Top Tips for Teachers
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Four teaching points to help you have a successful Lesson
1. Planning is the key to good lessons; make your lessons interesting by making them visual. Use pictures and storybooks this keep the children’s attention.
2. Use a quick craft activity to show the aim of the lesson, children enjoy the activity and can take something home to remember the aim of the lesson.
3. A quick way of finding out what your class thinks is to have a class vote. Ask the children to raise their hands. Choosing activities helps the children to feel involved.4. When you need to use a loud voice to be heard, be sure to lower it again as soon as you have the class attention. Being firm and in control helps keep the children on track.