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  1.   Galaxies Galore, Games and More
Homepage for educators and developers Teaching tools Astronomy basics E/PO resources Teaching tools > With guides > Overview: Galaxies Galore Overview of "Online exploration: Galaxies Galore, Games and More" Description | How to use it in the classroom | Related materials | Printable parts Description: Online exploration: Galaxies Galore, Games and More is designed to allow elementary students to use their observational, pattern recognition, and classification skills to learn about galaxies. In the...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  2.   Concentration Game
Students will learn the names for ocean animals in the target language by playing a concentration game on the computer. Objectives Students will understand and interpret written and spoken language on a variety of topics. Students will reinforce and furthers knowledge of other disciplines through foreign language. Procedure First, students sing song about ocean animals in target language including physical...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  3.   ESL Tic-Tac-Toe - Game for English Learning
English as 2nd Language HomeEducationEnglish as 2nd LanguageSearch over 1.4 million articles by over 600 expertsESLAbout.comSearch ESLStart LearningContinue LearningTeach ESL EmailPrint Filed In:Intermediate English > Teaching Intermediate Level ESL Tic-Tac-Toe - Conditional Forms Tic-Tac-Toe games are a fun way for students to practise their English while enjoying some competition. The exercise is rather intuitive: Distribute the tic-tac-toe sheet. Students complete the sentence with one of the conditional forms. Students score an X or O for each sentence that is grammatically correct and makes se...
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    Grade Level: ESL

  4.   IPA Symbol Card Game
You are here: About>Education>English as 2nd Language> Lesson Plans> Pronunciation Lesson Plans> Lesson: IPA Symbol Card Game English as 2nd Language EducationESLEssentialsFree English CoursesBuild Your VocabularyDo You Need Lesson Plans for Your Class?Do you Know Basic English Grammar?QuizzesTopicsBeginning EnglishIntermediate EnglishAdvanced EnglishTeaching EnglishLesson PlansGrammarVocabularyListening SkillsWriting SkillsPron...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  5.   Lock Card Game
...uage, their meanings, and how they combine with base words to generate new meaning. The element of "fun" comes to mind. Students enjoy having fun and experiencing success. The acquisition of this skill can be turned into an experience where there is a successful marriage of learning and fun. A card game is useful for these purposes for several reasons. Students enjoy gaming. This will provide the fun part of the learning and it has been this teacher's experience that students enjoy nontraditional and/or unconventional teaching and learning strategies. Students tend to retain the information they gather f...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  6.   Career Connection Game
Career Connection Game Approximate Time Needed: 45-50 minutes Lesson Summary: Students will compare their perception of what they could be when they "grow up" with the tremendous possibilities of the real world. Hopefully, the significant difference in the number and scope between the students' expectations and search results w...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  7.   Spelling Game
SPARKLE OBJECTIVE: Student will play a game that challenges their spelling skills. OBJECTIVES: The student will a. practice their spelling vocabulary. b. develop a positive attitude towards learning. c. practice their listening skills. RESOURCES/MATERIALS: One copy of students spelling list, an area large enough for the whole class to stand in a ci...
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    Grade Level: 3-12

  8.   Games for Culminating Activity
Games for Culminating Activity Goals: To be creative in developing an activity that will help other students review the information studied in the past four weeks. To work effectively in groups to develop a culminating activity and to play other groups' respective activities. Content Areas: Language Arts - rea...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  9.   Memory Game: Who Were They and Why Did They Go?
Memory Game: Who were they and why did they go? Goals: To facilitate students' understanding of the explorers and their motivations for exploration. Content Areas: History - a historical look at explorers. Sociology/Psychology - motivations for the individual explorers and motivations for the society that sponsored t...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  10.   Jeopardy Game
Jeopardy Game Goals: To review terms that relate to ships and shipping to be prepared for a trip to a ship building company. To demonstrate how many terms, and their meanings, the students remembered from the presentation earlier in the week. Content Areas: History - characteristics of ships throughout time Language Ar...
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    Grade Level: 6-8


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