Big benefits of board games

dice-1264058_640Every Teacher’s Book today has a board game or two – but how about taking the activity further? For example, Marisa Constantinides suggests having learners create their own boards and game rules. The benefits are obvious: more language production, better student engagement, better retention. You can find out more here (also, see some lovely illustrations and download templates):
Student-Made Games

I have to say that the oldest students I have used board games with were 17, and I am not quite sure how to sell this activity to adults. Perhaps with proper justification…

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