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    • March 17, 2011, 07:42:39 am
    • Daegu, South Korea
Coded Messages Activity (Post-Exam/Textbook)
« on: December 02, 2013, 03:15:00 pm »
This is a fairly simple decoding exercise that I've used with my classes as a fun review in the post-exam/textbook period. It's structured as a levelled exercise, drawing on the material from Middle School English 3 by Choi Jin Hi ("The Yellow Book"), specifically Units 6-9.

There are review slides of the related key sentences included. The game's levels are organized like this:

L1: Short Sentence Decode
L2: Medium Sentence Decode
L3: Long Sentence Decode
L4: Sentence Decode + Fill-in-the-Blanks
L5: Decode + Unscramble Words (Bonus).

L1-4 have words in boxes that should be put together to form a "super secret message". The first group (groups of 2-4) that either gets to the end of L4 and/or gives me the "super secret message" wins. Special prizes are awarded to the winners, with an extra prize for people who finish the L5 bonus level.

"You shouldn't ask yourself such worthless questions. Aim higher. Try this: why am I here? Why do I exist, and what is
my purpose in this universe? (Answers: 'Cause you are. 'Cause you do. 'Cause I got a shotgun, and you ain't got one.)"