Our games (Multilingual Dictionary)


Sweden:

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Memory: There were 4 different decks, all with different themes. For example breakfast, music and school. Each card in every deck has a match. One card has a word in english, and the matching card has the word in swedish along with a picture that describes the word. Get a couple of friends and sit down in a ring, either around a table or on the floor. Mix all of the cards in the deck, then put them on the table with the words facing the table, so you only can see the back of the cards. The oldest person in the ring starts. The one who starts picks up two cards, any cards at all. If they match the person can keep the cards, but they also have to pronounce both the english and the swedish word. After that it becomes the next persons turn. If the cards do not match, the person has to put the cards back in their original position with the words facing the table. After all the cards are away from the table, the person with the most cards wins





Experiences and thoughts about the activity:
Hugo: I think the memory we played were a fun group activity and it really got the whole group closer together. It was a good rule to try to pronounce the swedish name of the thing on the card, and we all had some great laughs. We also became less shy around each other and we started to speak to each other more, even after the game. The Basque running game was also very entertaining. Even though it was a little bit difficult to understand at first it sunk in after a while. We were all very competitive while playing, and that lead to some minor cheating for some teams. But it was all right, because we all had fun together.
I highly recommend using at least one of the two games in future Erasmus+ visits, because it really brings the whole group together and that is very important.

Julia: i think it was fun with the memory but little hard to understand in the beggining. You learned some new words in some new language. it was fun. and you learned also to talk more with the other students.

Sarah: I think the games was very funny, because it was nice for the Swedish people to hear the other students talk Swedish. I really enjoy this activity.

Oscar: I think it was great fun with the memory games, I really liked the Basque game because it was about health and it became a competition about finding the right words in all the languages. My team acctully won so I think the game became better and better, haha. I think it was very fun watching all the poeple from Erasmus trying to say swedish words to and iI think it was a good game to come closer and know eachother better. I think the hardest word for everybody was Chokladdryck. The Dutch game was fun and you could see all the words in every language.
Hope I will see you all soon.
Love Oscar

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Basque Country: In our school students prepared some funny games involving words from our "Multilingual dictionary". Unfortunately there was not enough time to play all of them during our trip to Tahiti. Everything went very quick there and we didn't have enough time to show all our work. Nevertheless we decided to present one of our games that involves the dictionary itself and also a sport activity. It was a success because all the students that were in Tahiti wanted to play our game, also some of the teachers were involved as you can see in the video below.

1.- Run around the multilingual circle.


.- First students are divided in groups, for example 4 groups of 10 players.
.- In each group students have to be one behind another, like in a queue.
.- Each student has a different number.
.- In front of the groups there is a bag with cards, in the cards there are words in all the languages except English.
.- A teacher will say a word in English and a number.
.- The students with that number has to run under his/her team’s legs till one catches the bag with the cards.
.- The first player has to find the word said by the teacher in all the other languages. They have a minute. If this students doesn’t find all the cards it is the time of the second student,… The third one,…
.- The other students in each group can help them telling the words in the different languages.


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Turkey


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BİNGO

Rules:

1.First students are placed in groups of five students.
2.Then, students gather around a circle.
3.Each student picks up a number from the pocket in turn.
4.Then find the number from the word cards.
5.The student who picks up the word card read the word in english and has to say it in the target language on the back side of the card. (For example:in the Basque)
6.If he or she says the word correctly in the target language the other students shout 'BINGO' altogether.
7.The student who says the word right have a chance to score a gole on the board moving it up and down or right to left.
8.If she or he scores a goal ,gets one point.
9.The winner is the one who gets the highest point.

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JEOPARDY GAME:

Rules of The Game:

1.Make groups of 5 students from each country.

2.Choose a category for example:sports,music,history,etc.(the questions are related to the cultures of project partner countries)
3.The group who give correct answer to the question gets the points of that question(300-400-500-...)
4.The group which gets the highest point becomes the winner of the game.

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French Polynesia


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" 4 pictures.. 1 word "
Rules :

There are two teams , the goal is to discover a word in one of the six languages ( French , Tahitian , Swedish , Turkish , Basque , Dutch ) thanks to 4 draws.

One player of each team draws lots a word and has to draw 4 pictures. The first one is the flag of the language , the second one is the category of the word and the two last one are indications.

Each team provides of 1min30 per word , the team who discovers most words wins !

it's very easy and funny !

We use de multilingual dictionnary to find the words !


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Netherlands

Memory game: A game with 40 cards. You have to find a picture together with the card with the names as requested. See Football.
When you find the cards that belongs to each other then you have to mention the names in all languages. It is the meaning that you learn to pronounce the words in all our languages.
Help from students from another country is needed. So work together. The winner will be that person that has the most cards.

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