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Transcript of PLANNING
DEFINITION: A lesson plan is a set of notes that help us to think through what we are going to teach and how we are going to teach it. It guides us during and after the lesson.
The formal plan:
Should contain some or all of the following elements:
The planning after the lesson
The planning continuum
The way that teachers plan lessons depends upon the circumstances in which the lesson is to take place and on the teacher’s experience
What is a planning?
The planning during the lesson
Spratt, M; Pulverness, A and Williams, M, 2012. The TKT Course Modules 1 -3- Cambridge University Press
Before we start to make a lesson plan we need to consider a number of crucial factors
(Observation and content requisition) :
• Language level of our students
• their educational and cultural background
• their likely levels of motivation
• Their different learning styles.
• Write down aims and procedures: aims are specific and directed towards an outcome which can be measured.