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English powerpoint: How was your holiday? How was your holiday?

We went back to school today after our spring break. I played this game with my teenage pupils as a warmer to get gently back to work. Before you play stick up posters with A,B,C and D in the four corners of the class. The pupils "answer" the multiple choice questions by moving to the letter they have chosen. Itīs a good way to learn while moving around. Enjoy!

 Level:intermediate
Age: +12
 Format: PowerPoint
 Downloads:33
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Copyright 27/4/2015  Esther Vinches
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morenopalomares
Spain

Thank you so much for sharing!          posted by morenopalomares 20150428


CatandCo
France

Very original          posted by CatandCo 20180526
Thanks! Iīd never thought of doing that sort of "game"!
Have you ever tried working with "plickers"?