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Kahoot for New Horizon 3 Key Grammar Points

This Kahoot covers most of the key grammar points in units 0 - 6 of New Horizon 3. There are 24 questions with a mix of T/ F, word re-ordering and multiple choice. Optional worksheet

This is my first Kahoot. I've used it a few times so far in classic mode (?), where each student participates using their own tablet and the questions are screened on the blackboard. In my classes the students worked in their study groups.There is a worksheet that mirrors the kahoot quiz, so that students have something to take away from the class. If the students play in group mode, it will probably take longer, depending on the pace of the group. I told the students they could use their textbooks during the quiz. I found that it was really important (through trial and error) to stress that nick names for kahoot should not be versions of the student's own name. The anonimity seems to encourage most, if not all, students to answer.

Please test run this kahoot yourself before using it in class. If you have any sugggestions for improvements, I'm all ears.

Note: paid version of Kahoot

Here's the link:
https://create.kahoot.it/details/561102f0-6fd9-491e-a0b0-9c1c3a823e8d

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Submitted by Beverbin November 10, 2022 Estimated time: about 30 minutes ( however this depends on the class )
  1. ezedebella November 10, 2022

    I tried to see it but it says that is private and you should change its visibility settings to "Public" so everyone can see it.

  2. Beverbin November 10, 2022

    Visibilty settings now changed to 'Public'.

  3. KippDu January 24, 2024

    It's a bit late to mention, since this was posted so long ago, but one of the questions (the one with Daniel Radcliffe) has an incorrect answer. (Seems you accidentally marked "false" as the correct answer for the harry potter question.)

  4. Beverbin January 30, 2024

    Hello KippDu. Thank you for your message. I must have changed it a while ago before seeing your post. I just checked again and 'True' is now marked as the correct answer. Thank you for picking this up.

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