Unscramble the Dragon’s Jumble

While researching for ICT ideas for my unit plan on teaching Year 1 students the text structure of recounts I stumbled upon Dragon Jumble. This games requires the students to listen to Dragon’s dream which then becomes jumbled up and requires the student to piece back together the dream. The students not only identify the key events through the pictures, there is also sentences to add. From a teachers perspective Dragon Jumble helps to develop student’s comprehension skills to build literal and inferred meaning about key events and ideas. The game can be played either in three or four parts depending on the skills and ability of the students. Check this game out at http://splash.abc.net.au/home#!/media/31743/?id=31743


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