Look through the materials provided to students for the lesson.
Spend 5-7 minutes talking about, explaining, asking questions and introducing materials (aka vocabulary) to students.
Make sure they now understand how to use it.
▶️ Spend more time on this part if necessary
▶️ You goal is to make students realize that they actually learned something today
▫ What do the words “self-discipline” mean to you? Are you self-disciplined?
▫ Why is self-discipline needed?
▫ What are the things that you would like to do, but for some reason they never get done?
What are these reasons?
▫ How can you improve your life by being more self-disciplined?
▫ What is the difference between self-discipline and habit?
▫ In what areas are you most self-disciplined?
3️⃣ Round №2
▫ Self-discipline is overrated.
▫ The more self-discipline you have, the more you do the things you should do, the happier your future self will be. -Maxime Lagacé
▫ The trick to success is to choose the right habit and bring just enough discipline to establish it.
▫ If you are what you repeatedly do, then achievement isn’t an action you take but a habit you forge into your life.
▫ Success is not a marathon of disciplined action.
▫ Self-discipline feels difficult, then you're doing it wrong. -Mark Manson
Spend 5-7 minutes discussing the mistakes people made.
Give good and bad examples of how the vocabulary you discussed in the beginning was used during the lesson.
IMPORTANT RULE ▶️
Visit breakout rooms and write down students’ mistakes
engage with the students as much as the situation requires
write down common mistakes
write down misuse of the vocabulary (materials) of the lesson
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