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Skyscraper Parcours

Skyscraper Parcours | English Teacher's Digest | Scoop.it
Level: Kids of all levels Location: Connected classroom Aim: Better classroom management Game: Skyscraper Parcours Flight was a successful blog post and gave us an all a way to give our learners an incentive to work competitively on what was before...
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Pas Cap (A spelling game)

Pas Cap (A spelling game) | English Teacher's Digest | Scoop.it
Copyright © 2014 Emma Gore-Lloyd
I loved this game when I was learning French at school (probably because I was really good at it) and was delighted to be able to use it in class yesterday. I know it as Pas Cap (short for Pas Capable?
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Guessing Meaning From Context

Guessing Meaning From Context | English Teacher's Digest | Scoop.it
Level: Upper intermediate+ Location: Computer room Skills Focus: Reading Language focus: Guessing meaning from context Game: Something Amiss As an autonomous learner there are times when you come across a word that you don’t know and there’s...
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If you've got access to a computer room or can think of other ways for studens to do it - homework maybe?

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Jenga in the classroom

Jenga in the classroom | English Teacher's Digest | Scoop.it
Everyone loves playing Jenga. If you watch the video below even cats fall victim to this addicting game! 
How can we take this fun game and make it educational?
There are several ways!
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This looks fun. Word of advice though...don't try playing Jenga with a 3 year old like I did - he only wanted to knock it over :(

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Monkey Madness Speaking Activity

Monkey Madness Speaking Activity | English Teacher's Digest | Scoop.it
Level: Pre-intermediate Location: Connected Classroom Skills Focus: Speaking Language focus: In-game vocabulary Game: Monkey Go Happy In my experience I’ve found that young language learners can assimilate and produce language above their level if...
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