Games in language learning

People start learning when they are born. They familiarize themselves with the world step by step. We can say that they learn all the time. It is very important in what kind of circumstances they learn. The more interesting the discovery, the more lasting the experience. How can we make the learning...

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Main Author: Fekete Róbertné
Other Authors: Orosz Andrea
Format: Thesis
Published: 2003
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Online Access:http://diploma.bibl.u-szeged.hu/76077
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Summary:People start learning when they are born. They familiarize themselves with the world step by step. We can say that they learn all the time. It is very important in what kind of circumstances they learn. The more interesting the discovery, the more lasting the experience. How can we make the learning process more interesting? It is possible with the help of didactic games. At the early ages for children it is easier to learn, because they can play unconsciously without questioning their knowledge. Teachers should make every effort to make the learning process effortless even at school. As a language teacher I would like to discuss how I try to make learning foreign language easier and more interesting for my pupils by using games and how they accept my efforts at different ages.