and questions.
Any feedback would be welcome.
TIPS ON OPENING THIS FILE
Double check the TPT instructions on how to unzip in case there's a small detail that has been missed. This site also has useful tips on opening a zipped .swf file at wikihow.Open SWF files
You may also want to try the free resources in my store first.
For your mobile device:
Save the resource in a cloud storage service such as DropBox or OneDrive and tap on it from your device.
For your computer:
Other things to check is whether your flash player is up-to-date in your browser and whether it works in a different browser. I've tested them in the following browsers.
In IE, check these instructions at Flash player issues windows 10
In Chrome, try this extension at flashplayer.fullstacks
and choose the file from your computer in order to view it online. Make sure you adjust the width and height you prefer.
In IE, download this free SWIFF player at globfx/downloads/swfplayer
. It works very nicely with the IE swf file as a stand-alone option.
In Firefox, check the information on this page to make sure Flash is working at support.mozilla/install flash plugin
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Caring for animals Interactive Resource 2
Caring for pets Interactive Resource 3
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Animals (caring for pets) Mobile device resource
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