Teacher Edition- Episode 28: ESL Puzzle Game for ESL Lessons or other Disciplines feat. Katie Sill!
In this “Teacher Edition” episode of Board Gaming with English, Dustin talks to Katie Sill about how she has used a puzzle game in her class. Katie uses the puzzle game for her AP English Literature course. It is also great as an ESL puzzle game! Katie shares her experience as a teacher and how she has implemented the puzzle game in her class, as well as, some other games. Katie Sill is currently teaching PreAP English Literature at Hangzhou High School in Hangzhou China. With a BA in Creative Writing and International Studies, Katie moved to China to complete her MA in International Education through Concordia University, Irvine’s MAIS program. To get in touch with Katie, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Katie Sill is currently teaching PreAP English Literature at Hangzhou High School in Hangzhou China. With a BA in Creative Writing and International Studies, Katie moved to China to complete her MA in International Education through Concordia University, Irvine’s MAIS program. To get in touch with Katie, email her at email@example.com.
Katie’s Desert Island Questionnaire: Scrabble, Scattergories, and Catch Phrase
Making a Board Game!
Katie talks about her experience making a board game when she was in high school. This is a great project to help students review various topics. It is a great project-based learning activity for students in various subjects. Listen in to hear what Dustin has to say about this type of project and the implications in the classroom.
Katie also talks about a guess who game to help students learn about historical figures. A great game for history class!
ESL (and other disciplines) Puzzle Game
Katie and Dustin talk about a puzzle game she has used in her class to help her students with terminology in her English literature class. This puzzle game is a game to help students learn various concepts, definitions, or vocabulary. Take a listen to hear how Katie used it in her class. She talks about some of the rewards of doing this activity in class. She also addresses some of the challenges.
Check it out below:
Throughout the episode, Katie and Dustin mention a few games. If any of these games sound like something you might enjoy playing personally or in your class, you can help support our podcast by purchasing these games through our Amazon affiliate links. We will earn a small commission at no expense to you. Check out the games below: