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This resource is perfect for a student-centered, technology enhanced daily language review! The resource can be shown on an Activ Board or Interactive Board but is really meant for 1:1 classrooms where students can answer the questions independently. Google Slides will work well on iPads, mobile devices, computers, or Chromebooks! There are 40 question slides which allows for one question a day for an 8 week period. Questions are meant to take less than 5 minutes to answer, can easily be graded, checked or review by peers or as an entire class. This is PART 2, in case you previously downloaded PART 1. The question formats are similar but the content is different. Look for more to come! Our goal is to create 4 sets, so you can have daily language review for the whole year!
The entire document was created in Google Slides. To access the resources, click on the link on the title page of this document. To distribute a copy to each of your students, I suggest creating an assignment in Google Classroom. This will allow you to “make a copy” for each student that they will be able to edit. Directions for how to answer each question are in the slide notes. The presentation is meant to be used in the editing mode (not present mode). This allows students to be able to answer the questions.
This is a “Part 2.” If you purchased part 1, the questions are similar to that resource. But, part 2 is different and can be used for the 2nd 9 weeks of school.
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The slides contain 1 question each for a total of 40 questions. I created the slideshow for the purposes of being a daily language review, warm up/bell ringer activity for a 9-week period.
Question Formats & Answering
Most questions can be answered by selecting one or more answers, then choosing the paint bucket tool and selecting a color to fill in the choice. Other answers may need to be typed into the box or drag and drop format. Directions are in notes at the bottom of the screen for each slide. Students show stay in edit mode (NOT PRESENT MODE).
Assigning to Students
I suggest making this an assignment in Google Classroom and choosing the file from your Google Drive to attach. Then, select “make a copy” for each student. If students have their own devices: iPads, Laptops, or Chromebooks then they will be able to manipulate the slideshow independently. Work can be easily graded or checked in Google Classroom.
Disable Spell Check
To disable “spell check” and remove the red line in some of the questions, select view, and uncheck show spelling suggestions.
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