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Having never created a lesson plan before, the task looks rather daunting at this stage. However, I'm sure that with time and practice (and perhaps with the benefit of being able to observe other teachers in the field), it will become second nature. I totally agree that especially in the beginning, having a lesson plan (even it's just a loose outline) is much better than having no plan at all to refer to. Without a written plan, the teacher and the students might as well just stare at each other during the whole class. I'm also a very firm believer in keeping accurate and sensible records that you (or anyone else) can easily refer back to in order to keep track of the teacher's and students' progress, as well has have the satisfaction of seeing how far you've come and developed as a teacher over time.