Game Design, Gamification, Learning Design and Assorted Other Strangeness

Sports and Hobbies

This is a quick exercise in which students are asked to identify a sport or a hobby from a a series of pictures and then decide which is the odd one out. There are several possibilities for the odd one out and the students answers will help the teacher with t understanding the students better.

After the students identify all the vocabulary they then place the words in a graphic organiser with the verb that collocates. Students then must think of other examples of collocates for the same verb. The teacher can then use this activity to discuss questions like how often do you…..?

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