Comments\ Questions phrasing

Annoto provides you the ability to gain insights on students' activity and learning. Using different types of questions can help you achieve exactly what you are looking for (Student's online presence, Levels of understanding, and video feedback).

Questions aimed to check presence

The main idea of this assignment is to cause students to get in the video and watch it.

Types of questions

  • Identifying elements in the video

  • General questions

Examples

  • "Please identify all the ... in the video"

  • "How did the video make you feel? "

  • "What 3 key elements are mentioned in the video? "

Video watching statistics can be found in the Annoto Analytics and Insights Dashboard.

Questions aimed to check levels of understanding

These questions dig deeper into the content of the video and provide a clearer view of the levels of understanding - of the class as a whole and of each student.

Types of questions

  • Theory to Practice - analysis

  • Probing questions

  • Cause and effect

Examples

  • "What are potential reasons for..."

  • "What are the advantages and disadvantages of..."

  • "Share examples of.."

  • "Analyze the video according to the model we studied in our last session"

The discussion itself can be managed in the Annoto Analytics and Insights Dashboard.

Questions that provide video feedback

This type of questions enable students to share what's on their minds and can

Types of questions

  • Emotional

  • Rational

Examples

  • "How did that video make you feel? "

  • "What did you think of the video?"

  • "What would you do differently..?"

Of course, any other question that comes to mind can be used.

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