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Games As A means to An End 1. What is the Value of using games in the classroom? A- Games are a welcome break from the usual routine of the language class. B- They are motivating and challenging.

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1 what is the value of using games in the classroom
1. What is the Value of using games in the classroom?
  • A- Games are a welcome break from the usual routine of the language class.
  • B- They are motivating and challenging.
  • C- Learning a language requires a great deal of effort. Games help students to make and sustain the effort of learning.
  • D- Games provide language practice in the various skills- speaking, writing, listening and reading.
  • E- They encourage students to interact and communicate.
  • F- They create a meaningful context for language use.
2 why do we use games in class
2. Why Do We Use Games in Class?
  • * Games are fun and children like to play them. Through games children experiment, discover, and interact with their environment.
  • * The game context makes the foreign language immediately useful to the children. It brings the target language to life.
  • * The game makes the reasons for speaking plausible even to reluctant children.
  • * Through playing games, students can learn English the way children learn their mother tongue without being aware they are studying.
3 how to choose games
3. How to Choose Games?
  • ● A game must be more than just fun.
  • ● A game should involve "friendly" competition.
  • ● A game should keep all of the students involved and interested.
  • ● A game should encourage students to focus on the use of language rather than on the language itself.
  • ● A game should give students a chance to learn, practice, or review specific language material.
references from books in the box
References from books in the box:
  • The Great Big Bingo Book.
  • Getting a fix On Vocabulary.
  • Match it.
  • The great Big Book OF Crosswords.
  • Thematic Activities for Beginners in English.
  • Thematic Word Search Puzzle.
  • Internet Guide.
  • Interactive Tutorial.