INTRODUCTION TO QUIZLET
What is Quizlet?
Fun Fact: Quizlet was created by high school sophomore Andrew Sutherland in 2005 and now contains more than 40 million study sets. All of the material is user-generated.
What is my time investment?
What are other teachers saying about quizlet?
I give a vocabulary quiz every week in addition to a spelling. During the first few weeks, the students were not doing very well at all. Obviously, something had to change and fast.
I introduced Quizlet and within a week the scores improved!
I created the lists which consist of the word and definitions. I could include images if needed. It usually only takes no more than 10-15 minutes to create. Once the, I share the link with students in Google Classroom.
Once the students begin using Quizlet, they can study with flashcards, play games with the words and take a practice test. Honestly, this tool is so easy to use and students enjoy using it.
11 Ways To Use Quizlet
- Quizlet reads the word and definition to the student out loud, enhancing students’ grasp of pronunciation.
- Quizlet provides targeted spelling feedback.
- Quizlet provides adaptive training to help students focus on the items most difficult for them.
- Quizlet generates customizable randomized tests for your students to boost their long-term memory.
- Quizlet generates interactive games to help students study your course content.
- Quizlet can be used at home or on the go.
- Quizlet can be used to generate paper handouts, flash cards, or game materials.
- Your students can export or mix and match different card sets together to create a personalized deck.
- You can create a “class” for your students on Quizlet and even track their progress if you choose to do so.
- Once your students become familiar with Quizlet.com, they can discover millions of other user-created flashcards.
- Students can export Quizlet card sets and use them with other programs or websites