Teach Like The Tonight Show: Google Chrome Word Sneak Game #GAFE
Teach Like The Tonight Show with the Word Sneak Game
Word Sneak + Google Chrome Vocabulary
- Incognito Window
- Google Groups
- Chrome Profile
- Chrome Extension
- Hot Dogs
- Bookmarks Bar
- Chrome App
- Peyton Manning
- Pinned Tabs
Suggestions for Word Sneak Implementation:
- Try to mix it up: If you just use the regular vocabulary that is part of your unit of study, this game could fall flat. Add some fun pop culture references, or celebrities to help students make their conversation funny and engaging.
- Share the word list paperlessly: I used to print out slips of paper with the word lists for each partner so each person could only see THEIR list. That’s fine and does add a little mystery to the conversation, but I discovered that it wasn’t too revealing just to post the words on a slide or web page would everyone could see at the same time. I don’t like using paper, so this has been the best option for me.
- Keep the list short and sweet: If the list is too long, it will become too time-consuming and laborious to keep the conversation going.
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