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Strong Beginnings: Another Idea to “Hook” your group, Quotes.

Posted on: April 2, 2011

This post by Jennifer Stanchfield offers ideas for actively involving learners from the first moment they enter the room for a workshop, training or classroom lesson.

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4 Responses to "Strong Beginnings: Another Idea to “Hook” your group, Quotes."

Darlene,

Thanks for sourcing this article. I’m teaching my first Junior Achievement class this month. Very timely for me.

Susan

Enjoy your Junior Achievement class Susan. I did one a few years ago and loved it! Quotes work very well. For youth try to find some from people they connect with like sports stars, musicians (even Rappers), contemporay writers and actors. Good luck! Let me know how it goes.

I think I would have given up without my critique partners. They are a source of inspiration and motivation to me. They’re also the best unpaid editors in the world!

Yes, Candice, critique partners are the best. I would not have finished my first book had it not been for my faithful and diligent group. I haven’t mentioned the fact that I consider them excellent unpaid editors as they may decide to charge me!

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