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When I just started teaching I often conducted impromptu lessons and the fact that they were pretty good and the students were generally happy made me debate against lesson planning even more. However, after 5-6 lessons with the same group, especially when you have more than 3-4 groups of students at about the same level, I had to realise how important lesson planning actually is. The fact is, without it I started to forget what I taught to which group, which examples I brought up etc. Also, because there was no backbone to my lessons, I'd often not be able to cover all the things I'd wanted to cover. Now, spending at least 30 mins before a lesson to make a swift plan helps me tremendously to always keep the lessons fresh and focused.