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Following tradition: Top examples of indigenous knowledge preserving biodiversity, ecosystem service

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Following tradition: Top examples of indigenous knowledge preserving biodiversity, ecosystem service

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Ecolonise

 

As part of ‘free range’ and other courses offered by Earth English, learners have the opportunity to play the game ‘Ecolonise’. As well as being great fun to play, this specially designed board game encourages players to communicate in English and focusses on a number of language structures and functional language points.

The aim of ‘Ecolonise’ is to be the first player to colonise and maintain a number of different territories with different species, while avoiding or coping with natural disasters, unwanted human interventions and invasions from other players’ species.

 

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Although ‘Ecolonise’ is not yet available in shops, this ‘content and language integrated learning’ (CLIL) tool has already been the subject of an academic essay and provoked numerous discussions.

‘Ecolonise’ has proven to be a challenging game of strategy and chance, providing hours of education and enjoyment for foreign learners and native English speakers alike!

If you would like more information about ‘Ecolonise’ or you would like to enquire about purchasing a copy of the game for your organisation or institution, please contact Earth English - click here.