Note: Works best with Google Chrome and iOS for iPhone/iPad.
Step 1: Modify the Google Spreadsheet Template
- Make a copy of this template. (You'll need to sign-in with your Google account.)
- Edit the Student names. You can have up to 50 lists.
- Edit the Words lists.
- Add a phrase in quotes to clarify homonyms.
- Note: Practice and Quizzes are case-sensitive.
- Optional: Add an email address in each column of the Email Results to row to automatically receive quiz results for that student.
- You can use multiple email addresses separated by commas.
- (Be sure you can receive emails from email@example.com.)
- Label your spelling words by changing the name of the worksheet (at the bottom).
- Do not edit any cell with a blue background. Do not change the order of the worksheets (tabs).
Step 2: Publish Your Spreadsheet
- Go to File, Share, Publish to web, then click Publish.
Step 3: Get Your Flippity.net Link
- Click on the Get the Link Here tab of the template (at the bottom).
- Click on the Flippity.net link to see, practice, or take a quiz on your spelling words.
- Use the Quiz Only link to prevent students from accessing the List or Practice tabs.
Step 4: Bookmark and Share
- Bookmark the page to find it again quickly.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are there any options?
- You can change the spoken language/accent on the Options tab. Supported languages are Dutch, English (US & UK), French, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish.
- You can also change the speech rate. Minimum speech rate is 0.1 (slow); Maximum speech rate is 2 (fast).
- And you can choose whether or not the words are presented in random order on the quiz.
How do I know which student submitted quiz results?
- Spelling Test is designed to have a separate list for each student with their name listed in the "Student Name" row at the top of the spreadsheet. When set up this way, a student clicks on their name, takes their quiz, and the results are sent with their name listed in the email.
- If you're using the same word list for every student, you need to create a column for each student and copy the word list into each column. As you move from unit to unit, you can either change the words in your spreadsheet or create a new spreadsheet for each unit.