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Whole class game resources

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Hi. I teach French and History in Castle Douglas. I have set up a website to help my history pupils to revise. On my site I have included some interactive games which can be used for whole class revision using a smartboard/interactive whiteboard and data projector. I am making these available to other teachers, you can see examples atreviseonline and follow the link to teacher resourced.

The games included for example, the weakest link, family fortunes, battleships and blockbusters.

Although most games are for use with your own questions, family fortunes and battleships require set questions. I am happy to personalize your own copies if you email the question in a word document.

Lesley

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For the use of interactive whiteboards in language teaching see Section 4 on whole-class teaching in Module 1.4 at the ICT4LT website:

http://www.ict4lt.org

See also Section 7 in Module 1.3 on using PowerPoint in whole-class teaching.

There are two commercial products designed to be used in whole-class teacching:

Games Box: http://www.camsoftpartners.co.uk/gamesbox.htm

TaskMagic: http://www.camsoftpartners.co.uk/taskm.htm

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