Teaching English Games Blog

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"Often and to be honest sometimes I wonder if learning another language is for everyone," says this despondent teacher.

For sure, we all have different natural talents, some are better at numbers, some at painting, some at words. But think about it, everyone learns to...

18 Apr Shelley Vernon No Comments
children of different skin colour and origins

"I’m working as an English teacher in China. When I teach 3-year-old children they are completely afraid of my “brown skin”. (I am African American by the way.) I try to play games with them and they won't stand up, or get involved with any of the games."...

15 Apr Shelley Vernon No Comments

Have you ever wanted to use ESL role plays and skits in your English classes but you don't feel sure of yourself?

Dragica Zdraveska is a talented and inspirational English language teacher who has fun with esl plays and skits at a primary school in Macedonia . She tells her...

23 Mar Shelley Vernon No Comments
child shopping to learn some, a, an, and any

Studies have shown that children achieve higher test scores when they are allowed to play outside before the taking of an exam. The concept of play may also be applied to learning grammar through the playing of specific games tailored to meet the corresponding lesson. Today I have chosen the...

13 Mar Shelley Vernon No Comments

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