Use interactive approaches to learning, promoting active use of the skills in transacting, including real-life examples and case studies and practical exercises on mobile electronic devices, which are more accessible to learners.
Regularly check learners’ understanding, learning, thinking, comprehending and processing, through trying to conclude to the level of understanding of learners rather than asking directly.
Encourage students to continue building their skills in transacting, through daily activities based on their needs.
Stand in front of the class and just lecture but try to be active and interactive.
Assume that lack of response means lack of interest, as it is may occurred by the language barrier, the migration status, etc., but keep a friendly and inviting way.
Don’t act surprised if students are lost when you haven’t clearly written and explained step-by-step directions.