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Preparation Diploma TEFL
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Games in the ClassroomThe use of games in the classroom is an important component of teaching English as a Second Language. Games can make the students more interested and engaged, thus making them more active learners. The right choice of games will ease and expedite a student?s learning of the new language. Games can be used to teach almost any type of material in an English as a Second Language class. Games can be formatted to fit with almost any lesson, whether the goal of the lesson involves vocabulary, grammar, pronunciation, writing, speaking, or listening. For example, if the teacher wanted to have students practice their speaking skills while learning new vocabulary, the students could play the Picnic Game. In this game, each student adds on to a list of things the class will bring to a picnic. To ensure that the students use the new vocabulary words and understand their meaning, the teacher could bring in pictures or objects to use as prompts. students can use games to develop their writing and grammar skills, as well. Jeopardy can easily be formatted to meet this objective by developing questions that have the students write down the answer using the new grammar. For example, after teaching a few tenses, the teacher could have each team or students write a sentence