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  1. Dec 2021
  2. Jan 2018
    1. With a partner, the students will try to play the first two rounds of the game. Based on the strategies they examined and how their partner performed the game actions, students will try to guess which cards their partner has. Students can do this activity several times before playing a real game with four players.

      Another great step -- play a character but be observed by another player in order to get feedback on how you played, or on what language issues you had. This offloads a lot of the cognitive demands of the game perhaps? Or at least gives the "player" the opportunity to get appropriate feedback!