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What are VCOP games?

Discussion in 'Primary' started by geek84, Jan 15, 2011.

  1. geek84

    geek84 New commenter

    My 9 year old lad has been asked by his teacher to improve his vocabulary by using VCOP games.
    Could someone please explain what VCOP games are?
    Many Thanks
  2. dav1970

    dav1970 New commenter

    Vocabulary, Connectives, Openers, Punctuation. If you look for VCOP games on TES resources there are loads of things. They are simply games or activities involving VCOP that you can drop into your daily routine. I sometimes do mine as English starters or do them in golden time as my Year 5s love them. It can be anything from 'Just a minute' style games to sitting around in a circle with a bag of 'What if...' questions for class discussion.


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