By Enda Scott
Even with the most imaginative class preparation or the latest technology, teachers and students are often left with a barrage of quite traditional exercises to plough through. From workbooks to revision or exam practice material, teaching environments are often inundated with written exercises, many of them useful but also potentially lifeless. The challenge is whether to skip over them quickly, risk becoming bogged down, or find a new way of doing activities students often perceive as being boring.
Here are some tricks for adding variety to more mundane . . .
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