598. Shoot the ball at the right time / Implementing activities

One day teacher of English B said to teacher of English A, “You told me you plan every class, ok, and you write a scheduled plan of activities and things to implement. And also you told me sometimes one activity, however it is, does not work, does not engage with your students, and you see they’re getting jumpy and uneasy. You wish to carry out that activity but they seem they don’t want to carry on with it. So, give up and stop doing that activity, and gently shift into the next one. You’ll learn from that trouble for next time, and you’ll be able to engage your students with something similar to that activity, or with some change applied to that activity, something that fits.” / Photo from: 2sports info


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