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Learn English playing Fortnite

Play Fortnite with your English teacher, learn the language while playing!
First book a course or class. Our first class focuses on understanding the story, reading, listening, and speaking with an emphasis on correct pronunciation. Question time on the story. Then some computer game based language. Finally review and short test. Our aim is to get you speaking with other natives online and fast. We identified that school classroom English isn’t quite enough for students to feel confident speaking English. We give you the skills to do so. Speaking English becomes a natural skill.

First book a course or class. Our first class however is understanding the story, reading focus on pronunciation. Question time on the story. Then some computer game based language. Finally review and short test. Our aim is to get you speaking with other natives online and fast. We identified that school classroom English isn’t quite enough for students to feel confident speaking English. We give you the skills to do so. Speaking English becomes a natural skill. 

Great! You will love how we introduce you to the story and how its played. The practical language used and also your being taught by teachers who have over ten years experience delivering English courses internationally. Its time to start.

 

Many students are playing games like Fortnite Now that the generation that’s grown up with video games has moved on to teaching in their own classrooms, technology is becoming a more common part of the classroom experience.  But is there a way we can use video games to teach students more effectively, rather than simply as time fillers or rewards? Vivalandagames  engage students in deeper dialogue regarding emotions and social interactions without the “cheese factor”  We provide alternative methods for students to gain a more nuanced understanding of the world around them?  Video games are no longer just ways to kill time and procrastinate.  Teachers are already beginning to use games—and gamification—in the classroom to increase student engagement, and you can, too!

Historically, games have provided a visually interesting way to drill factual information or practice more technical skills: Fortnite, anyone?  We need to remember that games can also provide a safe way to experience and explore complex topics without students having to necessarily put themselves on the spot.  While teachers must be intentional with the use of screen time, if an educator has done the legwork to create a structure and context for students to play video games, they can provide powerful experiences that foster empathy and socio-emotional development while helping students grapple with complex academic concepts.

Welcmome to our language world Vivalandagames!

Vivialandagames allow students to imagine themselves without restriction or constraint speaking a language.  Character development is one of the first steps players take within games.  Most online and team-based games provide players with an element of choice, whether that choice involves selecting their character from a roster of identities or developing their own character from scratch.  In many cases, students create or select ideal mental versions of themselves within the game, which teachers can use to lead discussions about personal identity, development of self, and choices made in self-portrayal.

It’s critical to honestly evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of your character in order to effectively progress in games. It’s also important to modify game play to best take advantage of those strengths and weaknesses.  Students who are able to take that character reflection and apply it to themselves are able to better evaluate where they are and how they’re doing, both in games and in life.  Teachers can also take the act of character development that students experience in-game, and compare and contrast that to the development of characters in other mediums, such as books and film.

Games are challenging and players often get stuck or have to try certain levels or areas multiple times before progressing.  This perseverance and willingness to fail in the face of challenges pushes students to manage their stress and frustration, channeling those feelings towards a positive goal rather than using that energy negatively. In addition to handling stress, games can have complex stories and plotlines that can provide a wide variety of emotions experienced by the players.  Games provide a lot of positive emotions: feelings of perseverance, luck, victory, teamwork, collaboration, and more.  Students can learn to channel these positive emotions in times of frustration, especially if teachers help bridge that connection for students.

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After the course

Vocabulary 100%
Tactics 100%
Stratagy 100%
Confidence 100%
Happy parents 100%

buddies recommending us

"My son is Polish he hates English despite how lovely his school teacher. She is an angel so patient he is so badly behaved its embarasing to write this !. As parents we are at our witts end . We gave up and said ok play video games in English we didn't realise they are delivered by a teacher who has an agenda a method and would make him get top of the class in three months at his school ! Just incredible and he speaks so naturally. "- Mother
"I bought my Child a PS4 for Xmas sadly my child can’t talk to other English children the language at school seems not to work. I booked a course with Vivalanda games. I honestly couldn’t believe the difference. I signed up for an English course myself as I was so surprised. It’s my husbands turn to have class next time and English has become part of our life. Amazing idea thank you, VG."- Mother

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