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I have made lesson plans before, but had never been formally instructed on other possible uses and reasons for making plans beyond the typical lesson guidance. I had not considered using them before as a system of tracking required student knowledge, and as well as anticipating student error. Flexibility in a lesson is always a must, especially when teaching new material or difficult material; I also wonder at the possibility of having multiple activate/study phases planned out in case the students cannot grasp the material using the intended lesson plan. This way the teacher has options planned beforehand (whether they use the activities or not) as a fail-safe way to ensure the students always receive the new language knowledge accurately.