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Duolingo for Schools was designed with teachers and learners in mind. Although we know that we can never replace the valuable work that teachers do in classrooms, we aim to increase access to high-quality education and instruction by providing our platform as an educational resource. Here are some ways you can get started with using Duolingo in the classroom!
You can assign specific skills or an XP goal for students to meet by practicing with any activity they choose.
- Extra credit
Use XP assignments as extra credit to reward students for doing work on their own time.
- Daily warm-up
Have students work on Duolingo at the start of class. Set a time or a specific goal to reach as they settle in.
- Group activities
Race against the clock to see who can get the most XP, or divide into teams for some friendly competition.
Early finishers or those who need extra help can keep going at their own pace on material that's at their level.
Use "Duolingo time" as a reward... if you have students who have earned it!
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