Encouraging student participation can be difficult.
Students who generally perform well will be more willing to volunteer and more confident when completing exercises whereas students who struggle in the classroom will be more reluctant to do these things. As a teacher there are many ways you can encourage all your students to participate in activities.
How To Encourage Student Participation
Students need to practice speaking English to improve so it is in their best interest to participate fully during their lessons. You can plan lessons accordingly and start incentive programs in order to encourage students to try their best and speak more often in class.
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