Here’s a quick instructional video for a very adaptable classroom game:
I’ve written about this game in a previous post, with an example using conditionals, so for a full written version of the instructions you can [click here]
The game works well because everything the students produce is personalised. Early in the term, if they don’t know each other very well, it’s great as a get to know you where students can share their experiences.
Alternatively, if the students have been in the same class for a while, it’s even better. They’re really able to trick each other and write convincing sentences from their classmates’ perspective.
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May 8, 2019 at 8:29 am
What a great idea! I love the game Dixit and this is a great use of the rules.
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