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Planning an individual lesson or a sequence of lessons

Module 2
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Claudia Bell

on 17 July 2015

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Unit 21
Planning an individual lesson or a sequence of lessons

When we plan an individual lesson we need to think about:
Scheme of work
Planning a sequence of lessons
Scheme of work
help us...
Planning an individual lesson
The most important thing is to make sure that:
Sequence of lessons
List of things we can vary:
What do you think might be the advantages and disadvantages of each scheme?
are less detailed than lesson plans
Should have a logical and learning-friendly progression
Good balance of approaches and activities
To identify our aims
plan a sequence of lessons in the best way to cover the school syllabus in the time available
to think about what materials we might need
to include enough variety across our lessons.
Shape of the lesson
Connections between aims and procedures
Materials available
Length of the lesson
Class profile
tasks
are the ones to help a particular groups of learners
Achieve the aim
Sequences may develop a single topic or language area.
Main
Subsidiary
Stage
Personal
Are activities and materials at the right level?
aims?
logical sequence?
Cut any?
level of difficulty
Exciting or calming activities
Aims
PPP or TBL
Receptive skills: pre-tasks, while and after reading or listening
Productive skills: Introductory stage, set the scene, input new language and feedback.
Will the topic be interesting and motivating for my learners?
Have I planned enough for the time available?
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