Now, have your students solve the puzzles and answer the questions to unlock the breakout. There are 8 questions in total. The aim is to assess whether your students have comprehended the content presented in the animated video.
Consider adding a time limit to the breakout to increase the challenge.
Encourage collaboration and teamwork among students by having them work together to solve the puzzles and answer the questions.
Follow up with a debriefing session to discuss what students learned and how they worked together to solve the breakout.
Works nicely if students are divided into 2 or 4 groups.
Encourage students to provide an explanation for their choices to give them an opportunity to enhance their speaking skills.
If your students are unsure of the answer, click on the blue arrow to return to the previous question and leave the lock in the locked position. You can revisit the unanswered question once the game has concluded and assist your students in finding the correct response.
Answers when relevant
The app is set to accept various possible answers.
The BOOST Project (Building Open Online Series for Teaching) aims to improve the digital readiness of teachers of English as a foreign language to students aged 8 -14 by providing an open-access series of engaging native-speaker content videos linked with a Resource Pack of ready-made activities to stimulate production of the language in online learning.