ELTon Award Nominee

Truth or Dare for English Language Learners was nominated for the 2012 ELTon Award for Innovation in Learner Resources. The ELTon Awards is a program of the British Council designed to "recognise and celebrate innovation in the field of English language teaching," Nominated ESL and EFL learning resources are assessed on the basis of three criteria: innovation, practicality and effectiveness.

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Truth or Dare for English Language Learners

PostHeaderIcon Woulda Shoulda Coulda Game

Blog & Dare - Learning Games
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Finding authentic opportunities to practice the Third Conditional can be difficult. Since this particular set of targets is often used to express regrets, students may be reminded of personal trauma if asked to share language-appropriate personal experiences in the social setting of the classroom. Yet being able to articulate such things beyond the learning environment remains essential.

The woulda • shoulda • coulda™ game provides a mechanism for non-threatening, meaningful practice. In the spirit of competition, gameplay provides an incentive for students to accurately use and assess the target forms while peer-correcting for additional points. In the interest of depriving rivals of scoring opportunities, gameplay further encourages players to dig deep, exhausting any given topic. As a result, output becomes more extensive than might otherwise be expected. Click to download.


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