Hi David Maybe its obvious to some but I'm not sure how to play and I also want to create a top 5 game as well. What is the point of it. There are always 5 answers. Do the students guess according to…Continue
Hi people, i'm doing a research on whether is good for English language teachers to use the L1 of the students or the target language (English) when teaching in the classroom. So i would really…Continue
I'd like to share in this forum and would like others to share, short stories that might apply to education / teaching and that will inspire. I believe stories and a narrative are powerful, whether…Continue
I've found on my computer back up drive - the solution you were looking for. Not exactly easy but check it out for the "concentration game". I remember finding this last year and checking it out but never used it to create a ppt game.
I'll also be filling the directory with many more flash games, if you or your students are interested in that. I like our game directory and should be great for student's extra practice....
Let me know what you think about these templates. You can put photos / matching under them and the students select the numbers....I'll try to make a quick game next week, if I can squeeze a few moments in...:) Maybe make a post and ask others to rise to the challenge????
The best way for a memory game is to use flash cards. Simply use the print preview function.
Get the Flags ppt in the powerpoint games folder of "resources". Download . Order the slides you want as the first ones in the sidebar by dragging into the order you want. (or easier copy/paste by holding down the ctrl button as you select, then paste them all).
After that, Go to "file" and then "print preview" Select 6 slides / page and then print. Cut out, laminate before if you wish. Print two copies for each group and they then use these to play concentration. See the forum discussion #44 Canned Lesson for a rundown on this.
Hope you can understand this, this is the easiest way to do it...You could make a big online/full screen one. I'd use the BAAM game as a template and then change the linking slides and take away the action feature of X.
Great motto! Welcome to EFL Classroom 2.0! I hope you'll find a great "home" for learning and teaching. I look forward to your own contribution here.
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