字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 in this sprouts teaching technique, we introduced Cold Call, a simple question method teachers can use to increase attention, boost energy and get a better understanding of their students. Teachers often raise a question and pick the first hand that goes up likely. That's a good and motivated students sitting in the first row already knowing the answer. The student who is less eager and less likely to know the answer is dozing off in the back. And that's a problem with cold Call. The teacher randomly names a student to give the answer. J names some ideal conditions for growing rice. The benefit for the students is that everybody gets a shot. And since no student would know who is next, they all have to pay attention. This gives shy students more voice, increases the energy level and creates a feeling of fellowship. As all students are equally treated. Teachers also benefit first. It's more fun because everybody feels more engaged. Second, it's fast as he or she doesn't need to wait for hands to go up. Third, the teacher gets a better understanding of who already mastered a concept or who needs more health. When you introduce cold call. We recommend using simple questions to get students on board. Once they're prepared, the level can raise in a more advanced form. Teachers can use cold call to moderate a discussion. If Jay got the answer, only half right, the teacher could go on and say, Sonya, give Jay a hint about the weather. Rice seeds seemed toe like. Then the teacher turns back to J to give him another shot to get it completely right. Please use the comments section below to let us know what you think. If you are a student, tell us if your teacher uses cold call. If you are a teacher, share with us how you apply it in class. And if it works for you, we're releasing updates regularly. So don't forget to subscribe to our channel.