School could be boring for students when they need to study a lot, especially complex mathematics or even lengthy subjects like history. Teachers are trying ways to retain the interest and attention of students in class through interactive sessions. Field trips also form a part of the plan, along with videos. The attention and the retention capacity is not linear. Students often tend to go off to sleep in class or feel sleepy in several instances. Thus, there needs to be a way to keep them engaged to ensure that all students are attentive in class. The following are some of the tips that can help teachers in building enthusiasm among the students while studying in a classroom setting: Presentation: The lectures could be delivered by preparing presentations to read alongside listening to what is being told. Not all students may be a good listener, and the presentations or slide shows can help students read the slides through in case they are not good with listening skills. Additionally, the teachers can share these slides as study materials with the students so that it helps them recall what was taught in the class. Videos: With the advancement of technology, educational videos are gaining popularity on the educational front, especially among student groups. It is easier to remember what is seen than what is heard. Through videos, concepts could be explained more clearly, along with visualization helping children relate to what is being said. Roleplay/drama: One of the most interesting ways of mimicking or teaching a concept or story that happened in the past would be through a play. All the characters depict an event or role in the story or a protein molecule showing how it performs its functions. Students can feel engaged in the class through such plays and would allow them to enjoy their lessons completely. For instance, if DNA replication has to be taught in a science class, students can be selected to play the role of the proteins involved, one can be the nucleus, a few can be the nuclear membrane, one can be an RNA, and likewise, a few students can form the final DNA product. This way, they would remember the overall concept clearer since they have acted upon it or at least seen it live in a classroom setting. Rapid Fire: This type of quiz that could happen randomly in class mainly involved randomly asking questions within a given set of times among the students. A teacher can take the initial ten minutes of her class to randomly select students to answer one question within a time frame and pass to another if the time is missed. Students are awakened, and their minds are activated through this approach, although it may also make a few students nervous. However, this gives teachers an idea of the vague progress or understanding of what was taught in the class earlier.