Advice for new teachers on delivering an engaging lesson

01/31/2012 | Edutopia.org

Veteran fourth-grade teacher Paula Naugle in this blog post shares advice for new teachers on how to deliver an engaging lesson for students. First, Naugle suggests teachers consider which method of delivery -- whole-group, teacher-led or collaborative -- is appropriate for the lesson. Next steps include using a video clip, or other technology, to capture students' interest, being clear with directions and employing random selection to check for understanding.

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