Thursday, 27 August 2015

Using Google Versal to create an interactive (and flipped) lesson - An introduction to the UK

I have just tried Versal to prepare an interactive lesson about the UK.

With Versal you can create interactive online learning experiences (from full courses to short lessons or homework assignments) to share with your students. It could be great for a flipped lesson. You can add text, links, images and videos; you can create slide shows, quizzes, diagrams, maps and timelines. This is my example.



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  2. Hello Roberta,
    I’ve just come across your blog and thought I’d reach out.
    My name is Camille and together with some friends we run a flashcard app. It’s called VocApp and offers a number of innovative features: creating flashcards with your voice or from a text (e.g. song lyrics), matching words with pictures and pronunciation recordings, and many others. All the functionalities are free. Would you be interested in posting a link to VocApp in one of the sections of your blog or writing a short review? If so, I’m available to assist you any time. We’re also open to other forms of cooperation, so if you e.g. wanted to create your own course from scratch, or you have some other ideas, please let me know.
    Here are some sample sets I’ve made for you to show you how VocApp works: https://vocapp.com/25-must-know-german-verbs-flashcards-196761
    https://vocapp.com/on-the-road-en-esp-flashcards-201209
    https://vocapp.com/european-capital-cities-flashcards-201955
    Thank you for taking the time to read this message. I’ll be looking forward to hearing from you!
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