I really like Didactor because it really is an easy way to use gamification, when we use games mechanisms in the learning. And as you will soon see, it is not some special advanced game really, but just another way to learn where we meet halfway.
This combined with that I as a teacher has eye on everything that happens and I mean in every single second together with the fact you can follow up the students makes me feel I control the learning. I can also use them, the tasks, as test because I do the key answers myself, and best of all, it can be self-correcting.
Once you have typed the correct letter they appears in green and will proceed to the next letter until the word is färdigutskrivet. Letter incorrectly marked as red, and proceeding to the next step with "enter".
Note that you must set whether it is word for word, or multiple words at once may be allowed.
If you are using the selling off words, there is no answer, the student can save a game, thief watch and write off everything in the next round. The downside is that my experience is that it is usually "a," "an," "and," etc. falling away. If you yourself instead remove the words, you can instead hide result for the student.
Either click on each letter or click on the word's beginning and end.
The student must take every word with the pointer tool (mouse, fingers, etc.) and place the words right so that they form a proper sentence.