Are you teaching English to young children and looking for a simple but powerful lesson framework that you can use and reuse productively? If you are, then you might consider using a technique called Hook Book Look Took.
Children have a short attention span so teachers will need to think of ways to hook them i.e.,to get them to pay full attention during your lesson.
One way to engage students is to organize your lesson around a story book. Children like stories, especially those that they are familiar with. You can read aloud the story to them, or better still, read it in a more interactive manner so that students are fully engaged.
There may be some important language points (e.g., spelling, pronunciation etc) that you want to teach in your lesson. This is where you teach them. But do it briefly and don’t turn it into an extended grammar lesson. The students will get bored.
Before you end your lesson, briefly summarize the key learning points of your lesson. You can use a song, nursery rhymes etc to reinforce the key takeaways of the lesson.
To learn more about this simple but powerful lesson structure, click on the link here: HOOK BOOK LOOK TOOK.