TIPS FOR TEACHING TEENAGERS

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TIPS FOR TEACHING TEENAGERS
  1. The teenagers are going through a lot of physical and emotional changes, including changes in their brains for that reason let me share some tips for help them.
    1. The key to good teaching to teenagers, is to find out what gets the students' attention and use it to help them learn
      1. The first day: the teacher should make that sure they are conscious of the amount of work they will be doing both in and out of class if they want to reach their objectives and It is really important that they feel motivated.
        1. Being strict: Research has shown that firm but fair teachers are preferred by this age group, However, this doesn’t mean that teachers have to be strict all the time! Students should be rewarded when they work hard and rewards, such as games and other fun activities, can be a great incentive to get the task done.
          1. Short-Term goals: Set regular, achievable goals in order to keep motivation as high as possible, and discuss and negotiate these goals with your students keeping them involved.
            1. Motivation: Instead of just asking your students to read, tell them the story from the writer’s point of view from the beginning, but stopping before the end. Now ask what happened next, encouraging all kinds of funny answers and, then, get them reading! The gist of it is to find fun ways to exploit the materials they already have in their course books.
              1. Humour: A good laugh now and again can motivate teenagers to want to come to class. Make up stories or ask them to help you solve a problem or to introduce a grammar point that they actually, The students would come up with all sorts of solutions, have fun and, actually, practice their English. know.
                1. Teenagers want to know about now, and not about what happened a hundred years ago! Keeping up- to-date with technology and the topics that may interest teenagers it is of utmost importance to getting and holding their attention.
                  1. teachers must be creative and organize activities like sharing journal entries or writing articles for a magazine students have created themselves.
      2. Appropriate and adapted activities to teenagers
        1. Music: teenagers love and relate to music, as it is a way for them to express themselves and learn at the same time
          1. Group Work: teenagers are social animals and even thougt they may be quite self conscious, they crave relationship and peer interaction.
            1. Role-playing and acting: this is a great way for teenagers to express themselves freely and to turn uninhibited. Role -playing allows them to vent their feelings in a safe way as it can be perceived as just a role, that a student is playing and not their true selves
              1. Class konowledge: Teenagers know a lot about various topics and a teacher should elicit and use their interests and passions for class content.
                1. Games: teenaagers are competitive in the way that they like to show -off and win in groups.
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