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Before we tackle the lesson, I’d like to shed some light over the two words “lead in and warmer”. Many teachers think that they are the same because they are both used at the beginning of each lesson. In fact, they are not the same.
The warmer is the activity that is used by the teacher at the beginning of any lesson. It’ not necessary to have a relation to the topic the teacher is going to deal with. It can be a song, a game, a puzzle, a riddle, …..etc. We can compare it to a sportsman who is warming up to start a volleyball game.
The lead in is the same as the warmer, it’s done at the beginning of the lesson, it can be a song, a game, a puzzle, a riddle…etc but it has a relationship to the topic. We can compare it to the same volleyball player but this time he doesn’t just warm up, he practices some gestures that he needs to play the sport like using his arms to block the ball.
Here is my lesson of asking about price, size and color while shopping .
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