Creative Activities for Language Learning energizes students to think and to use language in new ways. By injecting humor whenever possible, motivation grows and develops. Used regularly, the group, pair, and single-person activities found here allows students to communicate on a vast array of subjects and try on an endless series of linguistic strategies. They combine the serious tasks with fanciful and creative thinking, self-disclosure and out-right silliness. The activities are also highly teacher-friendly. The groups are chosen, the topic explained, and the students converse until obliged to stop. Students talk, write and think creatively, all at the same time.
language teaching, language learning, activities
Curriculum and Instruction | Reading and Language
Stephen A. Sadow
Sadow, Stephen A., "Creative Activities for Teaching Language" (2010). Languages, Literatures, and Cultures Faculty Publications. Paper 1. http://hdl.handle.net/2047/d20000233
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