Truth or Dare for English Language Learners
"Serious Learning Wrapped In Fun"
learning at its best, Truth
or Dare for English Language Learners is
more than just a game: it’s a chance for students to communicate about
real things in a controlled, pressure-free environment. For their part,
students might just see it as a whole lot of fun. Used judiciously,
however, Truth or Dare can be a useful tool for incorporating
meaningful practice into the routine of learning. Use it also to gauge
progress with spoken output and assess which learning targets have been
attained. A small footprint and simple gameplay make Truth or Dare easy
to deploy in the classroom. Whether looking to just reward students,
liven up class time or set, test and meet serious goals, Truth or Dare
for English Language Learners should be part of every
teacher’s bag of
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Truth or Dare for English Language Learners has been nominated for the 2012 ELTon Award for Innovation in Learner Resources. Read all about it on our Blog.
Napoleon came up short. Nastier despots were deposed in turn. Amateurs all! Here at Speekeezy we'll stop at nothing but total world domination. Mwa-Ha-Ha! [Maniacal laughter.] With Truth or Dare for English Language Learners, we're taking over the world one country at a time. The map above shows an effective onslaught already, with deep incursions into every continent except Antarctica. Penguins, you're next. ToD is lighting up classrooms, delighting students in 28 countries that we know about and probably a few that we don't. Using ToD but your country is not depicted? Let us know and we'll pin you to the map as well.
[Map is rendered in Adobe Flash and will not display on iPad or other Apple mobility products.]