Un très bon jeu de FLE pour s'entraîner à l'accord du participe passé. Avant de commencer vous pouvez choisir le degré de difficulté voire le type d'accord sur lequel vous souhaitez vous entraîner ! À utiliser sans modération :-)
Recently there was, what could have been, a fairly benign thread posted on the Moodle forums about how to create more interactive lessons. JP, the thread originator, was simply looking for a way to bring a little more life to the Moodle experience.
As can be expected from the Moodle community, there were others who immediately dove in and offered help and ideas – specifically by looking at all of the features available in the lesson module. However, JP was looking for something even beyond this.
Quality PBL takes advantage of built-in and designed levers of quality that helps the teacher as facilitator align the thinking and learning we’re after in our students. As the graphic above shows, it’s these 5 Levers of Quality working in concert that elevate the desired thinking and learning whether that be content standards, skills, or both.
Now you can completely customize the layout of sections in your Moodle course using the new Board course format plugin which is released for Moodle 3.0 version.
Board aka grid course format plugin allows you to have full flexibility between sections and columns. You can choose the quantity and width of columns and sections in each column which makes it very easy to customize the layout of the course.
The plugin also comes with a designer mode which can be turned on from the course settings page to check the position and size of the sections as it will show the sections with a different color background.
As I was reviewing the #mootieuk16 twitter thread recently I came across this gem submitted by Mark Glynn about how to set up a Moodle gradebook to manage assignments with different weightings. Knowing as we do the passionate struggles some Moodlers have with the gradebook, I thought it was too good to pass up the share.
The best part is that Mark’s link points to a public Google Doc that gives a full tutorial about how to set up weighted grading. Fantastic stuff and another example of the power of the Moodle community.
Not many Moodlers use the Lesson Activity in Moodle. Mostly because it’s neither a brilliant quiz engine nor a replacement for the book module. But when you combine both these elements and spend a bit of time on the design you can create engaging, interactive learning packages that can stand their own against popular content creation tools, and best of all, it’s authored natively in Moodle.
Let’s look at the benefits/features of using the lesson module:
* Include a file popup – such as a supporting word doc or PDF, similar to what Storyline lets you do with resources * Display a progress bar (which by the way can be styled to high heaven with CSS to look funky with gradients) * Display an on-going score to learners so they can see their grade * Can be set to work like a slideshow/stage with fixed height so it feels more like a Powerpoint or SCORM package * Can be a timed activity * Can be password protected * Availability can be based upon completing a previous lesson – very powerful feature * Availability can also be based upon the time spent on a previous lesson – perfect for Online Guided Learning Hours (UK requirement) * Allows for multiple attempts and limited retries (fully configurable) * In-built quiz with multiple question types * Ability to import questions from other platforms * Branching and clustering – allows for random quiz slides * Workflows and pathways – learners can see different slides depending on the answers to a question – can be made interactive and personal. * Can be linked to outcomes for improved reporting * Has its own reporting tools * Links with the Moodle gradebook
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