The student must answer questions (possibly accompanied by audio and video material or YouTube videos) that have been devised by the teacher.
Click here for a general guide on how to make an Earz game.
To be set by the teacher:
• Sequence of questions (in sequence/random)
• Number of questions (or correct answers)
• answering speed
• score depending on time: yes/no
• new question / existing question. By typing a keyword in ‘existing questions’, a previously created question can easily be reused.
Content to be determined by the teacher:
• type of question:
– multiple choice question
– open question
– put in order (text)
– put in order (images)
• added video or audio material:
– audio clip (mp3 format) and/or image (jpg or png format)
– or: link to Youtube video (possibly including start and end point)
Usually, audio and video material is protected by copyright. Soundsupply/Earz accepts no liability for possible resulting claims; these are entirely for the account of the maker of the game in question.
1 Ask the desired question as it appears in the app..
2 Enter the correct answer here.
3 Type wrong answers here:
– enter the answers per line
– you can enter as many answers as you want, the app uses (based on coincidence) a maximum of 4.
In the app, the student must choose the correct answer by clicking.
1 Ask the desired question as it appears in the app.
2 Enter the maximum number of points to be gained (0-10). This allows you to ensure that a question will have less or more influence on the final grade.
In the app the student has to type in the answer.
Note: answers to open questions must be checked on the teacher page! Only when all questions have been graded, a final grade for the game will appear.
1 Ask the desired question/command as it appears in the app
2 Type words/text fragments here in the correct order:
– enter them line by line
– they are shown in random order in the app
3 If necessary, fix the first word/text fragment at the first position.
4 If necessary, fix the last word/text fragment at the last position.
In the app, the student must put the words/text fragments in the correct order.
1 Ask the desired question/command as it appears in the app.
2 Place the images (jpeg or png) here in the correct order:
• you can move them by dragging.
• 3 you can copy an image by clicking on the ‘copy symbol’ (Note: if you want to use the same image more than once, don’t drag it in multiple times, but use this copy function!).
• 4 you can delete an image by clicking on the ‘trash can symbol’.
• in the app the images are shown in random order.
5 If necessary, fix the first image at the first position.
6 If necessary, fix the last image at the last position.
In the app, the student has to put the images in the right order.