Fun and Engaging games to teach English to Primary ESL Students

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  • 1. Fun and Engaging Games to Teach English to Primary ESL StudentsBy Jennifer Verschoorjenverschoor@gmail.com
  • 2. Using games in the ESL classroom- First decide the purpose.- Consider the language level.- Encourage cooperation.- Check the material and time available for the game.
  • 3. Netiquette Rules• Create a safe on-line space for your students.• Teach them how to behave on-line. www.learninglab.org
  • 4. A fun and magical world www.hectorsworld.com7 animated episodes Lesson Plans & Resources Working with parents
  • 5. Teaching PrepositionsTidy your room Finding the mouse
  • 6. Teaching PrepositionsBasketball Game Preposition Desert
  • 7. Using artificial intelligence
  • 8. Using web 2.0 tools www.friv.com
  • 9. Purpose Gameswww.beta.mural.ly www.purposegames.com
  • 10. Spell off Spelling Bee Hang man Up & Down DesertArrow and drag Spin www.gamestolearnenglish.com
  • 11. Enhancing speakingwww.munkyourself.com
  • 12. Moshi MonstersThe fun place to learn online
  • 13. Teaching Digital Literacy Wordle Blog VoicethreadSpreaker Tell your students to describe their monster and write about a day in Monstro city.
  • 14. Design your own houseCompare the descriptions made by students
  • 15. Teach Language and MathSolve the puzzles and work out how much Rox you have
  • 16. Virtual worlds for YL
  • 17. “What makes computer games fun can offer an interesting new light on what will motivate a student to learn.” Armando Baltra
  • 18. Jennifer Verschoor jenverschoor@gmail.comwww.jenverschoor.wordpress.com @jenverschoor