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Punctuation Marks - Grammar - Drag and Drop

Uploaded by Serkan Çelik, Bilkent University (Turkey)


This video clip exemplifies a conceptual teaching of punctuation marks via a drag and drop activity. Throughout the activity, learners are expected to match punctuation marks with their names on the interactive board.


Target language: English

Resource language: English

Native language of learners: Turkish

Age range: 17+

Language level: B1 - Intermediate

Educational context: Higher Education

IWB Features: Drag & drop

Teaching methods: Individual activity

Language area: Grammar

IWB board used: Promethean

Teacher comment

I am researching gamificaiton of EAP and I tried to make this activity like a game by using the features of the IWB.

Learner comments

Benim okuduÄŸum alanda örneÄŸin etkinlik olarak beyin resmi koyup belli bölgeleri kapalı bir kare koyarak  bu bölgelerin ne olduÄŸunu sorgulamak mümkün ve direk öÄŸrencinin katılabildiÄŸi bir ÅŸekilde ders yapabilmek  söz konusu olabilir.

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