How to create your own label based exercises?
be efficient, educational tools must adapt to YOUR educational needs and
provide you with the exercises you need, when and where you need them.
This is why Etligliss is an open application that basically offers a
working platform on which you will be able to build the exercises that
your pupils need.
It is extremely easy to create your own exercises with Etigliss, and the
following pages will show you how to proceed, starting with the signing up
process that will set up your personal account on this site. This is
absolutely free of charge and of commitment, but is required so that a
certain amount of space can be allocated to store your exercises. You will
later be able to download them from your personal account onto your pupils'
Android tablets. Exercises are grouped by "classes" so that you can easily
make the right exercises available to the right group of pupils.
Each exercise will consist of "board", made up of
- a series of labels, which can either be
- text based - i.e. showing characters and words of
- image based - i.e. showing a
photo or drawing that you can download from your own Picasa / Google +
Web album or from other web based sources
- a background, which can contain
- a picture - e.g. a photo or drawing that could scan
and / or
- a frame or table that will split the board in a
number of areas within which labels can be sorted by the pupils.
: to listen to the text displayed on each
label - or associated with the image even if not displayed - the pupil only
needs to hold the label for about 2 seconds (long hold) without moving it,
which will trigger the tablet's synthetic voice (provided the teacher has
chosen to enable the audio feature for this exercise). The following pages provide step by step guidance
on how to
A series of video tutorials (in french) provides
useful hands on tips that will help you get started without unnecessary
Since this tool is aiming to promote an educational approach of high
quality, a few pages illustrating how it
can assist in this aim are also available.
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