Arta Rexhepi


This study presents a review of the literature and a study case concerning teaching English to young learners (TEYL). Study also discusses the growth of English as a global language, the different kinds of programs used around the world, the advantages of early language learning, some of the problems associated with TEYL and various teaching practices that have been found to be effective in teaching English to young learners. This study discusses on that how we can use games to teach English learners in the classroom, as Genevieve Roth says “playing is a child’s natural way of learning”. Too often we focus on “assessment of learning” on that how much our learners have achieved so this study will discuss this point of teaching too. Learning a foreign language presents a challenge which the teacher with students must overcome together. Perhaps a teacher may have doubts about how the class will be if we move from traditional teaching, are students going to learn easily or will have learning difficulties?, different students have different ways of learning even being the same age, class, and level and this may be a challenge for their teachers because they have to find an appropriate way to teach them.

Keywords: young learners, teaching practices, games, assessment, research.

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