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Openers matter and set the tone for the lesson that follows. Here’s how to start strong when you need to.
The first few moments of class, like the opening lines of a novel, are critical. For teachers, they’re the starting gate for the lesson that follows and “the key to enlivening—or extinguishing—student interest and learning,” writes Curtis Chandler for MiddleWeb. Making sure that your warm-up activity is both substantive and highly engaging, or even downright fun—drawing students into the classroom and the lesson—takes practice and some trial and error, but veteran teachers say it’s worth the effort to get it right.
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