Video quizzes - getting the student workload right
Some fundamental questions about using videos in class - we would love to know what you think.
How long is the ideal video quiz that you build a 45-minute lesson around?
How many questions should there be in a video quiz that is about 5 minutes long?
No more than 5
Between 5 and 10
At least 10
How much time should elapse between two questions in a video quiz?
At least 10 seconds
It doesn't matter, they can follow each other with a couple seconds of break
At least half a minute
How many different focuses should a video quiz for a single lesson / homework assignment have in total?
For instance, a video quiz could focus on the Present Perfect Simple vs. the Past Simple (that's one focus), or listening for features of connected speech (that's a second one), or formal and informal ways of making a request (that's a third one).
Just a single focus
Two focuses are fine but no more
The more the better
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