Top Trumps for ELT

Ever since I came across the Top Trumps game at Macmillan‘s amazing site of resources One Stop English, I have used it again and again with my students to practice the comparative form with great success and while having lots of fun! One Stop English has a range of different Top Trumps themes, which you can access here.

It’s no secret I love games and interactivity in my lessons. I have created The Dice Game that you can check out here. I try to create opportunities for students to interact with each other, and that’s why I adapt activities that are ideal for pairwork, like the Windows for ELT, which you can access here. My latest passion in all things EdTech has led me to experiment with lots of different digital tools and apps, and that’s how I adapted an activity with Virtual Cuisenaire Rods, of which you can make a copy here.

Now combine all these passions and you get Top Trumps for ELT – World Billionaires.

Click on the interactive elements to access the different features of the game: the instructions, suggestions for teachers, credits and of course you can make your own copy of the game on Google Jamboard.

I hope you like it and please do leave your comments, suggestions, tips, or just say hi!

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