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课堂活动系列:新时代的猜字游戏

猜字游戏 (Charade1) 在现代课堂中经常被使用,笔者在本文中将探讨其使用方法及变体。在中文课堂中,有趣的课堂活动能够帮助学生加深对所学语言的了解,笔者经过亲身实践,发现猜字活动可以有多种使用方法。在21世纪的大背景下,老师们更可以运用科技活化自己的教学,将传统活动与现代科技相结合,激发学生的学习动机,提高课堂的参与度。

传统的猜字游戏 Traditional Charade

口说训练 Speaking:学生分成两组。每组派一个学生背对着幻灯片。幻灯片显示的是目的语-中文单词。队友需要立刻辨识单词意思,并表演出来,最快说出单词的队员获胜。每个队员轮流参赛。

写作训练 Writing:学生分成两组。每组派一个学生背对着幻灯片。幻灯片显示的是目的语-中文单词。队友需要立刻辨识单词意思,并表演出来,最快写出正确单词的队员获胜。每个队员轮流参赛。

新时代的猜字游戏 Charade in the 21st Century Classroom

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使用iPad或者iPhone活用猜字游戏 (Technology-based Charade):如果课堂内可以使用智能手机或者iPad,老师们不妨尝试一下这个游戏。这个活动步骤简单,广受青少年的欢迎,老师们可以将学生分成小组来进行活动,或者邀请不同小组依次进行比赛。Heads-up下载网址- https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/heads-up!/id623592465?mt=8

使用绘图活用猜字游戏 (Painting-based Charade):学生A使用位置词、家具词和相关语法描述自己的房间,剩下的学生边听边根据A所听到的画出房间的样子,A最后评价大家画的如何,并打分,同学们也根据A描述的流畅性和准确性给A打分。此游戏可以结合游戏卡片字卡来进行。

 

以上5种方法是根据核心活动猜字游戏 (Charade) 设计的,它们适合运动型的学生(kinesthetic learner),让学生在进行活动的同时学习语言知识,通过肢体语言激发学生学习热情和对词汇的记忆。老师在设计一个活动之余,不妨想想其各种变体,以便在课堂中更加灵活地调度。老师还可以充分利用科技来丰富自己的教学,让21世纪的课堂活动更加新颖,让新一代的中文课堂更加丰富有趣。

 

1. Charade: a game where players guess a word from people’s verbal and/or non-verbal clues.

 

 

小编推荐 A Note from the Editor

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ShihanLiu

ShihanLiu

Shihan Liu is currently a Chinese teacher at Poly Prep Country Day School in New York City. She teaches all upper school Chinese I, II, III, IV, AP Chinese and Ancient and Contemporary Chinese Literature. She is also doing part-time online lectures on GRE Analytical Writing to students in China, thanks to her experience as an ETS scoring professional and prior working experience at Beijing New Oriental School. Being enthusiastic about language, Ms. Liu holds her first Master of Translation and Interpreting from Beijing Foreign Studies University and she interned at United Nations Headquarters as a translator. She studied and lived in the UK at age 15 and has always been eager to promote cross-cultural communication in and out of the classroom. Besides teaching, she loves outdoor activities and cooking.

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