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#6367247 Jul 09, 2012 at 12:12 PM
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Hi Everyone,
I teach developmental math and English at a community college in Colorado,
and I need to be able to communicate with my students in "game talk."
Some of them are very skilled, but I'm a novice.

I'm glad to see such a variety of interests in the group. This should be an
interesting (and challenging!) course.
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#6367952 Jul 09, 2012 at 02:45 PM
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Welcome, Ellenh9! It's so interesting to me that you reference a need to be able to speak "game talk." Do you have any examples?

Just this morning I wrote something about working the system, and thought that probably these days, it might make more sense to talk about gaming the system. But I don't think the two are quite the same!

Beth
Beth Davies-Stofka, Ph.D.
twitter: eirwenes
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#6378791 Jul 11, 2012 at 06:16 PM
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Do you see using this "game talk" as a way to motivate your students or relate to your students? We're going a bit slower this week, but next week we do have a vocabulary list so you can try some new words on your students this summer.
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