It is always great to see your students enthusiastic about learning and the activities you so carefully prepared for them but once they have gotten all riled up, it is time to bring them back down so that you can send them to their parents or other teachers without upsetting anyone.
Additionally if students are very loud and energetic at the very beginning of class, you will have to curb their excitement a little in order to complete the rest of the activities for your lesson.
How to Calm Your ESL Students Down
As you can see these approaches are very different but they can all be effective when used properly. The method you choose depends on your students and how they react to activities.
Be sure to use the one that will be most efficient for the type of students you have in your classroom. Luckily this becomes less of a problem as students get older and in adult classes you will rarely have similar issues. If you struggle with this, change your approach to classes in order to resolve it and look on the bright side, at least no one is sleeping.
Enjoyed this article and learned something? Please share it!
Rate this article:
was this article helpful?
rated by 7 teachers
Popular articles like this
0 38,990 0