Palayok: Reinvention of a Traditional Game for EFL Classrooms (by Marco Brazil)

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4 Responses

  1. Barbara Barbara says:

    What a fun idea, Marco. I especially love the tip about using an oversize hat instead of a blindfold. My students don’t like to be blindfolded, either, but I think they would enjoy wearing a big hat!

  2. Mark Kulek says:

    I like the part where the kids remember the placement of the items on the whiteboard. If the students know ahead of time that they will have to get an item blindfolded, they will concentrate harder where on the whiteboard the items are placed, deeper memory. I’ll try it next week.

  3. Marufelia P. Dagondon says:

    Rico, thanks for sharing… we also have it (the original pukpuk sa palayok) here in Kenya played by children of Filipino mother or father.. as we wanted the kids to feel that they belong and also have the chance to play the traditional game of their parent(s)..

  1. July 23, 2010

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