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I often make use of games in my lessons, especially during the warm-up, aka 'engage', stage. I prefer to choose co-operative competition, when students are split into groups and the groups compete with each other. If it's the start of the lesson, they would normally compete in the 'whichever team can name more \"lesson-related words\" game'. If it's the 'activate' phase of the lesson, then they would normally make a mini-project in teams and present it. I do, however, try to mix up a variety of games as well as approaches. Sometimes we have individual work, while at other times there are projects that are done in pairs. I also try to employ a myriad of speaking and writing exercises. Of those covered in this topic, the ones that I personally use are: drilling and prompting, guided role-play, free role-play, information gap, communication games, etc.