Using Games as a Tool in Teaching Vocabulary to Young Learners.

@inproceedings{Bakhsh2016UsingGA,
  title={Using Games as a Tool in Teaching Vocabulary to Young Learners.},
  author={Sahar Ameer Bakhsh},
  year={2016}
}
Over the last few decades, teaching English become a phenomenon in Saudi Arabia, especially to young learners. English is taught as a main subject in kindergarten and elementary schools. Like any other children, Saudis accept new foreign languages easily, but they get bored very fast if the teacher is teaching them using the old conventional methods and techniques. The aim of this paper is to prove that games are effective tools when devised to explain vocabularies and they make it easier to… CONTINUE READING

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