Having worked with teacher training for some time, I can now say that both novice and experienced teachers are constantly looking for activities to motivate their learners. They often request games and fun tasks and usually expect a ready-made set of activities that can be applied without too much preparation. There is nothing wrong with that. However, in this article I intend to discuss whether games might end up being under-explored in English classes and how we can turn them into even more powerful teaching tools if we prepare them more thoroughly and design each one so as to cater to the specific needs of each group.
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