Keep Your Pace Dynamic

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It may sound a lot simpler to let your students play a game for 40 minutes, but you run the risk of letting their enthusiasm fizzle out. Instead of planning one long activity, break up the class into smaller, 10 to 15-minute tasks, and briskly take them from one to the next. A good pace keeps students from getting bored and keeps them on their toes.

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