Videogames, ‘English Adventures with Cambridge’ arrives to learn English

Videogames, ‘English Adventures with Cambridge’ arrives to learn English

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Videogames, ‘English Adventures with Cambridge’ arrives to learn English

Offer a new, fun, memorable learning experience. Using a video game to learn English. English Adventures with Cambridge, created and launched by Cambridge Assessment English in collaboration with Minecraft, one of the most popular video games of all time and already used for education, starts with this goal. Built entirely by Minecraft, English Adventures with Cambridge, the creators assure, “is a safe environment in which children of all ages can practice their English at A1 level and beyond, meeting new characters, solving puzzles, using their English and unlocking rewards in the language. ”

Practically, all English Adventures with Cambridge challenges and puzzles were created by language learning experts and assessment and are designed to develop students’ vocabulary and communication skills. Playing at home can help reinforce learning in the classroom and motivate children to explore and learn more. “We know when children immerse themselves in authentic play like English Adventures with Cambridge they become relaxed, curious and determined, thus setting the stage for true learning. That’s why we are so happy and excited to partner with Minecraft: Education Edition and to make innovative tools available to language learners around the world. ” says Belinda Cerdá, Head of Digital Partnerships.

“Minecraft: Education Edition gives a whole new meaning to language immersion. The creative and interactive world of this video game offers students many completely new ways to practice and explore the English language “assures Allison Matthews, head of Minecraft Education. Available online, English Adventures with Cambridge was developed by experts from Cambridge. English language level certifier – and is aimed at children aged 8 or over or at level A1 and above of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

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