Teaching English the Fun Way: The Game

This game style of teaching grammar allows all students to be active and participate equally in the class. All students, no matter their level of English can master the game and have success. Students self-correct, help their teammates and analyze the work of their classmates. Writing fast and accurately also develops other areas of the brain. Students also follow the rules, apply the rules, and resolve any conflicts. Students cheer on their classmates and learn to be good sports. And most of all they have fun learning grammar.



  1. A good game. But i have 50 students crammed in a classroom – can't see how it will work in my situation? But can see how it works in very small groups of enthusiastic children. And I can see these are good students – good learners and have a high level of English Grammar. If you spoke like you do here to my students – they would not understand anything you say! But a good game for a high level of English learners.

  2. KingDSnowman has been changed to Teaching English
    the Fun Way because I can't remember the password for my KingD channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVLwsvDfH1URRhT-WkqVpNg

  3. Hello everybody. I am the teacher and haven't managed this channel since
    I uploaded these videos. I appreciate all of the positive feedback. I
    plan to restart this channel and add many new videos. I will also
    respond to comments. The problem has been that I don't remember my user
    name or password and can't access my own channel. Anyone have any ideas?
    I may just start a new channel with the same videos and many new ones.

  4. It is a revision activity on pronouns. Students are writing sentences from a sheet and they have been asked to underline the pronoun (s) in the sentence they write. Then the student who finishes writing the sentence first has to say whether the pronoun is singular or plural, what person it is (first, second or third person), and whether the pronoun is masculine, feminine or neutral… Thank you for posting. Love it! 🙂

  5. The first girl is really a miss Sunshine. (Very good training center. Is there any one want to teach in China? I am a teacher here, we need high trained and qualities teacher.)

  6. For all of the people responding, "Can you explain the activity?" etc…

    If you can't extrapolate the assignment – both the specific pronoun assignment in this video as well as how to "plug in" other assignments – based on the video, perhaps you're not fit to be teaching in the first place. I'm a classroom teacher as well (English, even) and "got" it almost immediately.

    The sentences being written are what is on the papers the students are holding.
    He knows in advance which questions he's going to ask for which sentences. The follow-up questions that he asks the "winner" of each sentence writing/underlining competition are the DoK questions (CCSS) or leveled questions (PASS) that are required to gauge mastery. After an hour or two of this, a mastery test could pretty much be accomplished with an exit ticket.

    Nice work, KingDSnowman.

  7. What kind of activity is this?? what is written on the strips of papers the students are holding? you should have had an introduction to clarify this ….Anyway, thank you…..

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