Games to teach english language

Take the Word Up Tour and find out more! Makes learning and teaching English fun! The biggest hit in our school this year. Board games to teach english language of choice with our students and teachers.

Engaging, easy to play, fun and interesting. Would warmly recommend it to both teachers and students of English. Make your classes more fun with Matt’s latest ebook. Icebreakers, fillers, quiz games, and much more! Special edition for teachers and schools. For up to 12 players or teams in 2 games.

Learn phrasal verbs with Matt’s new ebook. Over 1000 phrasal verbs, 2000 example sentences and 1000 fun quiz questions. Do you sometimes go crazy trying to come up with fun stuff for your classes? Can students of various abilities play Word Up together? How many times can someone play before having been asked all the questions? Can Word Up be played by native speakers of English?

How can I purchase the game? Why use games in teaching English? What language skills does Word Up test and develop? Is the game an effective teaching tool? How will I know how to use the game in a classroom? At what stages of a course should I use the game? What is my role as the teacher?

How do I know if the game is suitable for my students? How long does it take to play the game? How many games will I need? Should I encourage my students to play Word Up in their free time? ESL Students How can playing Word Up improve my English?

Can I play with my friends if our English abilities are different? How do I know which level I should answer questions from? How good does my English need to be? Can I play with my friends and family at home? Before play begins, each player takes a question sheet and clips it to a question sheet holder. Each sheet contains a set of 28 questions plus answers. With ‘Word Up – Complete Home Edition’, 2 to 6 players or teams can play in a single game.

With ‘Word Up – Classroom Pack’, up to 12 players or teams can play in two games. The questions are arranged into five levels of difficulty, with level 1 being the easiest and level 5 the most difficult. Each player answers questions from the level best suiting his or her ability. A player may play Word Up 160 times before having been asked all the questions. Word Up is suitable for players of any age. While questions from the lower levels of difficulty may often be more suitable for younger players with less-developed English language skills, none of the questions have been written specifically for children and all may be used with players from any age group. While Word Up was designed for learners of English as a second or foreign language, it may also be used as an educational game for native speakers wishing to improve their language skills.