Homework if you want to give your students an

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Homework If you want to give your students an interactive homework assignment, tell them to write down the foods they ate for dinner and label the foods as salty, spicy, sweet, or sour. Have them share their dinner flavors with you in the next class. Body Language Is Key Use plenty of body language to communicate with your students. Show them that you’re listening for them to speak by cupping your hand to your ear and pointing to them. If you don’t have a certain prop for a lesson, mime it as best as you can. Pictures and Images Go a Long Way Find a few pictures to accompany each lesson. This can go a long way in helping your students understand the material. These can also help if your student does very well and finishes the lesson early. You can ask them endless questions about what they see in the image and their opinions of it. Always Prepare Extra Activities Like I mentioned above, it’s a good idea to have extra activities on hand in case the student moves quickly through the lesson. Parents are often paying you for a set amount of time. This means that they expect instruction for the entire duration of the class.
Here are a few quick activities you can keep on hand: Have extra pictures of the lesson topic to discuss with the student. Write all the lesson vocabulary words and definitions on a piece of paper. Hold it up and have the student match the two.

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