Advantages And Disadvantages Of Foreign Language

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2.1 Learning a foreign language by children in the middle stage of training is once again an essential subject of conversation concerning teachers, linguists and parents. Psychologists clarified the fact that the average school age is considered the most favorable period for this type of activity.

The current situation creates a growing public demand for qualified teachers. Their absence leads to rather sad consequences. People barely holding basics of the language, find themselves able to teach the children of secondary school age children because of this knowledge, supposedly, it is enough. The result is not just a waste of time, but also causes damage
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In the intermediate stage of learning the basics of learning English are built. It is known that teaching to speak is a productive process, that is, requires students to build statements, due to the situation of communication is a complex methodological problem, since the mastery of them is associated with the greatest difficulties for students and require time-consuming and effort on the part of teachers and students. Nonetheless, the time and effort pays off, if students master these activities at the middle point on a strictly selected materials that provides the motivational level (i.e., students are interested to say something, to describe, to ask, suggest, and so on in English language), and a solid foundation for the formation of other types of speech activities. This is evidenced by the experience of successfully working teachers in grades V- VII.

In my research paper I will try to show the importance of the proper organization of speech and language games in the pedagogical process and technology and their implementation in the middle class.

The purpose of this paper is to highlight the issue of the significance of the games and their use at English lessons in 6 class of a comprehensive
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For example, Piaget distinguishes three main types of games that he refers to the stages of child development [33; pp. 30].
- game exercises - the first game of the Child related to the gripping action with toys (the first year);
- symbolic play, based on the imitation of the adult world with the help of a special system of symbols (early pre-school age)
- games with rules that, in fact, are role-playing games.
The author of another classification is the national psychology PP Blonsky, who identifies the following types of games:
- Imaginary Games - manipulation impulsive origin in infants who are not actual games;
- Building Games, which are based on the art of building a child;
- Imitating Games based on the imitation of an adult;
- Dramatization, i.e. game based on - drama of the child;
- Active Games where a huge role played by race;
- Intellectual Games based on the activation of mental abilities of the child [33; pp. 52].
Games are also divided by kind of activities on:
- physical (motor)
- intellectual (mental)
- labor
- social
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