So in our previous topic, we talked about how students can create GIFs to bring vocabulary and processes to life.
Now, we can focus on what to do with them!
As you may know, student created GIFs work on most teacher websites. They also work in PowerPoints (once you are in slideshow mode).
Did you know that GIFs play in Kahoot? Kahoot is an awesome, interactive quiz game that works with all device types. Load a GIF like a picture and ask a thought provoking question that relates to the GIF.
GIFs also work in Google docs, Google slides, etc. Instead of a card sort---consider an animated one using a Google Doc and GIFs! Click here for an example of a Google Doc showing a virtual card sort!
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