Entwining Bridging Activities, the EEE framework, and Coup in a 6th grade advanced EFL writing class

 

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  • Author: Mark Rasmussen
  • Peer-reviewed:
  • Peer-reviewers: Evan Bostelmann, Jonathan deHaan, Frederick Poole, Ben Thanyawatpokin, James York.
  • Date of publication: 2020/09/07
  • Keywords: Bridging activities, Coup, EEE, EFL, Examine, Explore, Extend, Lesson plan, Pedagogy, Sociocultural theory, Tabletop games
  • Cite: Rasmussen, A.M. (2020). Entwining Bridging Activities, the EEE framework, and Coup in a 6th grade advanced EFL writing class. Ludic Language Pedagogy (2), p.203-224.

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Choose teaching theories, practices, and materials that build towards a core pedagogical goal. Give students plenty of opportunities to explore and participate in target discourses. Build conceptual knowledge about those discourses. #llp #socioculturaltheory

Key points

  • What is this? A description of a South Korean 6th Grade Advanced EFL writing class using the game Coup, Bridging Activities, and the Explore, Examine, Extend framework, including materials used.

  • Why did you make it? To share materials and pedagogical experiences related to these language learning areas to hopefully bolster other teachers and their efforts.

  • Who is it for? Language teachers and researchers interested in language teaching materials and the application of teaching models.

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