Game Station

Game Station

I try to always include a game station when I do stations. The “game” may actually be speaking practice or vocabulary review or hands-on action with the language, but if it has some competitive aspect, then it’s a game! This station gets students...
Game Language

Game Language

I have been accused of playing a lot of games in class. I’m proud of it. This is a way to get students actively involved and more engaged in class. Each game has a specific purpose. It might be to review, to teach, or to practice a specific set of vocab or...
Got It!!

Got It!!

¡Lo tengo! Got it! Je l’ai trouvé! This vocabulary game perks them up quickly and gets every student involved. Thanks to Maggie J. for this exciting activity! 1. Divide students into two teams. 2. Each team gets a set of cards with pictures for the vocabulary....
Connect 4!

Connect 4!

I love throwing a game into a lesson plan to liven it up a little. I created one inspired by “Connect Four” using symptoms and body parts; however, this could be modified for any topic. Many of my students did not play strategy games when they were young,...