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Gamification & Stickers
Gamification & Stickers
Gamification & Stickers
Gamification & Stickers
Gamification & Stickers
Gamification & Stickers
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Gamification & Stickers

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Have you heard about badges and gamification? You like the idea but you are not sure how to implement it with your younger learners? …

Have you heard about badges and gamification? You like the idea but you are not sure how to implement it with your younger learners?
We have a freebie for you!
Here is our proposal. It uses the familiar idea of stickers as badges to complete a collection of skills.
Looking for more ideas? don't miss our blog http://eltlearningjourneys.com/

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  • 1. Print the slide on cardboard, one for each student. On the bottom right corner there’s an empty badge. Ask them to stick their picture or to draw themselves. They can write their name there too.
  • 2. Tell them they can complete the collection by earning badges. Set clear rules for the game and define what they are expected to do in order to earn each badge. TIP: Decide on the rules with them.
  • 3. This is not a competition between peers. This is about engagement and self-improvement
  • 4. Print this slide on sticker paper. Cut the badges and keep them separated. You can use a little box for each badge. Children can design and create the different boxes where the badges are kept.
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  • 7. Marta Cervera Moliner Marta.cervera@pearson.com @martacervera https://www.facebook.com/marta.cervera.359 ANY DOUBTS? CONTACT ME!

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