This will help you:
- manage the class because the kids know what they're supposed to do
- help the students learn and use the language more automatically
- have fun with the kids.
That's great. How do I do that?
- Routines start as soon as you see your kids.
- Routines don't mean you have to do the exact same thing.
- Make your routines practical using real life examples.
- Give the students free choice within a set of boundaries.
Watch the video below for even more pro tips!
Some examples of starting routines
- The way your kids come in and sit down.
- Greeting the teacher and/or each other.
- Reviewing vocabulary
Easter Egg Lessons
Teamwork - Your kids will start helping each other and rooting for each other to do the games well.
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