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      Saving Caocao

      Release Time:2016年11月21日Author:国际部 Source

              After our students learnt about translation, we had an interesting game about their newly learnt concept—Klotski.

              At the very beginning, we reviewed the definition about translation. ‘Can you find real life examples of translation in our daily life?’All the students are eager to answer the question. ‘open the classroom windows.’ ‘the school front gate’ ‘elevator goes up and down’…They found many examples of translation applied in life when they set their eyes and mind upon it.

              Here came the game—Klotski. They felt so curious about this game that they never seemed to be tired of playing it. They did not quite understand the rules which needed the teacher to explain to them before they got started. This game is all aboutmoving the chessmen to save Caocao from the bottom of the chessboard. After hearing the rules, they began to play the gamewith excitement.  

              Every step came from easy to difficult which helped thembuild up their confidence and thinking ability. Students started in the same round and raised their hands when they finished it for the teacher to set up a new one. I didn’t expect them to get into the game so fast since they all raised hands saying bingo just at the same time when I turned around to get my computer. This really surprised me. I set up the new games which were finished in a short time again. ‘Mrs Xu I have finished five rounds! I want something more difficult! I want to get theno. 1! ‘

              When the bells rang for the class break, the students werestill in the game waiting for their new challenges…

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