Turkey will collate resources and upload to website. They will hold interviews to establish a team of playground leaders and teach games from European partners.
Nevertheless, as an educator, given the influence media and technology have on the world, it would be wasteful not to take full advantage of all the benefits it offers.
Teachers must be mindful, however, that this is only possible in schools where a projector or large TV is present and where all students have smartphones.
As I have already witnessed Kahoot in the classroom, I want to focus my attention to the use of another potentially useful tool: Skype, or similar platform, allowing video and audio communication.
The game is a source of motivation and is an opportunity to think quickly on your feet (questions are timed).
It is very helpful for students as they can take notes on which components of the language give them trouble, and for teachers to see where students struggle.