i want to create a drag and drop "game/activity'
to teach people the effect of "superimposing" a "layer" of grammar on a sentence.
If from a toolbox a student drags eg negativity layer and puts it over the original sentence
then "i love you" becomes
"i do not love you"
every sentence is composed of a fixed number of "participants"
eg Actor (I), process (verb) etc
see file of Circular Sentence Diagram
but the sentence is not correct until little elements like tense (ing) or negative (not) or past (did) are added.
The flash graphics will need to be linked to a relatively small DB of English phrases stored in Present, Negative, Past form etc
The graphic concept is a six petaled flower (6 component slots in each sentence, not always all filled in each case)
which "opens out" and displays a complete grammatical sentence when the correct overlays are superimposed
attached file 'petal grammar' is my very poor work in photoshop.
it is just to show the idea:
The game is to be placed in a teaching website "englishright"
the scores of students will be kept by a separate db
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