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    Default Activities and Games in Teaching

    Describe a mingle activity you might create for a new class of intermediate level students to help them introduce themselves to each other.
    Devise an information gap activity in which one student has a used car he wants to sell. Another student, having seen an ad in the paper about the car, calls asking for more information about the car. Each wants to strike the best deal.
    Explain why a board game like "Monopoly" or "Clue" might not be appropriate for a group of language learners. How could you adapt them to be appropriate?
    Explain why traditional party games like "Charades" or "20 Questions" would be good games to use in the EFL/ESL classroom. What would be the specific language point students would be working on with these games? Give examples.

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    Default Re: Activities and Games in Teaching

    Quote Originally Posted by vipin1212 View Post
    Describe a mingle activity you might create for a new class of intermediate level students to help them introduce themselves to each other.
    Devise an information gap activity in which one student has a used car he wants to sell. Another student, having seen an ad in the paper about the car, calls asking for more information about the car. Each wants to strike the best deal.
    Explain why a board game like "Monopoly" or "Clue" might not be appropriate for a group of language learners. How could you adapt them to be appropriate?
    Explain why traditional party games like "Charades" or "20 Questions" would be good games to use in the EFL/ESL classroom. What would be the specific language point students would be working on with these games? Give examples.
    This seems to be work that you have to do. We can't do it for you.

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