Game Design, Gamification, Learning Design and Assorted Other Strangeness

Email Conversations

There are many ways to use this activity.

You can give students an email to read and then ask them to supply the replies or the conversations.

You can ask the students to fold the page in half write an email inviting someone to a party. The students hand the sheet to the person on their left who writes a reply and  then hands it back.

I’m sure there are hundreds of more good ideas for it. Have fun!

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