Don’t Jump in, Lead in


When you’re about to teach a tricky verb tense or expression, don’t jump in with an example. Instead, lead in by using what your students already know. For example, if you’re teaching a phrase like “make an appointment”, first ask them if they can go see their doctors whenever they like without calling first. When they say no, you tell them they need to “make an appointment” first.

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