Actually we have finished our course book Richmond Publishing’s Thumbs Up 3 and I’ve shared all our Digital Escape the Classroom games; but I’ve decided to prepare a summer revision game for my students.
The course book’s teacher pack has very well designed Practice Booklet Tests: These tests cover all units’ main topics and you can use them as end of unit – term tests or for revision just like I did. I had 3 untouched tests; so I wanted to use them as an educational and fun summer holiday English activity.
If this is your first time here and you want to learn more about Digital Escape the Classroom games, you may want to check my first blog post and if you want to download more games you can click the #escapetheclassroom tag from the main page.
So, I prepared this game using Richmond Publishing course book Thumbs Up 3 Unit 5 and 6 revision tests images and questions. Yes, I have turned an ordinary test into a Digital Escape Room.
Soon, I’m gonna share a “How to prepare a Digital Escape Room” tutorial – screen record YouTube video. Please, stay in touch ^_^
It is for our 3rd graders (CEFR A1, GESE 3, CYL Movers) but as I always say, you can play these games with any level above just for fun or as a time filler!
This is how the game looks like. It has 7 sections.
Grammar Focus: Simple Past Tense, regular and irregular words, to be (was, were)
As I said before, I’ve sent this game as an e-mail to my students. You can also send this game to your students. All you need to send them is the game pack. That’s it. For the instructions, you can tell them that they should start from section 1 and answer all the questions to get the passwords. When they have the passwords, they should use the QR code or the link to open the actual game where they will type the passwords and jump from section to section till the last one…
If you are not sure how it’s done, please before sending it to your students, play it yourself to get ready for any questions that your students may want to ask you 🙂
If you want to use this game in your online lessons or if you want to print it out and play it in the classroom, you can check my previous post and read all the tips and instructions you will need before you use it in your lessons.
Thank you for being here ^_^