Learning English through board games

Students love to use technology, but playing old fashioned board games is a great way to improve your English and have fun.  Students have to work collaboratively to understand the rules and play the game. All the instructions are in English of course! We’ve got lots of board games in ESOL class. Last week we bought two new ones: Cluedo and the new edition of New Zealand Monopoly. Here are students enjoying both games. Not a device in sight! 🙂

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