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Lead ins revised

  1. 1. LEAD-INS Daniela Lyra Fernanda Oliveira
  2. 2. Tony Nester
  3. 3. 3A - Unit 3 (Hot & Cold)
  4. 4. What’s a lead-in?
  5. 5. Your unit subject is a trip to the desert, weather conditions in the arctic, travel problems, healthy food. What are you going to do to connect your students mentally and emotionally to aspects of these subjects that they might not have experienced or ever been interested in? How are you going to arouse curiosity, trigger physical sensations, and why should you do that?
  6. 6. As you watch the next video, list the advantages and disadvantages of setting up a lesson with lead-ins in mind.
  7. 7. Memory will retain more than words. It will register the textures of sensation. The reaction to what the fingertips have touched. This activation of curiosity and readiness is your lead-in. It leads you in. It leads them on!
  8. 8. What’s your lead-in??? An idea that changed everything!
  9. 9. No Sugar Day Arouse curiosity Trigger physical sensations Connect mentally and emotionally
  10. 10. Arouse curiosity ? Trigger physical sensations ? Connect mentally and emotionally ?
  11. 11. Always challenge your students Try to understand existing networks and build on them Think of a class as a concrete experience Bring a rich blend of senses. Arouse curiosity Let students feel the experience. Don`t lecture Use metaphors, analogies and stories
  12. 12. Easy tasks to adapt to any content Find your soulmate Quiz Secret alphabet Draw, mime or explain
  13. 13. Zoom – Istvan Banyai
  14. 14. Different topics/subjects …they might not have experienced or ever been interested in
  15. 15. LEAD-INS danilyra@yahoo.com teacherfernanda

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