Be a successful, fun teacher with this action-packed games book for children learning English & FREE BONUS How would you like to have happy, motivated pupils who love learning English with you ? Now you can. Have you ticed how kids tend to forget everything you covered in the previous lesson ? The vocabulary goes in one ear and out the other ! 176 English Language Games for Children solves that problem, by making repetition fun. Now you can drill your pupils in new vocabulary and grammar until they are blue in the face and they won't hate you, they'll love you for it ! Now they will be motivated and enjoying your lessons. They will gain confidence in speaking, remember what you teach them and get better results. With the help of numerous teachers writing in with feedback over the years, Shelley Ann Vern has created a fabulous collection of fun, easy ESL games for the classroom. This is a great book for the staff room bookshelf, and for any ESL teacher out there who wants to get better results and prepare fun lessons quickly. What you will get from this book: Easier, faster lesson planning Fun language drills for learning new vocabulary and grammar Fun ways to have all the children speaking as much as possible during lessons Classroom management strategies that work in the real world Games for listening, speaking, spelling, reading and writing skills And you may even become a more popular teacher It can be a challenge learning to teach, or changing your teaching style but if you do it with one new game a day, you'll soon become the inspirational teacher you really want to be. Getting Your FREE Bonus Inside this book is access to a series of elementary lesson plans made from games in the book. By using these lessons you'll be taken through the six steps to a fun, yet effective classroom. Buy your copy of ESL Games: 176 English Language Games for Children by scrolling up and clicking Buy Now With 1-Click.
Teacher, musician and creator of Teaching English Games and Home English Teacher. Shelley noticed that children learning English in primary schools managed to go through years of lessons and retain virtually nothing, aside from my name is ... and colours. She was determined to get better results for her pupils. Instead of being faced with a class of children who forget the unit no sooner the page is turned, she chose to teach using games, and focus the bulk of class time on the listening and speaking skills, with hundreds of language drills, disguised in fun formats. She created a collection of games from her experiences to share with other teachers. She has since shared her ideas with thousands of teachers around the world, bringing enthusiasm and a love of learning into the classroom, as well as great results. Shelley Vernon holds a BA degree in languages from Durham University, 1989, a BA in music from Canterbury Christchurch College, 2000 and a TEFL qualification.