“The more we learn, the more we learn that we need to learn more.” -Shiva Kumar A.S. With the change in the conventional role of the teachers from a mere dispenser of information to a facilitator in learning, the importance of activities in the class has amplified manifold. But activities in the class also bring forth the quest for a flawless class management which would entail seamless conduct of the activities planned. But are teachers in India really trained for that? I have serious misgivings on that count. India, after all, is notorious for plying and indulging in opulent cars without constructing proper roads. Through this work, ‘The Trigger Point’, the author is taking a shot to curtail that pause of disparity. He doesn’t know whether he will accomplish the promised land or not, but one thing he can assure to his ingenuous readers that once they start implementing the revered pursuits provided in this book, delivering class through activities will become a second nature for them and the next ‘Trigger’ for activity inkling will originate from nowhere else, but within.