Game as a Main Strategy in Language Education
American Journal of Educational Research, 2013 1 (1), pp 6-10
Received 15, 2013; revised 06, 2013; accepted January 22, 2013
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- Birova, Ilka Lyubenova. "Game as a Main Strategy in Language Education." American Journal of Educational Research 1.1 (2013): 6-10.
- Birova, I. L. (2013). Game as a Main Strategy in Language Education. American Journal of Educational Research, 1(1), 6-10.
- Birova, Ilka Lyubenova. "Game as a Main Strategy in Language Education." American Journal of Educational Research 1, no. 1 (2013): 6-10.
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This article is dedicated to a problem in language education – using game as a basic strategy in learning process of all age learners. The author describes main features of game as a learning method and its advantages in comparison with traditional methods. Game sustains student motivation and interest and makes education effective and pleasant. In the paper a short presentation of Suggestopedia is given, an efficient method created by Bulgarian scientist Dr G. Lozanov (1926-2012), which is based on game. In the article some terms used in language education are also discussed.
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