Crossword puzzle maker. The Crossword puzzle maker is used to make simple crossword puzzles.
It turns out that good crossword puzzles of the type found in newspapers are fairly hard to generate, and require a pool of lots of words, not all of which are used. This program puts all of the words you specify (no more, no less) into a simple crossword puzzle. The puzzle that is generated will remain on this server for about two months. If you want to ensure that you have a copy of the generated puzzle, make sure you save a copy. If you want help with international characters, you can call up an Alphabet chart to use for cutting and pasting letters that are hard to type. The first part of this is for you to enter a list of words and clues. Once that part is done, hit the Make Puzzle button for a puzzle which incorporates your words. As the number of words you put in the puzzle, increases, the wait increases exponentially. Kindersite Project : Educationalists recommend the free Kindersite to introduce Young children to computers in safety, Research in to technology and children.
Spent but enriched. In this activity, students play an online digital game (in pairs or alone at home) and then focus on the lexis related to money.
I've never liked online games, apart from Airport Madness 3 and Airline Manager on Facebook - my childhood fascination with airplanes is probably to blame. I would even make snide remarks about people who do like them, such as: "My life is interesting enough I don't need online games" or "I have imagination, thank you. I don't need to escape into the realm of fantasy". However - now this may sound platitudinous - it all changed when I took Graham Stanley's online course "Language Learning Using Online Digital Games" on SEETA (South East Europe Teachers Association). By the way, if you don't know what SEETA is check out their website - they run great courses and you can take part in some of them even if you're not a member of a teachers' association in any of the 12 member countries. While-playing Students play the game in pairs. SPENT.
ABC Arcade Fun. By kylemawer Level: Primary Language Focus: Alphabet Skills Focus: Pronunciation Game: Alphattack This game is used to practice and consolidate the pronunciation of the letters of the alphabet. Bombs drop from the sky and need to be stopped before they destroy the city. Pregaming Activity Lower levels To do this you need to have a data projector, a computer with internet access and Flash player installed. As the bombs start to fall look at the screen and call out the letters. Higher levels To do this you need to have a data projector, a computer with internet access and Flash player installed.
Gaming Activity In the computer room sit two learners (A and B) to a computer. Alphattack - Brain Training Games at Miniclip. Plush Room Escape - CafeCafe Games - Point and Click, Adventure and Escape Games. Kyle mawer - Walkthrough games. Also called point and click games or point and click adventure games. Point because you guide your mouse around the screen and click on elements in the game environment in order to collect or manipulate objects. The objects and clues that can be collected, help the gamer to interract with other elements of the game and /or progress to a 'higher' stage within the game. The emphasis is on solving problems and puzzles. The stress is on the gamerusing logic and mental processing rather than quick reactions. The language generated from these types of games tend to be quite complex.
What is a walkthrough? "a walkthrough is a document which attempts to teach a player how to beat or solve a particular game. Using a walkthrough game in class If while playing the game a learner comes across a noun that they don't know I always ask them to look the word up in google images. Reading A walkthrough can be used to practice a number of reading skills on a variety of different text styles.