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Diversonopoly

Page history last edited by Carouzou 10 years, 1 month ago

 

 

 

 

 

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Raise your learners’ intercultural awareness

If you are looking for a fun way to raise your learners’ interculturalawareness, why not try Diversonopoly? This novel twist on the popularboard game was developed by a Grundtvig project.

 

“Diversonopolists” throw dice and move round the board in any direction from the “start” to a “finish” point. As they land on colour-coded circles, they pick up the appropriate card. This card contains a question to be answered, an action to perform or a brief description of an aspect of learners’ diverse cultural traditions, emphasising similarities as well as differences.

 

There are six categories – Everyday Life, Freetime, Traditions,Philosophy, Education and Work and Communication. There are 64 questions in each category.

 

 http://www.acer.ac.uk/diversonopolyresources.php

 

 

HOW IS IT PLAYED?

 

2 levels 

icebreaker

advanced

 

 

simple structure

  • board game
  • activitiy cards
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    • different colours represents different fields (topics)

      

    • Activities

    -pantomime

    -drawing

    -speaking/explaning

     

    • No winner/no loser
  • You can stop whenever you want
  • Questions for everyone

     -beginner level ->choose one card / -advanced level -> own question 
  •   Topics/fields  
    1. Arts
    2. Traditions
    3. Everyday life
    4. Free time activities (sports/games/hobbies)
    5. Communication
    6. School/education/working life
    • Community questions
  •  http://www.acer.ac.uk/Documents/ESF/community_questions.pdf 

    •  Education and work

  •   http://www.acer.ac.uk/Documents/ESF/education_and_work_questions.pdf

    •  Everyday

  • http://www.acer.ac.uk/Documents/ESF/everyday_questions.pdf

    • Freetime

  • http://www.acer.ac.uk/Documents/ESF/freetime_questions.pdf

    • Philosophy

  • http://www.acer.ac.uk/Documents/ESF/philosophy_questions.pdf

    • Tradition

  • http://www.acer.ac.uk/Documents/ESF/tradition_questions.pdf

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