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Games in the classroom
Games are a fun activity to use in the classroom and must also have rules. Games can all be adapted in order to fit in with the lesson being taught. There are two types of games : competitive games, which always have a winner. The second is co – operative games in which students work towards a goal. Games are very popular with all ages of students, as it keeps them motivated and helps students to enjoy the lesson and stay focused. Games are an important part of any lesson and a variety of games should be used, rather than sticking to the same ones. Students will usually have a short attention span so games should be changed as much as possible. If the teacher starts to see signs of students losing interest they must change the game as soon as possible. This would only get repetitive and students would start to get bored. When choosing games the teacher can get ideas from books, the internet and also by making their own games up. Games can be adapted to fit in with all levels of students. Using games in the classroom can prove beneficial in encouraging students to take part in conversation and in building confidence. There are many types of different games that can be used such as, card games, games which relate to the lesson, and fun games used