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Lesson PlanningLesson plans are an effective way to communicate the structure of each individual planned lesson, to follow a curriculum that is usually set for that specific group within a stipulated time frame, usually 1 year. Being organised is a sign of a good teacher, and to have a lesson plan to follow, albeit one that diverts from the core, this form of communication shows discipline and good communication is an essential and fundamental part to teaching skilfully and effectively. TEFL lesson plans are the core structure to teaching a language to groups of people who are relying on their teacher to make it as painless and problem free as possible. The lesson plan is a tool which can be followed by anyone, so should the teacher be unable to attend on a certain day, another can step in, take the role over, and know exactly what is planned for that specific session. A well written lesson plan will show materials/resources required, objectives to be attained, context and focus for that day and time structure in place. A new teacher stepping in will have a hard enough time, not knowing the dynamics of that classroom, nor the exact level of the students, but if the lesson plan is followed, then the teacher should achieve what is expected. Another good point to make is that a lesson