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Good teachers walk into their classrooms with a plan. A lesson plan is an extremely useful tool that works as a guide, resource, and log document reflecting our goals for our students, textbooks, teaching philosophy. It can be described as road map. A lesson plan is essential for teachers who have little or no experience and convenient for experienced ones. There is no correct format for a lesson plan. The most important thing about it is that it should be useful for the teacher and for anyone who is observing them. We need to know what to teach and in what order. The lesson plan is a checklist which helps us know what we want to do next; a lesson plan is also a record of what we did in class and it helps us to prepare assessments. If we know what we taught previously it is useful when we teach the same course again. It will be a guide to the substitute teacher if any class is missed. Moreover, as we expect our students to be prepared before the class, students have right to expect their teachers to do so. A good lesson plan doesn’t work individually. Teachers should prepare plans for the year and weekly and daily plans follow the general perspective. Therefore, a good lesson plan is not only a sequence of activities. It has links to various lessons