THE REAL TRICK: TURNING A TEST INTO A GAME

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At the beginning of February, Svetlana Kandybovich from ELT-CATION asked me if I would design a board game template in PowerPoint for her.

I had some free time and I was happy to help because Svetlana has always been so supportive of this page.

However, I did ask if she would be willing to write a guest post about using the board game on tekhnologic.

Luckily for me, Svetlana agreed.

I hope you enjoy reading her post as much as I did!


THE REAL TRICK: TURNING A TEST INTO A GAME

“It’s still magic even if you know how it’s done.”
Terry Pratchett

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[Image credit: Christophe Verdier, Flickr.com]

Over my rather long career as a teacher, I believe that I have received what I would consider the greatest compliment my students could ever give me.

It was on the day when they learnt their final test results…

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