Add some fun projects to your classes by having students prepare presentations, games, or plays. This is a good time of year to cheer up the students and get them to revise their work. Doing activities that involve the material practiced through games and activities can boost everyone's energy. For example, in a history class, divide up certain sections of the syllabus and have groups of students prepare an activity to help others learn. So, for instance, a group could decide to write a skit about a history section, or prepare a puzzle, game or field trip to review the material.
This kind of group work takes the focus off the teacher, enables students to sit in various groups to work and enables revision for tests in a relaxed and enjoyable way.
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