1. Divide the students into groups of 4.
2. Each student has a task to do. Students have to decide which task is better for each member of the group according to their talents. They must to agree on them. Their functions are:
3. The teacher hands out a DIN-A3 sheet to each group. Students can only have this sheet and the blue and the red pens on the table.
4. Each group will write at the top of the sheet the name of the team.
5. The teacher screen on the digital board the sheet which has been given out and explain the rules.
6. One of the students says a number which stands for a letter in the alphabet.
7. At the top of each column there will be the name of a concept. The game can be played on grammar concepts or vocabulary. For instance, it's a good way of reviewing vocabulary students have studied previously.
8. Students have to fill in all the rows with a concept starting with the choosen letter. They'll use the blue pen. The first team that finishes completing the row says aloud STOP!, and the rest of the teams will stop writing.
9. Each group says the word they have written in each box. The teacher decides and explains if the word is right or wrong.
10. Students write down the points they get in red. And once they have finished, they add all the points and write them down in the right row.
This cooperative/collaborative game is an ideal way of promoting different values among our students, and reviewing concepts they have gone through at previous moments.