Reverse Scrabble | jivespin

I first saw Scrabble being applied in lessons by Amjad Ali and his original post can be found here  – http://ift.tt/2nJxQtB – since then, many others have used the idea with variations with great success. Indeed, when I used it in an interview lesson, the students gave it a round of applause they liked it so much.

A variation of this idea I have used recently, is to give the students the Scrabble value of a ‘mystery’ word which is linked to the lesson. Using the Scrabble score card, students have to work out the ‘mystery’ word – it could, of course, be more…

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Reverse scrabble | jivespin

I first saw Scrabble being applied in lessons by Amjad Ali and his original post can be found here  – http://ift.tt/2nJxQtB – since then, many others have used the idea with variations with great success. Indeed, when I used it in an interview lesson, the students gave it a round of applause they liked it so much.

A variation of this idea I have used recently, is to give the students the Scrabble value of a ‘mystery’ word which is linked to the lesson. Using the Scrabble score card, students have to work out the ‘mystery’ word – it could, of course, be more…

Continue reading at:

http://ift.tt/2m6mP96