3 Funny Games in English
If you've taught English at some point in your life, you're just too tired or unable to attend class.
Maybe they were just not getting the subject, they were tired of working or they had moved to another place.
He will ask my opinion, for a child who is deprived of education, 15-20. a game.
Below are a few simple games in English. These are the games that wear the preparations of the teachers at length from the front.
1. Word Competition
First, the class is divided into teams. The more teams there are, the more fun the game will be. A topic is selected. For example, you can choose a topic that you have covered in previous lessons. Each team should write as many words as possible on the topic. An amazing game to improve English vocabulary and grammar. You can also include small gifts (for example, candy is a great idea) in the game to reinforce the feeling of fun and positive competition.
2. Two Truths One Lie
Actually, you can guess the content from the name of the game. One of the students makes three sentences and presents all three as certain facts. However, not all of these are true.
Other students try to guess which of these three sentences is a lie. The turn passes to the person who guessed correctly. This game is also perfect for overcoming tensions and embarrassment in a new group of students and "merging". Finally, I would like to point out that I did not come up with these games myself. All of them are games that you can find on the internet or in books. There are many more games that you can play in English lessons.
Are there any English games that you already play?
3. Who am I?
The logic of the game is as follows: One of the students chooses a person and describes him with 4-5 sentences written on the board. Other students try to know who this person is.
This is a great game for grammar, sentence structure, and vocabulary as well as dialogue development.