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Time: 6:30pm-8:00pm, October 24, 2019 时间：2019年10月24日晚6:30-8:00
Venue: Third Floor, Lincoln Hall 地点：美国驻广州总领事馆林肯厅三楼
Teaching Grammar Through Games Grammar can be a challenge and a bore for students and teachers alike. Think grammar can’t be exciting and fun? Well, think again! It’s time to incorporate games into your grammar lesson plans. Participants at this interactive workshop will learn about how to use various activities in their classroom, like board games, Jeopardy, and Simon Says, among others! Make your classroom fun again. Attendees will have a chance to do some of these activities and leave this workshop with a whole new arsenal of ideas for their own lessons.
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