My #1 Back-to-School-Advice: Always Use Attention Grabbers

attention grabbers

The length of the students’ attention spans is incredibly short. They got tired and bored quickly. even they may fall asleep during the class. It’s a really bad thing especially when you’re teaching an important item.

Here’s your job as a creative teacher to wake them up using different kinds of attention grabbers.

Warmers as Attentions Grabbers

Attention grabber is something you often start off with to wake up your students and get them really want to stay attentive. It usually comes right at the beginning of each lesson to encourage students to continue paying attention and focusing on what you’re teaching.

Here are 13 suggested EFL quickie warmers to start your lesson with to grab your students’ attention

Wrap-Ups as Attention Grabbers

You can also use attention grabbers to finish your lessons with to grab and focus your students’ attention on the most important items you’ve tackled during the lesson.

Here are the best 9 ways to finish your EFL lessons with to achieve the goal of grabbing students’ attention

One More Important Advice

When you decide to use an attention grabber, try your best every time to use something completely different from what you’ve used before. You should always think to catch your students’ attention and wake them up using a pattern that they haven’t been accustomed to before. 

About My “Teaching Beginning Reading to EFL/ESL Learners” eBook

Students who fail at reading in English are unlikely to do well in English exams at school, so all EFL/ESL teachers in primary schools place much emphasis on developing the reading skills of their learners.

EFL/ESL teachers in primary schools are constantly searching for effective techniques that can help them produce effective results related to getting their students to read in English as quickly as possible, that’s why I’ve decided to create this eBook.

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The eBook tackles the following main ideas:

  • What is reading?
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I offer this step-by-step eBook guide not only for EFL/ESL teachers but also for parents to help them get their children to read in English easily and in a short time.

By selling this eBook, you will not only learn how to teach beginning reading to your students in the classroom but also you will support me with little money to continue my mission of helping EFL/ESL teachers teach the English language more effectively.

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