3. Lesson Interface

1. Toolbar

Clicking the page icon will open the toolbar.

  1. Previous page
  2. Teacher’s toolbar
  3. Student’s toolbar
  4. Set up the toolbar
  5. Close the toolbar
  6. Submit an answer
  7. Next page

2. Teacher's tool

When connecting to lesson, the teacher’s toolbar is divided into two parts: “teacher’s tools” and “student’s tool.” The teacher’s tools are meant for the teacher, and the student’s tools are meant to open those tools that are for students to use. To set tools to appear on the teacher’s or student’s toolbar, click on the rightmost gear button and customize the settings.

Teacher's tool: 

  1. Table of content: Open the e-book table of content to jump to a certain page.
  2. Correction:To open the correction mode, please refer to the next section 「"View Student Answer"」. “View Student Answers.”
  3. Show the answer: Shows the correct answer. You can choose whether or not to have the students display the answer in the setting.
  4. Student management: View the students and the number of them who have logged in. If you drag this icon to the nearby position of the student group, you can:
    1. Perform a black screen according to individual student names to prohibit input, reward or deduct stars, and carry out other activities.
    2. Perform the above operation for the entire group of students by holding down a certain student to select the entire group of students.
    3. Perform the above operation by clicking on the group on the right side of the screen.
  5. Whiteboard: To use as an electronic whiteboard.
  6. Electronic pen: Opening the electronic pen mode will allow you to write in the e-book.
  7. Competition mode : Allows the students to submit the correct answers in the fastest time possible.
  8. Video function  (to be released later):Opens the video function.
  9. Discussion: Opens the discussion window.
  10. Black screen: Black screening the students’ devices and prohibiting their input. Please note that students can still leave the program by clicking the “Home” key of their device. After leaving, the teacher will not be able to control the students. To control the use of the “Home” key in their devices, you must use the MDM (Multiple Device Management) program.
  11. No input: Students can read the paper but cannot do anything with the system.
  12. Voting: Opens the voting tool.
  13. Mouse: Displays a mouse on the screen so that students can understand where the teacher has pressed.
  14. Timer: A tool that helps the teacher calculate time.
  15. Print: Prints the e-book (desktop computer) or creates a .pdf (tablet computer).
  16. Browser: Opens the browser.
  17. Online dictionary: Opens the online dictionary.
  18. Glossary: Opens the glossary to view the words that have been added.
  19. Note: Opens the notebook
  20. Bookmark: Adds the current page to the bookmark book.
  21. Pinyin: Hides or shows the pinyin of phonics text.
  22. Text recitation: After opening and clicking on text in the book, the system will automatically read such text aloud.
  23. Rearrange: Reload the screen and pass the screen information to the students again.
  24. Test connection: Understand the connection speed.
  25. Find: Search the text or vocabulary in the e-book
  26. Analysis(Test): Quick statistic of student scores and submitted answers preview
  27. Export data: Export the e-book data:
  • Student report: export whole e-book students reports(excel file format)
  • Answer screen: export all pages/current page/current chapter students answer screens(png file format)
  • Answer audio: export all pages/current page/current chapter students answer audio(wav file format)
  • Answer video: export all pages/current page/current chapter students answer video(mp4 file format)
  • Answer photo: :export all pages/current page/current chapter students answer photo(jpg file format)

3. Student's Toolbar

  1. E-pen: Opening the electronic pen mode will allow you to write in the e-book.
  2. Peers: Students can check on each other’s answers
  3. Directory: Opens the e-book directory to conveniently jump to a page.
  4. TOC: Table of content of e-book
  5. Notepad: Opens the notebook.
  6. Bookmark: Adds the current page to the bookmark book.
  7. Glossary: Opens the glossary to check on the words that have been added.
  8. Online: Opens an online dictionary.
  9. Browser: Opens the browser.
  10. Discussion: Opens the discussion window.
  11. Pinyin: Hides or Display the pinyin of pinyin text.
  12. Read text: Press the text after opening the book, the system will automatically generate pronunciation.
  13. Reload : Reload the screen.
  14. Network test: Checks the connection speed.
  15. Answer: Show the predefined answers of each questions on the page.
  16. Find: Search the text/vocabulary in the e-book
  17. My Report: Display my report
  18. Whiteboard: Can write anythings on whiteboard.
  19. Score(Test): Display the gained scores of each answered questions.

3. Synchronizing and Submission Settings

  1. Page synchronization: Whether or not the e-book is synchronized on the devices of the teacher and students.
    1. Not synchronized.
    2. When the teacher turns a page, the students’ page will be turned synchronously, but the students can still turn their pages freely.
    3. Fully synchronized (does not allow students to turn the page): The pages of both the teacher and students are synchronized, and students cannot turn the page.
  2. Student submission mode (to be released later)
    1. Waiting for the teacher to check: The student can only check the answers when the teacher has pressed “Check Answer.”
    2. Check answer immediately: The system will automatically check the answers.
  3. Number of times the students can submit:
    1. Only once: After submitting, the submission button will be locked.
    2. Can be corrected after submission: After submitting the answers, the students can correct and submit them again.
  4. UI size: 
    1. Adjust the toolbar size. Defaulted value is 1.

4. Seating plan

The Seating plan will prompt up after you press [Student Management] tool, you can group the students and perform related operations.

Student groupings

  1. You simply move the student's icon to another student, and the system automatically sets up the group. A flag will also appear in the upper left corner of the group. If you want to remove a student from a group, you can simply move the student to a more distant location.

  2. Color groups and roles

    After the group is created, the members of the team will also be divided into different roles. For example, there are 2 students in the Red group, and they are automatically divided into role A and role B. The allocation of roles depends on the order in which the group is added, regardless of the position on the seating chart. For example, the first student to join the Red Group is role A, and the second is role B, so as not to affect the "by Role page" feature because of the role's location.

  3. Student and group operations

    You can click on individual students to perform black screens, prohibit input, reward stars, and jump pages. You can also perform these actions on the group by the flags of each group.

  4. Roles operation

    You can click on the role at the top of the screen to operate across groups. For example, you can make all the role A in all groups black screen, or make all roles A jump to certain page, and the roles B jump to another e-book.

  5. Clear Student operations.

    Press the Clear button in the upper-right corner to clear all students ' black screen, prohibit input, all paging.

  6. Next topic:Check the Student's Answers