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Planned risk taking Some of the best English lessons involve trying something a bit different. New teachers tend to fall into two camps: play it safe by planning straightforward tasks that you know will work, or plan something whacky and hope you can pull it off. To keep yourself and your students engaged, motivated and sane, I would recommend a combination of the two approaches. While students benefit from a routine and the security of clear and prescriptive instructions, they can easily become bored, passive or rebellious if tasks require little personal thought, imagination or challenge.
A clear system of sanctions and rewards that are applied consistently will help students to understand your high expectations for behaviour. Just make sure your rules have Teaching outstanding English lessons good learning as the main rationale so that students can appreciate the logic behind your punishments. Also avoid making English work form a part of a punishment; it is reasonable to get students to write incomplete homework during a detention, but be wary of setting students a reading or writing exercise as punishment - this sends out the message that English is not enjoyable.
Having a pre-prepared sequence of slides to accompany each stage of the lesson is a great tool.
202 useful exercises for IELTS by Garry Adams, Terry Peck, Helenka Piotrowski