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Ice Breakers and Warm Ups for All Ages

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Session Title: Ice Breakers and Warm Ups for All AgesYour Name: Faisal Ibrahim Kasim Al ShamaliWork Title: ELT LecturerSchool or  Organization Name: Ibri College of Technology, OmanCo- Presenters Name(s): Hermine Grigoryan, EL Teacher, ArmeniaArea…Continue

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Importance of Warm Ups by Chris Cotter

Posted on October 7, 2013 at 4:34am 0 Comments

The warm up of a lesson often receives less attention than it should. Teachers spend a lot of time preparing explanations and worksheets to introduce and practice the target language, for example. They then enter the classroom unprepared for the first five or ten minutes. "Let's do something fun" usually constitutes all the planning that goes into this stage of the lesson. Planning then gets done on the way to the classroom, with the teacher pulling a game out of his bag of…


The importance of warming up students

Posted on October 6, 2013 at 3:15pm 0 Comments

Dear all, I will qoute Chris Cotter and his main reasons why warm up activities are important for teachers. He stated that using warm up (energizers) to set up the tone of the class for the coming minutes; to raise the energy and competition level of the students; to get students into "English Mode"; and finally to serve as a springboard into the topic of the lesson.

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