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Welcome to the TESOL Games and Learning Blog

Jeff Kuhn
Jeff Kuhn

Hello! Welcome to a new year and the new TESOL Games and Learning blog series. I’m thrilled to lead this new TESOL expedition into the world of games. As both a language learning educator and lifelong gamer, it’s exciting to … Continue reading

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Teaching to PreK-5 ELs’ Learning Styles

Judie Haynes
Judie Haynes

The term learning styles refers to the belief that every student has a unique approach to learning.  A student’s learning style refers to the way that he/she processes and retains information. Although English learners (ELs) may be literate in their … Continue reading

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7 Tips for Using Emotions in Language Learning

Elena Shvidko
Elena Shvidko

Emotions play an important role in our daily life and interactions. Sometimes, we may feel energetic, motivated, determined, confident, and inspired. But at times, we experience the feelings of indifference, dissatisfaction, and embarrassment. Emotions are crucial in language learning. In … Continue reading

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ESL Games: It’s All in the Description—A Speaking and Listening Game

Marc Anderson
Marc Anderson

The Game: It’s All in the Description is a great way to strengthen speaking and listening skills. In addition, it focuses on the present continuous verb tense and essential vocabulary to expand ESL fluency and overall language learning. It also … Continue reading

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ESL Games: Fractured Fables

Marc Anderson
Marc Anderson

The Game: Fractured Fables is a game that provides a means to learn English without students being aware they are studying.  The game’s context of putting sentences together helps make the foreign language immediately useful to students by bringing the target … Continue reading

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ESL Games: Synonym Clues

Marc Anderson
Marc Anderson

The Game: The object of Synonym Clues is to review vocabulary words. These words can come from everyday language or they can be related to any area of curriculum. Knowing synonyms helps students understand the meanings of words and it … Continue reading

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ESL Games: Multiple Meaning Puzzlers

Marc Anderson
Marc Anderson

The Game: The object of Multiple Meaning Puzzlers is to introduce and review multiple meaning words. Research Says: It is important to employ games that “…[make] the foreign language immediately useful to the children. It brings the target language to … Continue reading

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ESL Games: Hink Pink – Word Game

Marc Anderson
Marc Anderson

The Game: You might know this word game by a whole bunch of other names like Hank Pank, Brain Train, Stinky Pinky, or Wordy Gurdy. The game is made up of a phrase that conveys an adjective paired with a … Continue reading

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