Let’s Play! – How to Teach Games Like a Pro (Odd-One-Out)

Do you find it difficult to get students to understand how to play the games in a lesson? After all, the games are the most fun part! You don’t want your students to miss out of them!

I have tried my best to EXPLAIN the game. Why they still can’t get it???

This could be because the student hasn’t been properly prepared.

Today, Teacher Edward brings you the scaffolding technique to solve this problem.

Find out in this video how to prepare a student properly so he can eventually play odd-one-out without stumbling trying to work out how to play it!

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Joanne van der Bank
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Joanne van der Bank

This is so useful! Thank you

Neetika
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Neetika

Great tips, very useful.

Darcy Langenfeld
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Darcy Langenfeld

Love it!! Uncomplicated way using flash cards and get a successful learning lesson!

Nancy Thompson
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Nancy Thompson

Awesome

Rochell Ramo Cabahug
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Rochell Ramo Cabahug

Thank you

M Saliman
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M Saliman

Thanks … very useful tips.

Linda Shawver
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Linda Shawver

This is one of the more difficult activities for younger learners. You made it so easy without a lot of words. Thanks so much–I will use this technique next time. 😊

Andrew Van Ees
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Andrew Van Ees

Great tips, very useful.

Sandra
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Sandra

Great strategy. Never seen it used in games. AAwesome tips.

Nico Johannes Antonie Kruger
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Nico Johannes Antonie Kruger

Thank you, I will try it the next time!

Marva Young
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Marva Young

Wonderful

Sarah Bellon
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Sarah Bellon

Thank you for sharing Teacher Edward’s tips!

Delilah A. Castro-Rammos
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Delilah A. Castro-Rammos

Wow, this is something i can use .

Kristina
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Kristina

Wow, I love it!

Mia V.
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Mia V.

Great tips! Thanks!

I noticed something interesting on the top of the screen. Was this lesson really 90 minutes?

Mia V.
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Mia V.

By lesson I mean the lesson you used as an example.

Andrea Cecilia Garcia Rivera
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Andrea Cecilia Garcia Rivera

Thank you very much! Great tips!

Silke
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Silke

Thanks Eddie, that is really helpful! 🙂

Lissete
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Lissete

Letting them get a gist before playing is the key after learning the vocabulary. Thank you for the tip! 🙂

Fabiana Menezes
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Fabiana Menezes

Thanks for sharing, Eddie.

Rochell Ramo Cabahug
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Rochell Ramo Cabahug

Auligey

Darcy Langenfeld
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Darcy Langenfeld

Great tips!!! Thank you.

Jolene Raison
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Jolene Raison

Oh wow I struggled with this exact exercise a few weeks back. I totally flopped! Thank you! Loved this.

Nicola Pronk
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Nicola Pronk

Thank you! I will try this (=

Daniella Macolino
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Daniella Macolino

This is a great video! Thank you for sharing.