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interesting articles on sites about teaching English as a foreign language.
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Can I have p please Bob? Using 80s gameshows to teach languages - The Guardian (blog)

Can I have p please Bob? Using 80s gameshows to teach languages - The Guardian (blog) | Articles re. education | Scoop.it
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Can I have p please Bob? Using 80s gameshows to teach languages
The Guardian (blog)
Teaching English as a foreign language textbooks are bursting at the spines with lively games and activities.
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Great stuff... introduce competiton into class learning and get your teenagers' attention

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World Teacher: Warmers, coolers and lesson-planning for teenagers

World Teacher: Warmers, coolers and lesson-planning for teenagers | Articles re. education | Scoop.it
Short - 'against the clock'; Interactive (pairs, small groups); Competitive; Fun; Gets students thinking in English; Recycles/revises vocabulary; Gets students speaking - noisy! Raises energy levels.
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Some nice, basic ideas here to remind us all what we used to do before technology invaded our brains and classrooms.

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zondle: welcome

zondle: welcome | Articles re. education | Scoop.it
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This is new to me and I haven't joined yet, but I mean to look more closely soon.  I'm not sure what the age group is.  Looking at the illustrations, probably younger learners. 

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Free Online Games for Language Learning | Languagegames.org

Free Online Games for Language Learning | Languagegames.org | Articles re. education | Scoop.it
Learn languages with free online games. Games to learn phrases, greetings, vocabulary, numbers and grammar in English, Spanish, French, German and Italian.
Alison Rostetter's insight:

might be fun to try out some of these, regardless of age/levels.

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Claudia Domenici's curator insight, November 1, 2013 11:43 AM

good fun for vocabulary learning