Grammar Games: Cognitive, Affective And Drama Activities For Efl Students de Mario RinvolucriGrammar Games: Cognitive, Affective And Drama Activities For Efl Students de Mario Rinvolucri

Grammar Games: Cognitive, Affective And Drama Activities For Efl Students

deMario Rinvolucri

Couverture souple | 29 mars 1985 | Anglais

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Cognitive, affective and drama activities for EFL students This is a resource book for teachers containing material for a wide variety of games which can be played in the English language classroom. Each game focuses on one or more points of English grammar. A specification is given for each game, describing its level, materials needed, grammar points practised and time required. Grammar Games enables teachers to integrate grammar practice into their classes in novel and motivating ways.
Titre :Grammar Games: Cognitive, Affective And Drama Activities For Efl StudentsFormat :Couverture soupleDimensions de l'article :144 pages, 9,65 × 7,44 × 0,35 poDimensions à l'expédition :9,65 × 7,44 × 0,35 poPublié le :29 mars 1985Publié par :Cambridge University PressLangue :Anglais

Les ISBN ci-dessous sont associés à ce titre :

ISBN - 10 :0521277736

ISBN - 13 :9780521277730

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Table des matières

Acknowledgements; Introduction; Feelings about grammar; 1. Competitive games; 2. Collaborative sentence-making games; 3. Awareness activities; 4. Grammar through drama; 5. Miscellany; Bibliography.

Critique de chapters.indigo

This is a resource book for teachers containing material for a wide variety of games which can be played in the English language classroom. Each game focuses on one or more points of English grammar. A specification is given for each game, describing its level, materials needed, grammar points practiced and time required.

Critiques

' ... a stimulating contribution to the teaching of grammar'. Sylvia Chalker, EFL Gazette