Try taking them to museums, beaches, for a nature walk, or even to the school’s backyard.
Even the fresh air on their face might help to keep them alert and more interested.
Sitting in a classroom for a whole day is hardly anyone’s ideal day, especially if you are young and full of energy.
So why not move the class to a different environment and see how it affects their learning process?
Making your students interested in a subject can be a real challenge.
There are so many variables that can affect their engagement.
Even the bubbling hormones running through the teenagers’ bodies can cause difficulty to concentrate on anything other than the schoolmate in the nearest chair.
Try as hard as you can to find a way to relate the subject to their daily lives.
Remember that things have changed and what worked for you might not work for a class of children or teenagers nowadays.
They have different demands and have to live up to new expectations, so be prepared to understand them and offer the best class you can.