What is Quizlet?

  • Quizlet is a free website and app that students can use to create their own interactive vocabulary flashcards (with images) or browse 1000s of decks created by others around the world. Once created, students can learn and practice using 6 different study and game modes. Flashcards also have build-in audio in 18 languages; making this tool perfect for language study, practicing pronunciation and learning new vocabulary.
  • Click here to view Bulldog Tech Challenge #4: Quizlet (PWCS Teachers, click here).

Quizlet on the Go!

Key Features

  • Create your own custom flashcards and/or search the Quizlet library of flashcards created by others.
  • 6 study modes to help reach all learners. Click here to view each study mode "in action."
    • Flashcards: Flip through and familiarize yourself with the material.
    • Learn: Track your progress and review the things you got wrong.
    • Scatter: Match words to their definitions and try to finish faster than your friends.
    • Test: Prepare for the actual test with an automatically graded quiz.
    • Space Race: Earn points by typing in words before their definitions vanish off screen.
    • Speller: Type what you hear. Works in 18 different languages!
  • Ability to add visuals to flashcards.
  • Built-in audio tool in the flashcards that works in 18 different languages!
  • Create a classroom; allowing students to quickly gain access to the flashcards you make available to them.
  • Built-in self evaluation tools.
  • PDF printing options allow you to provide offline access to students without at-home connectivity.

Source: http://quizlet.com

Integration Ideas

  • Students can create flashcards for important vocabulary, key players, and/or concepts in ANY subject area.
  • Ideas for using Quizlet in a Social Studies Classroom
  • Ideas for using Quizlet in an English Classroom
  • Ideas for using Quizlet in a Science Classroom
  • Ideas for using Quizlet in a Math Classroom
  • Ideas for using Quizlet in a World Languages Classroom


Tutorial for Students

  • This tutorial could be shared with students. It demonstrates how to create a new flashcard set and use it for courses that require special symbols and accents (i.e., Chemistry, Foreign Language, etc).