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How one teacher is using video games to help teach English

Tom Elliott
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A Templestowe College teacher has created an English elective where students struggling to engage with traditional English lessons are encourage to write video game reviews, as opposed to essays on old literature.

Tim Sproule, architect of the Level Up subject, told Tom Elliott the aim was get the students writing and form good habits with grammar.

“It’s a very experimental subject,” he said.

Press PLAY below to hear him explain how it works

Read the game reviews from students at yellingatchildren.com

Picture: Getty iStock

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