Ideas, tips, discussion on using games and activities in the ESL classroom
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I have just started my first job as an english teacher in Malta and I have been given a class of about 11 students, they are all Russians between the ages of 10-12.I would like to know what sort of games and activities I could use that would interest them.They normally like to play hangman and I spy but I want something different and more interesting.
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There are literally thousands of games as supports for teaching English, and you will have learned about some of them of your TEFL training course. Check out some of the games described on these forums, and the main pages, do some research in Google, and check out the books of games published by the leading publishers of educational books and textbooks. You will usually find them listed under 'resources for teachers'.
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