How to write an Environmental Crossword
Environment Crossword puzzle: How do you write an Environment Crosswords puzzle?
article Posted by News24 on Wednesday, February 12, 2018 03:28:23I have been trying to find an answer to this article, which has been published by a national newspaper, for almost a week.
I have also been trying my best to write the answer in the form of a book, which will hopefully help others find the answer.
In an effort to help others, I have put together a short answer to the question: What are the key words for writing an Environment crossword puzzle?
For the past few years, I had been working with a group of students in my Environment crosswords course, where the focus was on making sure the puzzle was challenging enough for students to tackle and that they were able to recognise the clues that would lead them to the right answer.
We started out by writing a very simple Environment puzzle, which we thought was a good starting point, and then tried to expand it with additional clues, and so on.
The challenge was to keep the puzzle challenging enough to keep students engaged.
As a result, we found that many students found it very hard to find the right answers and even harder to write them in a way that was accessible to the average student.
When we put the Environment cross puzzles online, we had a few suggestions from our students, which were: “I think we need to add a word or two”, “do I have to explain this?”, and “did I read the book?”
(All these suggestions were very helpful).
But we found most of them had no idea what we meant, so we stuck with our original answer.
I then tried another version of the puzzle, and this time, I added a few more words.
We then put this puzzle online, and found that most of our students were keen to find out what the words meant.
And some of them found it quite challenging to find all the clues and then to try to remember them.
When it came to writing the puzzle on the computer, we put it through the same test and found the same result.
So the challenge was not as hard.
So now I wanted to get it out to as many people as possible so that they could get the answer they were looking for.
I thought, “well, maybe I should just put it online and see how many people can find it, and how many can recognise it”.
The solution, as I described it, is that the words have to be simple enough to recognise on their own, without any of the clues being too obvious or confusing.
And I think the words need to be clear enough to make it clear to the person who is struggling with it.
If they are not, they will come up with something different.
I hope this helps others.