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Games in the classroom
There are many ways to bring excitement to a lesson, the main one being games. Games can be simple, yet able to portray the information in a way that the students are able to understand easier. After the engage and study periods of the lesson, it is refreshing for the students to have a little fun with a game. Some students might stress over the study period, and having a game where their brain doesn’t have to be stretched before the lesson is over can help relieve their stress and prepare them for the next lesson. Games are good for review at the beginning of a lesson as well. Starting with a game is also a good warm up for the students and can get their brains going and prepare them for the next bit of information they are going to learn. The only disadvantage with starting off with a game is that after it is done the students may have a hard time settling down and focusing on the new information being taught. Games are perfect for getting the students to remember the information that they’ve learned. Having just a simple game of hangman lets the students gain a visual in their memory, so when a word or phrase is mentioned, the students can remember much easier from that game, rather than from reading a textbook. There are so many games