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TEFL/ESOL Lead-In Activities | EFL Resource

TEFL/ESOL Lead-In Activities | EFL Resource

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The start of the lesson sets the tone and context for all that follows. In many ways, the first things we say or do when we walk into a class at the start of the lesson are like an author looking at a blank page at the start of a book. We want to come up with something that will grab people’s attention right at the beginning so that we can keep them fully engaged as it goes on. This useful download details quick, easy and effective warmers, lead-ins and opening activities.

Check out our accompanying blog here for more information on using lead-in activities.

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