Games

Games

Board Games

We have board games for you to play! Language students can come in at any time and play. Just ask the lab attendants. Currently we have:


Language

Game

ESL Scrabble, Pictionary, Apples to Apples, Bingo
French Scrabble, Monopoly, Le Grand Jeu Des Verbes
German Monopoly, Das Grosse Spiel der Verben
Italian Chi E?, Monopoly
Latin Scrabble, Latin Bingo
Navajo Navajo Bingo
Portuguese Lince, Imagem & Açao, Vírsula, Enciclopédia 
Sign The Mystery of the Superintendent's House
Spanish Scrabble, Monopoly, Tabú (Taboo)
Any language Guess Who?, Bingo, Pictionary, Chinese Checkers, Dominos

Suggest a board game that you would like to play.


Video Games

Use video games as a way to practice your target language in a fun and challenging way. Reservations advised. We have a PS3 with
Buzz, an interactive quiz game that up to eight people can play simultaneously with audio in several foreign languages. Languages supported in Buzz are:

  • English
  • Spanish
  • German
  • French
  • Portuguese
  • Italian

Suggest a video game that you would like to play. (PS3 only - for now!)

Web-Based Language Games

Lyricstraining.com

With Lyricstraining.com your students can watch to the latest music videos from around the world and simultaneously have fun translating them. There are three levels of difficulty: Beginner, intermediate and advanced. Have your students work in groups to negotiate the correct words. Great for vocabulary development. lyricstraining.com

20 Questions

Just like the game you played as a kid, but in the target language. The students come up with the word, and the computer tries to figure out what it is. Another great collaborative or individual activity that works on language comprehension. http://www.20q.com