I used this worksheet with my students in my English and SAT Preparation classes when we would have "Game Day." In my classroom, I kept the following board games: Mad Gab, Apples to Apples, Scattergories, Scrabble, and Taboo. There is a row for each game that identifies the skills each teaches, and students were required to write a brief description in the last column of how those skills could be utilized.
As you teachers know, whenever you show a movie or have students playing board games, you had best have some activity or worksheet that ties it all together and, at the very least, tells them the skills you are trying to teach through that activity. We had "Game Day" most often in my SAT Prep class because these games are an extremely helpful and fun way to gain vocabulary, word organization, and analogy skills. However, I needed an objective piece of paper for the students to look at so that the administration did not think I simply didn't want to teach that day! It's true! We teachers have a purpose, even for the fun things we do!