Teaching with Quizizz Lessons

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Hosting a Lesson with improved themes and templates

The improved themes and templates on lessons further student interaction, learning and engagement along with quizzes and formative assessments.


To Create a Lesson, follow these steps:

  1. Click on the “Create” button on the left navigation pane
  2. Name and tag your lesson to move onto the editor page
    (You can use a maximum of 3 tags per lesson) 

  3. Click on '+Add New Slide' to create a slide
    1. Select a slide type. Formats of slides supported on a Quizizz lesson are:
      1. Blank slides: Best suited for slides that are used in-between different topics
      2. Title: Best suited for presenting Titles and Topic 
      3. Text: Best suited for text content
      4. Text and media: Best suited for a mix of text and media content
      5. Fullscreen media: Best suited for multimedia content that requires a full-screen attention
      6. Webpage link: Best suited for links (to reach another site)


    2. Add questions within lessons (all question formats available on quiz editor are available on lessons too)
      1. Draw 
      2. Fill-in-the-blanks
      3. Multiple-choice questions
      4. Open-ended
      5. Polls
  4. Click on Import to import a PDF, PowerPoint (PPT) and Google Slides into a Quizizz lesson
    However, you will not be able to edit them once they're uploaded onto your Quizizz lesson



  5. You can add text, media, shapes, and numbers into every slide

  6. Once you complete creating a lesson, save it to your library
  7. You can now host this lesson live or assign it as homework

Your students can join a live or homework lesson using an active joinmyquiz.com link and code. 


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