This game has been adapted to encourage students to use the proper GCSE Geography language of ’ DESCRIBE’ in order to cross off landforms on the sheet such as wave cut platforms, beaches bars, tombolo’s arches and stumps. Instead of pupils asking the questions on the features of people, they ask each other questions on the features of the landforms; is it made by erosion? Is it tall or flat? Is it exposed at low tide? etc. This will encourage students to become lead learners and have dialogue about their knowlege. perfect for an easy, no plan revision or intervention schedule. The best way to play the game is to insert each coloured sheet into a clear plastic wallet and hand each student one of these and a wipeable marker pen. That way you don’t end up continually photocopying and wasting resources.