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Games in the classroomThere are many games used in the classroom, depending on the stage and the reason for choosing the game. Games can be used to break the ice in the engage stage, to encourage students to think about the lesson and to learn new things about the language in the study stage, and games which encourage student participation by having them apply what they have just learned in the activate stage. It is unlikely the students will learn exactly what they are supposed to learn if the teacher fails to come up with a purpose for using each individual game. The teacher should have a well-defined goal in mind, and be able to communicate to the class the rules of the game. If the teacher does not include any game during a lesson, the students (especially younger schoolchildren) could get bored and disinterested in the material very quickly. The main thing a teacher must remember when deciding to use a game in a given lesson is balance. There must be a balance between the student having fun and learning what they are supposed to learn. The student should have fun while learning a new language, but if the students fail to learn the material, the teacher has failed. During the engage state, games are to get the attention of the class. students will not spend much time