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Teacher Edition (Classroom Logistics): Game-based Writing Lesson feat. Grace Withmory – 031

Teacher Edition- Episode 31: Game-based Writing Lesson feat. Grace Withmory!

Episode Overview

In this “Teacher Edition” episode of Board Gaming with English, Dustin talks to his wife Grace Withmory. She currently works as a high school ELL and digital art teacher. In the episode, they talk about how Grace has used Story Cubes and Imagidice with her high school ELL students. Grace elaborates on one particular activity she has used in her class that uses the cubes as inspiration for creative writing and storytelling. To get in touch with Grace, email her at: gwithmory@gmail.com.

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Episode Topics

Grace Withmory

Grace is currently teaching ELL and Digital Media at a private American high school in Taipei, Taiwan. She is always looking for ways to push her students’ creativity, and she has found Story Cubes and Imagidice helpful in doing just that!
Grace’s Desert Island Questionnaire: Terraforming Mars, Codenames, Bang!

Using Story Cubes in Class – Plot Elements!

Grace talks about using Story Cubes and Imagidice in her reading class when she covers the different elements of a story. Students roll cubes, and then they assign each cube to a specific element of a plot. She talks about how the cubes force students to think outside the box and find creative ways to connect the images. Check it out below:

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Other Resources and Methods for using Story Cubes and Imagidice Mentioned in the Episode

Dustin and Grace both talk about some other applications for these awesome classroom tools. One game Dustin discusses is one proposed by Byron (Teacher Edition: Board Games, Business, and STEAM feat. Byron and Angel from Kanga Games – 020) who was on the podcast in a previous episode. He talks about using the dice as a way to practice grammar by using the dice and time as two added gamification elements in his lessons.

Check out Imagidice Pedagogical Resources!


Games in this Episode

Throughout the episode, Grace 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:

Grace’s Desert Island Questionnaire

Terraforming Mars and…

Codenames

Bang!

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