The teacher sets the mood for students to feel comfortable by giving them full attention. They should be pleasant, smile a lot, be kind, and friendly to establish a good rapport. Students will feel comfortable with the teacher.
The target structure is conveyed through actions. Students observe the actions, and students perform them themselves. The teacher uses physical head and body movement to explain sentences, grammatical structures, and vocabulary words.
To introduce discussion topics, reinforce lessons, provide visual aids for concepts, and keep students' attention.
The teacher's voice should be gentle but audible in tone.
The use of hands, facial expressions, and body language to present the teacher's points/lessons. These strategies maintain and captivate students' interest. This is effective for storytelling.
The teacher models correct pronunciation and intonation of new vocabulary, grammatical structures, sentences, and dialogues. Students follow the teacher orally.
This is effective for conversation practices. Students are assigned roles and practice a target structure through dialogues. Students can build their self-confidence.