Kadodo Webster (Mr) and Kadodo Mavies (Mrs)
This article examines the use of language games in English as a Second Language (ESL) teaching in Zimbabwe. It compares the use of games in ESL teaching by primary and secondary school teachers. The central notion in this paper is that games, as part of the communicative and interactive methods, are an essential repertoire of a language teacher whether at the primary or secondary school level. The issue of educational level at which games can be successfully used has repeatedly been raised. This paper thus, makes a case for the use of games at both primary and secondary school levels. The article examines whether primary and secondary school teachers employ games in ESL teaching.
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