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Many students may be learning English as a second language, but many may be learning it as a third, fourth, or even fifth language! Multilingualism can be a tricky topic to discuss in the language acquisition world because there are so many different facets to the conversation.
Today we’re going to look more closely at what it means to be multilingual, what it means to be fluent or proficient, and how your students use their multilingualism in daily life (and possibly in your classroom!).
There are so many different language skills that you can work on with games, such as reading, spelling, pronunciation, sentence structure, and many more. While you aren’t going to teach your students anything new with word games (usually, these types of games are a great way to help your students further familiarize themselves with vocabulary, think quickly in English, and create new or strengthen old word associations.
Pronouns can be found in all sorts of writing. They’re used in fiction, non-fiction, personal letters, conversation, and so much more. Since they’re so widely used, it’s important for both you and your students to be familiar with how, when, and why to use pronouns in the English language.