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Games in the classroom
Introduction: This article will attempt to point out the positive effect of games and how to use them in the E.S.L. classroom, but will also show some of the pitfalls that can and should be avoided. I will also focus more on a Kindergarten environment specifically. Games…in class? The classroom has traditionally been an area of serious study. Although numerous teachers through history has been exceptional, they all have this in common – they capture the attention, feelings and emotion of their students. With younger students, the quickest way to break into these areas, to make studying rewarding, is to have them use it. In a game. I quote “If they are amused, angered, intrigued or surprised the content is clearly meaningful to them. Thus the meaning of the language they listen to, read, speak and write will be more vividly experienced and, therefore, better remembered.”(1) If this is taken into consideration is becomes clear that playing games can become much more than simply filling time or breaking the ice in a class. It becomes a great tool in the hands of a teacher who puts thought and effort into presenting and using games in class. How to use your games: A game should fit the level of your students (2). I cannot play bridge with a