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Teaching English to speakers of other languages through games
Hi I use games (adapted, original, classic) to teach English to adults, especially conversation, vocabulary, and listening. The link includes my tips for success in both making games and using them in a small or large group setting. My groups include all levels of English, a range of countries. I’m looking for a publisher for my games—and will be testing prototypes from time to time, if anyone’s interested.
The link also includes some free downloads (jokes, word games, and handouts from my two TESOL presentations on using games to teach English).
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