The World Peace Game: A student led simulation game for achieving world peace Yoko Morimoto & Yusuke Ishikawa, Shun Kawachi, Yuya Miyazaki, and freshmen, Yusuke Asada and Koki Wada

Our presentation was on World Peace Game that our seminar has been working on this semester. We spoke about two strengths of the game as a learning tool: First its remarkable effect on developing our English vocabulary and negotiation skills. Second, it forces us to deeply consider global issues such as terrorism. The teacher then explained how this game provides optimally brain – friendly language learning environment. Also, we showed our demonstration video that showed how the game could go on, featuring a terrorism situation and invited people to actually play it. We hope many participants saw its great effects on learners through joy of playing it.

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