10 Board Games for EFL Teachers - Teach English Spain
How often do you play board games with your English learners? With a little bit of imagination, you can use your board to practise grammar, lexis and pronunciation in lots of fun and engaging ways that will make your learners love your classes. If you’re lucky, the board may be a new-fangled, hi-tech snazzy interactive smartboard. If you have never used one of these, they are basically like a giant tablet. You can do anything with them, but they do have a habit of breaking down when you’re in the middle of an activity. The majority of private language academies – and even universities and training centres – still use boards which aren’t very smart at all – but are much more reliable. There are two main types: 1. 2. Now, whichever type of board you use, I hope you use it for more than delivering boring grammar presentations and noting down new vocabulary. I hope you use it for language learning games. 1. One student sits with their back to the board. That’s the boring version. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
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