Asking questions tic tac toe

rtrsalinas 2011-10-08 18:08:48

The idea of the game is for groups to link together three squares to win as in normal tic-tac-toe. Groups gain a square by giving a correct question for the information provide. In this way, you can target the game at any level you want for whatever target language you want.

This downloadable printable is best suited for adults at Beginner (pre-A1) level. It is valuable for teaching Questions in English, and was designed for improving your pupils' Speaking skills.
Copyright License: This file is licensed by rtrsalinas under the iSLCollective Copyright License

Upload date: 2011-10-08 18:08:48

Author: rtrsalinas

from Mexico

I love languages. And I have invested a lot of my time learning as many of them as I can. When I am done with a language I begin a new one. I think that the possibility of being always a foreign language student does not let me loose the focus of my teaching: my students. Being a student makes me remember, all the time, of how can I be sympathetic with my students too. This experience also allows me to introduce techniques that I learn from my teachers as well as those that I learn from my colleagues. I always ask myself whether my teaching practices are good as part of the process of continuous reflection. Nowadays I teach English, Portuguese and Spanish

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