The game “Taboo” – or a variation of it – is often used in ELL classrooms (see here for lots of ways it’s used).

The latest very creative version of it is called Taboo.AI.

In it, you pick a category, and are then shown words in that category.  You are challenged to write a question/prompt that will get the AI to come up with that word.

Even better, you can submit your own category and word list that they will consider uploading to the site.

I could see playing in class by having students in small teams; each group has a mini-whiteboard; and they are given chances to come up with questions that another student, peer tutor, or I input.  A team would get a point if their question is successful.  We’d do it in order so everyone would have the same number of chances to score a point.

It could be fun!