You can create topics with questions using a range of formats. Zondle advises you to only have 12 questions per topic. Once you have created your topics you can then put them into folders. I have set up 5 folders with most of the vocabulary taken from the sections of the AQA GCSE Spanish Revision Guide (General Vocabulary, Lifestyle, Leisure, Work and Education, Home and Environment). These games will be available to buy soon in the marketplace, if you don't want the arduous job of typing in your own vocabulary!
Once you have created your folders and topics, you can set these as homework or classwork for your students. You can type the students’ names in yourself or just ask them to enter the site by easily typing in the class code. You can even create different classes and then make the right folders available to the right students so that they don’t get confused.
Once the student has logged in they just choose the topic they need to practise and then decide which game they want to play.
The great thing about Zondle is that it allows you to easily monitor your students. With its leaderboard you can see who has spent the most time on the website and with its Gradebook you can see which topics each individual student has used. You can even create a snapshot of the Gradebook at certain points so you can make sure students have done their homework by checking that their scores have increased.
I love that you can give the students badges and that you are able to create your own rewards on the site – for example you could give sweets or house points if they earn so many zollars. You can even print out certificates for them!