That’s right, a few months ago I put the first 2 ESL games for free. A couple days ago I was looking at my site analytics report and I saw that hardly anyone’s looked at this game.
Then I realized that I hadn’t really talked it up that much since making it free. Well, here goes.
Free ESL PowerPoint Game
The catch is, I always take the very first word out of the students’ mouth. So if there’s a great picture of Beijing, and they know it’s Beijing, but they get excited and yell out China, well, that’s going to be less points.
How Does it Work?
I then ask how many countries there are. A lot of students will come close. There are about 206 to 207, depending on the world situation at the time. After that I ask how many cities, and I get a groan. I don’t know, millions.
- Continent = 1 point
- Country = 2 points
- City = 3 points.
If one team doesn’t know, I give the other team a chance. If one team gets the continent or country, I give the other team a chance to get the next answer.
And don’t forget you can buy more for just $0.99 if your students love it – and they will!