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Games in the classroomPlaying games in your classroom are an important part of being an english teacher. Games can be used to get students engaged into a lesson from the beginning, can be used during the study portion of your lesson, or used as an activity for the students to apply what they have learned that day. This article will break down the kinds of games you can play during the engage, study, and activate stages of a normal ESA lesson. During the engage portion of an ESA lesson, no student wants to hear “Good morning class, today we are going to study modal auxiliary verbs.” Instead, try opening your class with a game. There are plenty of simple games you can play with your class at the start of your lesson, or the engage phase. If you will be studying foods that day with your student, you can play a quick game of Pictionary to get the students thinking about foods and interested in the topic. If you will be studying the weather that day, you can play a memory game where the students say a weather word, then the next student adds a word, and so on. A game in the engage stage doesn’t have to be long and elaborate, it should be just enough to get the students interested and ready to learn that day’s lesson. Next