The book starts off with brief suggestions for a new teacher's first day of teaching English as a foreign language, progressing on to games for teachers of all backgrounds, both experienced and inexperienced.
Make the students ask and answer about body parts when they play Alien Teacher. Get your students moving around with Five Friends or learn and practise occupations with The 100 Points Job Game. Use directions to play the highly entertaining Cat and Mouse, prepositions in The Magician....
[show more] Game or consolidate reading through a variety of games such as Five in a Row and Edge to Edge. Your male students will particularly enjoy showing their reading ability when they play Mosquito Game. 'Where Are You From?' will give your students chances to enthusiastically ask and answer about countries. Let them burn off some energy with a variety of challenges through Relay Games. Practise numbers large and small, as well as ordinal numbers, by playing 3, 6, 9. Give the students chance to show some creativity with Do It Yourself!
This extensive collection of games also includes:
• One Dog, Two Dogs, Three Dogs
• Four Knights
• Let's Play Snap
• The Apple Game
• The Shopping Game
• Liar, Liar, Liar!
• The Argument Game
• Dictionary Race
• Down the Line
• The Kitchen Game
• Jigsaw Game
• Find the Animals
This book is primarily aimed at teachers who teach or will teach children English in EFL or ESL environments. It should also be very beneficial to anyone teaching any other foreign language in any country including their own, for instance teachers in England or America who teach French, German or Spanish.