Learn how to warm up your ESL students

In this video you will see the teacher warm up his students with an activity. This draws them into the lesson. It gets them interested, excited and focused.

The objective of this part of the lesson plan is to warm up your students. The goal is to draw your students into the lesson. That can be done a number of ways, here we use an activity to get the students attention. After you have their attention you can then proceed to the next part of the lesson.

Here are some other warm-up activities and icebreakers to choose.

Lesson planning

  1. Lesson Planning - Warm Up
  2. Lesson Planning - Presentation
  3. Lesson Planning - Practice
  4. Lesson Planning - Production
  5. Lesson Planning - Review
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#3 amir 2013-09-01 04:38
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