Have to do "show and tell"?
My high school makes students do special projects now and again. Right now we are doing "show and tell". I changed the format this year so students have to make an English learning game to help them study English, and then show it to the class and explain how you play it, what they changed, and what they think they can study with that game.
Students, apart from the presentation itself, are made to think about different ways to study English. They share ideas to study English more effectively. Any resources they make can be used to make a game library.
My students, creative bunch that they are, also give me heaps of ideas that I can use in other classes (including local games that I would otherwise be unaware of).
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