Kahoot is a free student response system that may be used to give tests, facilitate conversations, and gather data for surveys. It is a real-time classroom response system based on video games. The questions are displayed on a communal screen, and participants respond using their smartphone, tablet, or computer, creating a sociable, entertaining, and game-like atmosphere. Kahoot enables the creation of multiple-choice quizzes, polls, and surveys that fill with real-time data; the quiz questions and polls encourage both immediate instructional choices and whole-class debate.
Making a Kahoot
How to begin using Kahoot Visit in-kahoot.com and create a free account. Once on your dashboard, select whether to build a new Kahoot or replicate an existing one.
To modify another person’s Kahoot, copy it first.
To create your own kahoot, use the Quiz/Discussion/Survey options.
Describe your Kahoot in detail. Whether you choose a Quiz, Discussion, or Survey, you’ll be directed to the Kahoot’s description page. Before selecting “Ok, go,” provide a title, a description, and an audience.
Add a question with at least two possible responses and mark at least one of them as accurate (green checkmark)
When you’re ready to return to the overview page and save or add another question, click ‘Next.’ You may change the time limit on any question, modify, duplicate, or delete it at any moment.
Enhance and revise. When you return to the overview page, your questions will appear immediately above the ‘new question’ button. Your dashboard’s features will enable you to modify the description text/tags, the cover picture, and the intro video.
Examine, Play, and Share! Once you are satisfied with your creations, click the’save’ button at the top of the overview page. You’ll have the option of editing, previewing, playing, or sharing your new kahoot.
If your browser does not support a minimum width of 1200 pixels, the ‘Preview’ button will be unavailable.
For a more comprehensive guide, see Kahootofficial !’s Step-by-Step-Guide.
How to Play a Kahoot Game Taking part in a Kahoot
If you’re leading a Kahoot for others to participate in, your device should be linked to a display that all of your learners can see, such as a projection screen or big television for local play, or a service like Youtube Live or Skype for internet play.
Once you’ve chosen a Kahoot to play, you’ll need to choose a game mode (traditional or team) before the Kahoot can be launched.
Play! You should now be presented with a lobby screen instructing you to go to kahoot.it and enter a game PIN. Maintain this page open and tell your students to follow the instructions on their own devices. As they join, their usernames will display on your screen. Once everyone has connected, click ‘Start.’
The ‘Next’ button allows you to go through the results panels and to the next question.
Once all questions have been completed, you may gather feedback from your learners on the kahoot and download the results.
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Second Grade Science: Habitat Review Students in second grade do this kahoot as a warm-up activity before studying about ecosystems and animal adaptations. 2-LS4 Biological Evolution: The Unification and Diversity of Life.
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Fourth-grade geography: Midwest Region Students utilize this kahoot to assess their knowledge of the United States’ Midwest region. Following a review of the findings and reading a book on this area, students repeat the exam to complete post-assessment questions that evaluate not just comprehension, but also changes in understanding about this topic.