Creating a quiz with Microsoft Forms

From Friday, April 16, 2021 8:00 AM
to Friday, April 16, 2021 9:30 AM

Srednja strukovna škola Kralja Zvonimira

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Croatian

Srednja strukovna škola Kralja Zvonimira, Ikičina 30, Knin, Šibensko - kninska županija, HRV

Quizzes and their application in Mathematics Name of author: Marjeta Amanović Subject: Mathematics Title of activity: Creating a quiz with Microsoft Forms Topic of activity: Quizzes and their application in Mathematics Learning objectives: In this lesson students will develop ICT skills of creating a quiz in the digital tool Microsoft Forms. Students will explore the possibilities of digital tool Microsoft Forms and they will create a critical opinion about this tool . Students will learn Mathematics using the digital tool MS Forms. These are the key competencies that students will develop with this lesson plan: - Curiosity and critical thinking - Collaborative work - ICT skills - Creativity - Communication skills - Creates mathematical tasks and solve mathematical problems Preparation time: 30 min Teaching time: 90 min Materials needed: Classroom with computers or tablets and smartphones, internet access, online platform Ms Teams, students should have a notebook and a pen You Tube video : Math Quiz Ms Forms Age of students: 12+ Other relevant remarks: This activity is suitable for physically distant, hybrid and online classroom. INTRODUCTION ( 30 min) 1. About AI Teacher asks the students: a) What is AI? b) Do you use AI every day? How? c) Are quizzes AI? d) Can we use quizzes to learn Math ? The teacher encourages discussion . Students can record their answers in the AnswerGarden Teacher complements the students answers by giving them information about what AI is and inform students about different types of AI. Teacher tells the students that they will watch a video about making a math quiz in MS Forms. 2. You Tube video : Math Quiz Ms Forms ( 10:36) ( The teacher can record his own video with instructions for making a quiz or choose another one that last about 10 minutes). After watching the video teacher asks the students: a) Why is this tool suitable for making math quizzes? b) Where the instruction from the video clear? c) Can making this quiz help us learn Math? Students express their views and opinions about the video. MAIN PART (50 min) a) Work in pairs Students are grouped in pairs according to their interests. Each pair needs to create five math tasks and then solve them. Students are doing this tasks in their notebooks. They can check problem solutions using Photomath app. The teacher guides and helps students as needed. The teacher gives additional instructions on how to make the quiz and demonstrate the steps in making quiz. b) Creating quiz in Ms Forms Students should have a Microsoft Office user account. - Students connects to the MS Forms website - They chooses the New test icon - Chooses the title of the quiz - Inputs questions and answers ( students must use all form of questions within the quiz). - Students must post their quiz on the online platform ( Ms Teams or some other). WRAP-UP ( 10 min) At the end of the activity students reflect on their quiz, share their ideas and discuss possible improvements. POSSIBLE FOLLOW-UP: Explore what other digital tool are suitable for making math quizzes.

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