By Steve C

May 31, 2020

In this video, Steve shows you three ways that he uses Dominoes in his classes.

1) Target Language practice.

2) Sequencing.

3) Question and Answer practice. In truth, the Dominoes don't really contribute any direct language to these games. Instead, Steve is using them as a mini reward so that his students don't have to worry about using the new English they've already learned.

We've noticed, that by simply adding a second objective (Dominoes) it's much easier to get students to produce language in a fun and natural way.

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