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MY FAVOURITE WEBSITES

 Hello! I am Belén and these are some of favourite websites I use in my English lessons:



Plickers: I use it quite a lot with my older students. I use it for reviewing the units before an exam. I like it because we only need a computer, a phone and the codes students have sticked on their notebooks. It is explained in the contents of Module 4 so I am not going to explain it more. 



Quizziz: I create quizzes for my students. Sometimes they do them in the classroom with the laptops we have in my school as an activity or sometimes I assign the quizzes for homework. It is very useful because you can see the results of every student and it helps a lot in the assessment. Quizziz includes bonus, redemption questions, music, memes... It is very attractive for kids. 


Wordwall: You can create games with many different templates or search games. You can also assign them and you will see how each student has performed in the game. The distadvantage is that there is a limit of creating 5 games. However, there is a wide range of created games that you can use too.  



- Educandy: You can make vocabulary games with this website. It is very colourful and attractive to students. You only need to write a list of words and the webpage will generate games such as hangman, crosswords, wordsearchs, cross and noughts and so on. You can share the link with your students too. 

I hope you find them very useful in your lessons.

Thanks for reading. 

Belén Zamanillo

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