Boost your sessions with Live Questions!
The live questions allow you to test the collective knowledge of your participants.
Ask them questions with multiple choice or single choice, with or without image. The response percentages, as well as the correct answer (s) are displayed at the end of the quiz on the broadcasting interface, while the participants' individual results and correct answers are displayed on their device.
If you don't know Live Questions!, discovery its description here.
How to animate a live questions ?
It is important to use the Cast on this activity to show the results to the whole room.
Once you have broadcast the activity, your participants will be able to start answering the current question. You will see live the number of participations having answered the question at the bottom left of your facilitator interface:
At the bottom right of your screen, you will find an indicator of the number of questions (here question n°1 out of 5 in total).
Once the number of votes has reached a sufficient level according to you, click on Closing of votes + Results. The display of the results as well as the correct answer (s) will then be done automatically on the cast as well as that of your participants. It's up to you to debrief all these results live, then click on to go to the next question.
Showing votes in live ?
During a live questions activity, the votes sent by the participants are automatically displayed on the cast before having closed the votes and displaying the results.
So that these votes are not displayed directly, you can press the following menus and click on "Display real-time votes" to deactivate it, this option is only taken into account for the live question in progress:
How to edit your live questions ?
If your live questions activity has been created since the session (how to create a live activity), you can modify it:
Click on the framed button:
Then select "Edit question" or "Delete question"
Did you know ?
It is quite possible to create a Live question with several questions, without scrolling them one after the other. You can start a first question then broadcast another activity, and then start again your Live questions by going to the second question.
Some additional tips
To animate your series of questions, you can opt for 2 different rhythms:
- You do according to the response rate, and boost latecomers.
- Also, don't spend too much time per question to avoid waiting too long and losing the energy and rhythm of your session.
- You always leave the same response time (10 to 15 seconds) to your participants.
- In this case, why not provide a little music and a count to motivate them!
For the first question at the start of the session, however, do not hesitate to allow a little more time to let your participants become familiar with Sparkup.
Always plan a debrief time for each question to enhance your live quiz!
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