Teaching English Games Blog

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I'm all about hands-on results, but academic types often ask me for research backing the use of games in language learning. Playing games is natural for children. Games motivate students to join in. Check authors like Hadfield and Rixon, who point out that games should have a central place...

13 Mar Shelley Vernon No Comments
large class of asian children learning English in preschool

Question: I am using your materials and games and they are helping. I am teaching in China and my classes have more than 20 students in them. What are the best games for that large of a class? How could I modify some of the games so there is less waiting time and it can be more productive for...

25 Nov Shelley Vernon No Comments
a fox

Here is a lesson plan that I prepared to teach preschool children their first English words. The topics are greetings, animals and the phrase I'm Hungry.

KEY VOCABULARY

Nouns: Lion, fox, cat, bird, snake, spider, ant.

Phrases: I’m hungry. How are you?...

24 Oct Shelley Vernon 2 Comments

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