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In the last part of class, have students create “bumper stickers” around a course concept.
First explain what a bumper sticker is (a short, usually clever slogan placed on the back, or bumper, of a car). Model it on the board as necessary. For example, if a class topic has been environmentalism, some bumper stickers might be “Save our Water” and “Be Kind to the Air.” Students can work together to create their stickers and share them.
With this method, students are working in groups, practicing speaking and writing skills, as well as extending knowledge of the course by targeting key concepts of their bumper stickers.