Level: C1 / CEFR
Authors: Guy Brook-Hart and Simon Haines
Creating a Class
You can create classes one of two ways.
Creating a course using the “+” icon next to Courses
- In the left sidebar, you’ll see the navigation title ‘COURSES’ select the + to the
- A window will open, input the class details and click continue. Once finished, your class will be created and you will be prompted to invite your students!
Creating a course in My Courses
You can also go to the “My Courses” page by clicking “COURSES” in the left sidebar. This takes you to a page that shows all of your courses. Choose the “Create a Course” button at the top to create a new course.
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Signing up with email
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Signing up with Google
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