Do you ever wish Quizlet Live games lasted longer? Check out this pro tip from Quizlet Teacher, espanolextra:

"Try to create a study set that requires students to research in order to answer the questions — this slows down the game and gets students to multitask, do teamwork, and actually learn new material too! For example, I use Google Earth with the following "Geographical locations in Spain" set to get students to learn Spanish vocabulary and about the country."

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To replicate this idea in your own classroom:

  1. Find or create a set about geographical locations that are relevant to your focus. Make sure it has at least 6 terms and definitions.
  2. Start a game of Quizlet Live to introduce the material at the start of a unit.
  3. Have students open Google Earth on their devices — they must review the map to find out the answer, then work together to see who has the match!

(And if you teach math, check out a version of this idea using equations instead.)

Teachers: What are ways you adapt Quizlet Live? Share in the comments below. 👇

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