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    Games Games Presentation Transcript

    • LET’S PLAY!
      Jumbledsentences
      Bingo life
      Thefruit salad
      The pools
      Thetreasurehunt
    • WHAT ARE GAMES?They are aboveallenjoyable and fun.
      Games are thestuff of life in theprimaryclassroom.
      As well as providingstimulation, variety, interest and motivation, theyhelptopromote positive attitudestowardslearning English.
    • Anothercharacteristic of gamesistheexistence of somekind of contest.
      They can be competitiveorcooperative.
      Theyhelptodevelopyoungchildren’s social skills, such as listeningtoothers, learningtofollow and respectthe rules, takingturns…
    • Types of games
      • Developingphysicalskills
      • Creativethinkingornumeracy.
      • Concentraqtion and memoryskills
      • Associatinglanguage and meaningwithactions, pictures, objects…
      • Examples:
      • Namegames
      • Mime and drama games,
      • Feely bag games
      • Playgroundgames
      • Gamesforgettingintopairsorgroups
      • Muscialgames
      • Spellinggames
      • Word games
      • Teamgames
      • Revisiongames
      • Dice games
      • Drawinggames
    • OUR SUPER GAMES !
      Monkeymonkey
      Spellingshark
      Pass the chocolate cake/ box
      Say 3 times!
      The pools
      Back to back: what are youwearing?
      Can wecrosstheriver Mr. Crocodile?
    • Boardgames
      Dominoes
      Puzzles
      Quizzes
      Memories
      Guesswho?
    • TIPS FOR PLAYING GAMES
      Goforsimplicity
      Makesureallthedhilcren are involved.
      Makesureyouknowhowthegamesworks.
      Giveclearinstructions.
      Teachchildreninteractivelanguageforplayingthegame.
      Be fair and firmaboutenforcing rules.
      Stop thegamebeforetheybeginto lose interest
      Keepfavouritegames.
    • REFLECTION TIME!
      Setting up thegame: werethe rules goals of thegamecleartothechildren?
      Interactionpattern: pairs-groups-teams-wholeclass
      Competitions vs cooperation: wasthegamecompetitiveorcooperativeor a mixture?
      Classroommanagement: wereyouabletomanagethegamepositively and effectively?
      Appeal of thegame: can youlearnfromthisforplanningotheractivities?
      Language and learningbenefits: whatweretheapparentlanguage and learningbenefits of playingthegame?
      500 activitiesforprimaryclassroom, Carol Read.Macmillan