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    My homemade English game

    Here is the game I made for private teaching at home.

    It is for a group of students and can be modified for what ever level.
    This is just part of the information. It should give you a rough idea of how it works.
    It is a big hit with the kids. I use it as a reward after, drill or other lessons.

    The idea is to have the students be as much a part of the design process as possible.

    They help make every part of the game. This way the rules are easily understood. One of the advantages is that it can scaffold--build upon learnt ability.






    if anyone wants to know more, just PM me or post it here on this thread.
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    Re: My homemade English game

    Great job. What age range?

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    Re: My homemade English game

    good one dunce.
    made one pretty similar myself. just had pick a card.
    50% were grammar/speaking related. 50% were fun. IE: walk around the room like a super model. mime such and such. works well.
    can have different cards for different ability. yours? if so market the idea.
    i'm sure it would sell.

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    Re: My homemade English game

    I did think about marketing it, and it has been suggested by others as well.

    keegan, Maybe you want to hook-up and go 50/50?

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    the kids really enjoy it, and as a bonus, what you want to have them work on "pronunciationwise" can be incorporated in.

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    Re: My homemade English game

    nice

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