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Serious games in language learning and teaching – a theoretical perspective

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In Proceedings of the Third International Conference of the Digital Games Research Association. Tokyo, Japan. Google Scholar 2015-08-24 · According to Dewey (1938) Serious Games enable “experience plus reflection equals learning.†Therefore, it will be necessary, to consider reflection possibilities as crucial didactical aspect designing Serious Games. The challenge is to design a Serious Game for the particular work processes in the harbor as learning context. This study is useful to prove the importance of language games as a teaching strategy to help enhance learners ' English grammar acquisition. In this paper the authors try to explore theoretical perspectives, based upon the views of David and other theorists in support of adopting language games in ELT to change the face of ESL teaching Meyer, B., Sørensen, B.H.: Serious Games in language learning and teaching – a theoretical perspective.

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Outside formal education, games are often significantly involved in children’s encounters with other 2013-04-08 Read – Criticism & Theory on Game-Based Learning. In 1970 Clark Abt called his book “Serious Games” and this was purportedly the very first mention of such a notion.

Serious games in language learning and teaching – a theoretical perspective

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