Learn to play, play to learn, that is exactly the point of view of the following teacher when he has used more than 20 game consoles to teach English to students.
It is Cereal Bowl, who has both made gamers and the online community excited about his new “invention”.
Accordingly, Cereal Bowl, an English teacher, said that learning and playing, although it sounds like they are opposites, actually, if combined, will bring a lot of positive things. And to prove it, Bowl used more than 20 consoles Xbox, PS5, etc. to teach English to his students.
Specifically, Bowl said that today’s role-playing games have a very detailed and rich storyline, impersonating the character will help his students improve their writing and word processing skills. Bowl also shows how to lead the episode, the clever storytelling in the game will help children practice logical thinking.
Some games with good storylines like The Stanley Parable are included in its special curriculum by Cereal Bowl. Or like the game Alan Wake, although it is essentially an action role-playing game, shooting explosives and things, but has an extremely human storyline, Bowl for example.
Cereal Bowl’s post quickly received a response from gamers, many also nominated a number of other games to enrich his lesson plan such as: Dark Soul, Bioshock, etc. However, Cereal Bowl has since been abandoned. declined because these games are purely fighting and action, not the plot very useful for education. This shows that in order to build a game lesson plan, Cereal Bowl must also be selected quite carefully.
Cereal Bowl himself said that he had chosen a few pretty good games like Alan Wake, What Remains of Edith Finch, etc. The upcoming Bowl also wants to learn more about games with historical elements.
In particular, Cereal Bowl is proud to say that his teaching method has been approved by the school, so everyone can be assured of the educational quality. Full funding for the game and equipment, Cereal Bowl said he received an external funding source.
Currently, Cereal Bowl is building and perfecting his strange “curriculum”, hoping he will help children be more interested in learning.
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