Summary: Teens and adults learn better and more effectively when they’re engaged, interested and having fun. Like children and younger learners adults also enjoy with classroom activities. This book focuses on fluency and grammar. Its pages are packed with activities and exercises created specifically for older children and adults.
- One of the first things you’ll notice about this book is the extensive collection of exercises and games which would be overwhelming if they weren’t so perfectly organized. The author gives detailed advice about considering some important factors such as the students’ cultural background, personalities and ultimately different learning styles all in the introduction.
- Hands down, the best features of this book has to be the creative writing prompts and games that it offers for working with advanced students. It gives interesting material that’s flexible to be as challenging or simple as it needs to be depending on the student. For example
Call My Bluff Definitions: In this game, students write three different definitions for a word that they look up in the dictionary. Two of the definitions should be true and one of them should be fake. Once everyone in the class has done this, students should take turns reading their definitions aloud while the other students try and figure out the fake definition!