Workshop: Medieval role play in language acquisition
Time: 22 April 2010 - 10am GMT (11am London Time)
Are you ready to learn something about Sim role playing culture?
Have you ever wondered what language activity in a virtual world could be like?
This is your opportunity to experience role playing in a medieval sim. Join us in a tour to two wonderful fantasy worlds: Avilion and Artstonia and help us explore how to take full advantage of these virtual world environments to give students a motivating and engaging experience in which they can learn a new language.
Find out more about Avilion and Artstonia here
Be ready to:
1. Learn some basic things about living in medieval village.
2. Join a medieval role playing sim.
3. Develop a character.
4. Reflect how these environments can help learn a different language.
You should wear medieval clothes to join us in this adventure. If you don't have any.. don't worry.. we'll get you some...
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