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“How it’s made – satellite photos” – Kahoot quiz

Kahoot quiz at the end of the “How it’s made – satellite photos” Edu-Arctic lesson

To do a Kahoot quiz you a computer with Internet access, a multimedia projector and loudspeakers. The students also need devices with Internet access (smartphones, tablets or laptops). If not all students have the necessary equipment, the quiz should be done in teams.

First use link (click PLAY button below).

Select game mode: “Classic” or “Team mode”.
a. Classic – Students answer the questions individually. To do this, each student must have a device with Internet access (smartphone, laptop, computer).
b. Team mode – Students do the quiz in teams. Before the system allows them to answer a question, they are given time to discuss their ideas. This option is particularly recommended when it is impossible for every student to use a device individually.
c. Once the game mode has been selected, a number (known as the Game PIN) will appear on the screen. Students go to kahoot.it and enter the PIN number in the space provided in order to log in. Next, they enter names, which will appear on the screen.
ATTENTION: If any of the names entered by the players is offensive or contains words generally considered to be rude, the quiz leader can delete the player from the game. Their name will disappear from the screen.
d. Once all students have logged in, the teacher clicks “Start” and follows instructions.

Related Polarpedia terms: Geostationary orbit, Polar orbit, Satellite.

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