Comment on How To Teach Vocabulary For ESL Kids – A Fun Game [Lesson Plan] by Sapna.

Hi Sabbir. I think games can still be used with students (children and adults) even if they’re afraid to speak at first.

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Hi Teresa! Thanks for your comment – I’m glad you liked the game! Actually, I was referring to getting kids (and adult language learners, too) to read more. That’s a great point though – it’s also important to keep up to date with language instruction techniques. I find Facebook groups for English teachers are especially helpful for innovative, new ideas.


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