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30 Jan Shelley Vernon 5 Comments

Hello there,

 

Welcome to this page for reviews.  You'll find reviews for Teaching English Games and for my resources here:

1. On Amazon you'll find hundreds of reviews for my books. There are more reviews on amazon.com but all the amazons have some. Here is my author page.

2. On Linked in I have endorsements and recommendations.

3. On Facebook I have Facebook reviews.

4. On Trust Pilot

5. On Google My Business - this is coming, just getting verified...

5. On my website, on the links below, you'll find reviews for specific age groups

 

If you are a teacher using any of my resources please feel free to comment in the box below. I would love to hear from you. Your email is kept confidential, only your name and comment is public.

 

Preschool: Reviews for my preschool games, stories and songs

 

Primary: Reviews for my games and stories for primary school age children.

 

Teen and Adult: Reviews for my games and activities for teens and adults

 

One to One: Reviews for my games for teaching Children 1-2-1

 

Plays and Skits: Reviews of my plays and skits for children 

 

I look forward to hearing from you in the comments below.

 

All the best, Shelley Ann Vernon, Teaching English Games.

 

5 Comments

Go on, be bold and leave a comment! Thanks so much, I appreciate it.
I love your book! It has already enabled me to put off a planned writing project because I was short of time and confidently play a speaking game instead. Brilliant - and the learners assumed it was all part of the plan!
Thanks so much for your comment. I'm so glad the book is helpful. (Lucy is talking about my games book for teens and adults. It's on this website under Games, as a PDF instant download, and it's in paperback on Amazon and other online bookstores.
I love so much all the resources you gave in your book about plays and skits. We are learning about 12 of your plays with my pupils and we're looking forward to presenting all our work to the parents in May. I would like to thank you so much for encouraging me to do it with my pupils. They love it and I have introduced differently the vocabulary and we played games as often as possible.
Dear Nathalie, thanks for your comment, great job! 12 plays should make for a major show! You could include some songs, though with 12 skits the show will be long enough. If you start with a group song that's a handy way to get the kids used to being on stage, so you avoid sudden stage-fright when the first lines are spoken. Keep up the good work! Shelley

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