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English teachers - What literacy resources/games would you like to use with your classes?

Discussion in 'Secondary' started by ktteacher, Aug 15, 2019.

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What quick-to-learn-and-play games focuses would you use in your classes?

  1. linguistic terminology (secondary)

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  2. common misspellings

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  3. poetry quotations (AQA/EDUQAS)

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  4. novel/play quotations and plot structure (AQA/EDUQAS)

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  5. English terminology - (primary SATS)

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  6. sentence types

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  1. ktteacher

    ktteacher New commenter

    Hi, I'm an English teacher of over 25 years and I'm currently developing for sale a range of quick-to-learn-and-play educational card games to help students learn things that they MUST learn which would normally be a chore: eg. common misspellings, SPaG terminology, secondary English terminology, literature quotations etc. I've used them in my classes over the course of my career with a wide range of students. They love them! We usually play them as starters or plenaries. They can be played in groups of 2-5. I'm interested in knowing if you would like to play these kind of games with your classes to learn the above focuses? Thank you for your time?
     

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