Publishing Date: 01-09-2007
Subtitle: Lower Intermediate
One of the possible game scenarios: Unfold the board and shuffle the deck of cards with the pictures representing various parts of the theme park panorama, and then distribute one card to the participants. One of the people (for example the youngest participant in the game) rolls the dice with interrogative pronouns and with the help of the random question word asks the person on his left about the drawing on the person's card. After answering the question, the questioned person rolls the dice and asks the question to the next person. All players listen to the questions and answers given. The first person to guess what is on another player's card receives that player's card. The winner of the game is the player with the most cards.
Language goals: the use of pronouns and adverbs in interrogative sentences, learning basic vocabulary and structures of the German language, developing skills related to conducting conversations
Age range: children from 8 years of age, adolescents, adults
Application: The game is used both during classes at school and at home ( games with friends and family, or private German lessons).
Additional benefits:Fragen und Antworten improves mental skills such as memory, concentration and perceptiveness, promotes effective remembering and teaches activity and healthy competition, and its ludic character helps to establish social relations with other participants of the game and has a positive effect on reducing the distance between the student and the teacher.
Additional cube: The game has been enriched with new game variants thanks to the use of an additional cube extending the educational scope of the game.
Extended instructions: The game comes with an extensive instruction in Polish containing:
- methodological introduction for teachers, parents and the players themselves,
- extensive game scenarios,
- proposals for educational games and exercises,
- a practical glossary of words used in the game to be copied, together with a translation into Polish and a phonetic transcription.
The instruction in Polish is also a convenience for people who do not know the foreign language sufficiently to read the original, foreign-language version of the instruction, as well as the ability to independently manage language and educational games with children or peers