AGO can also be
purchased from these online stores in Japan:(click to visit their AGO sales
You can also find AGO in many bookstores with an ELT section throughout Japan!
How AGO Q&A Games Work:
AGO focuses the classroom conversation onto a set of everyday questions that are interesting and
useful. Players practice asking and answering these questions as they play the game, and soon it becomes
AGO is fun and gets everyone talking, so it's great a way to start a lesson, or play at the end
as a reward for hard work in class.
Questions are dynamic (i.e. players can customise them, so the answers also change), they pop up in random order, and players practice both asking and answering. This makes AGO an ideal way to
continuously review material out of sequence.
Offering AGO to your students individually is an inexpensive but sure way to get them SPEAKING
English outside class. It's homework that is willingly done, and parents enjoy playing, too!
Supplementary materials such as an Award
Card are available to help measure progress, reward good play, and encourage positive
behaviours (e.g. only using English for the duration of the game).