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SOURCE:    Pedagogy. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2021. № 2. P. 228-234.
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Creating English Learning Board Game for Senior Pre-schoolers "Treasure Hunt" on the Basis of Iterative Approach

Lopukhova Maya Vladimirovna
Britannia School

Submitted: 14.03.2021
Abstract. The paper aims to reveal the essence of the iterative approach to game creation, to describe the technology of creating the English learning board game for senior pre-schoolers. The article examines the existing approaches to game creation, identifies specificity of the iterative approach, and reveals its conceptual foundations. Scientific originality of the study involves developing methodological recommendations on the use of the iterative approach to creating a language learning game for pre-schoolers. The research findings are as follows: the author presents the English learning board game "Treasure Hunt" aimed to develop senior pre-schoolers’ English-language speech skills.
Key words and phrases: авторская настольная игра, обучение английскому языку, старшие дошкольники, итеративный подход, разговорные навыки, authorial board game, teaching English, senior pre-schoolers, iterative approach, speech skills
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