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# Welcome to the Apple Pie lesson!

Welcome to the apple pie lesson!
In the next 3 minutes, you'll experience what it's like to teach through LessonUp and how it feels to participate as a studentAnd at the same time you are working on your baking skills! 👨‍🍳
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This lesson contains 16 slides, with interactive quizzes and text slides.

Lesson duration is: 15 min

## Items in this lesson

Welcome to the apple pie lesson!
In the next 3 minutes, you'll experience what it's like to teach through LessonUp and how it feels to participate as a studentAnd at the same time you are working on your baking skills! 👨‍🍳
Click on the arrows to navigate

#### Slide 2 -Slide

Join the lesson
1. Take your mobile phone and go to lessonup.app or open a new tab on your computer/laptop.

2. Scan the QR code or fill in the code that you see in the left bottom corner of your screen.

3. You are now participating in this lesson
as a student.

#### Slide 3 -Slide

What is your favorite memory of eating apple pie?

#### Slide 4 -Mind map

Mind map
The mind map is very easy to use in a lesson. To activate prior knowledge or to create group discussions  about a subject.
Difficulty

Usability
Didactics
The mind map can be used in the following teaching phases: activating prior knowledge, instruction, practice  group discussion,
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#### Slide 5 -Slide

QuizAt how many degrees Celsius do you bake an apple pie?
At how many degrees Celsius do you bake an apple pie?
A
150 degrees
B
180 degrees
C
200 degrees
D
220 degrees

#### Slide 6 -Quiz

Quiz question
The quiz question is very easy to use in a lesson. To activate prior knowledge or to quickly question students about a subject.
Difficulty

Usability
Didactics
The quiz question can be used in the following teaching phases: activating prior knowledge, instruction, practice, evaluation.
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#### Slide 7 -Slide

What ingredients go into an apple pie?
Drag the right ingredients to the bowl.
apple
butter
yeast
baking flour
pear
salt
eggs
cinnamon

#### Slide 8 -Drag question

Drag and drop
This type of question is often more challenging than a quiz question. You can use a drag-and-drop question in countless ways: from fill-in-the-blank exercises to topography.
Difficulty

Usability
Didactics
The drag-and-drop question can be used in the following learning phases: instruction, practice, evaluation.

#### Slide 9 -Slide

You need 400 grams of flour for a cake for 10 people.
How many grams of flour do you need for 12 people?

#### Slide 10 -Open question

Tell me more about your first or favourite memory of eating apple pie.

#### Slide 11 -Open question

Open question
With the open question you can let your students think about the lesson material. There is also more room to provide a detailed answer.
Difficulty

Usability
Didactics
The open question can be used in the following learning phases: activate prior knowledge, practice, evaluation.

#### Slide 12 -Slide

How happy does apple pie make you?
😒🙁😐🙂😃

#### Slide 13 -Poll

Poll
The poll is versatile and easy to use. For example, to poll the mood of the group or to end the lesson with the poll as an exit ticket.
Difficulty

Usability
Didactics
The poll can be used in the following learning phases: activate prior knowledge, evaluation.

#### Slide 14 -Slide

Spinner
The spinner is a great way to initiate engagement and interaction with your students. You can randomly call on your students to answer or create discussion. Or you provide terms or questions that can then also probe more discussion.

Questions?