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"Winner - British Council's Blog of the Month Award."

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I am very delighted to have won the Britsh Council's FEATURED BLOG OF THE MONTH  for March 2019 for my post "Language Games for Teaching and Practicing Vocabulary" And also I am the first Indian blogger who receives this award. Thanks to each and everyone for your support and love.





Check out my previous shortlisted posts:
"A stimulating writing task to describe a great person."
"My 3 Best Story Teaching Methods to Develop Integrated Language Skills."

Active Board Games for an Ergonomic Teaching

                  Board games play a crucial role in children's development and growth. It is an important aspect of brain development as they help acquire logical and reasoning skills, boost critical thinking and gain spatial reasoning. Playing board games helps with learning, social and communication skills as well. So here are some educational board games which can use in our classroom according to content or topic.

                             I found these games on the American English at State website and used in my class with relevant modifications according to my lessons. These games were helped me to comprehend my students and practicing the topic easily and effectively.
  • You need a dice to play these games.
  • Need a minimum of two players.
  • You can ask your pupil to say or write. 
  • Make sure you should pre-teach the topic and also give a demo before playing the game.
1.ABOUT ME:
  •  I used this game to introduce pupils and also ask questions to know about another pupil.
  • Suppose a pupil can say "My name is Rajesh. or ask a question What is your name ?" when he gets his turn.



2.INTRODUCE YOURSELF:
  • This is a good game to practice a phrase or sentence by introducing themselves.
  • I extended this game to practice an introducing sentence in a lesson.
  • There is an introductory sentence in the lesson "EKALAVYA." He introduced himself as "I am the son of the chief of the Nishadas."
  • So I prepared this game by adding famous persons in history and also included "you" and "your friend" to say about themselves.                                        


3.USE AN ADVERB:
  • To write and practice a sentence using an adverb.




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