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Lesson PlanningYou’re 30 minutes in to a 45 minute lesson; the students have finished their final activity and are looking up at you expectantly. What’s a teacher to do? The well-prepared teacher anticipated this moment and came up with a back-up activity when she was writing out her lesson plan the day before. A word search, a game of hangman, a discussion of a story in today’s newspaper: all great ideas for keeping student talk time high and using up unexpected extra time. There’s nothing worse for a student than watching the teacher flounder for ideas on how to keep her students occupied when she’s run out of material. Writing out a lesson plan prior to the class is one of the easiest ways a teacher can be successful in the classroom. Lesson plans not only keep the teacher organized and efficient during the lesson, but they allow the teacher the opportunity to review the lesson beforehand so she can anticipate any potential problems the students might have with the new language and consider how she will address them. By writing down the lesson plan, the teacher has a record of what was taught on that day. Most importantly, the teacher has an outline for the format of the day’s lesson, with a list of the necessary materials, expected times for each activity, and