Ch 14: Language Arts Games for 7th Grade

About This Chapter

Playing games stimulates different learning centers in the brain, so incorporating games into your curriculum may improve student performance. In this chapter you will review ideas for language arts games that you can use in your 7th grade classroom.

Language Arts Games for 7th Grade - Chapter Summary

The lesson in this chapter elaborates on activities and other ideas that may help you include learning games in your lesson plans for 7th grade students. Among other topics, you will go over the following:

  • Approaches to reading games
  • Games that build student vocabularies
  • In-class grammar activities
  • Interactive games to improve spelling skills

While there are many teaching resources out there, not all of them cater to your needs like we do. For starters, we know you need access to this information 24/7, so that's exactly what we give you. Furthermore, we know your time is limited, which is why each of the lessons in this chapter can be completed in less than 10 minutes.

How It Helps

  • Builds awareness: You'll get an opportunity to review some of the latest game ideas and activity approaches, which can improve the effectiveness of your teaching.
  • Improves student skills: By implementing this information into your lesson plans, students can practice language arts skills and play fun game simultaneously.
  • Provides step-by-step guidance: Our instructors give you easy-to-follow instructions for every game and activity, so even if you have never used games in class before, these lessons will walk you through the process.

Skills Covered

When you complete this chapter, you should be ready to:

  • Develop games that challenge student reading skills
  • Explain the goals and rules for in-class vocabulary games
  • Integrate fun grammar activities into your lesson plans
  • Design spelling games for teams and individuals

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