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Running Head: GAMES IN ADULT FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING 3$International$Conference$on$Language,$Innovation,$Culture$and$Education(ICLICE)$$

  title={Running Head: GAMES IN ADULT FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING 3\$International\$Conference\$on\$Language,\$Innovation,\$Culture\$and\$Education(ICLICE)\$\$},
  author={Barbara Friehs},
The use of games in teaching and learning – which goes back to progressive education – enhances the holistic development of a person and the emergence of a variety of skills. Whereas several studies have already shown positive results for children, the present study concetrates on games as a didactic tool for teaching foreign languages to adults – a much less investigated area. Advantages and disadvantages of this approach are discussed and problem areas are identified. In addition, the results… 

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