Thanks to the great Cristina Cabal, I learned about Fluent Key this morning.
It’s a free tool that lets you choose any video from just about anywhere and turn it into an interactive quiz with many different types of questions. There are also lots of already-created video quizzes.
You can use it like Kahoot or Quizizz, too, by choosing a video and giving students a code so they can play it together on their own devices.
Plus, you can also create your own virtual class and assign videos for students to watch.
At this point, I’d say Fluent Key and the iSL Collective (see iSLCollective’s Video Lessons Are A Huge Asset For Any ELL Teacher) as the best video-based tools out there for ELL teachers.
I’m adding it to:
The Best Websites For Creating Online Learning Games
The Best Sites Where Students Can Work Independently & Let Teachers Check On Progress