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Unit 9 discusses how a TEFL teacher would approach lesson planning. Writing a lesson plan is great because it can serve as an aid to planning or to establish what you wish the students to achieve by the end of the lesson and all the stops to get to that point. It also will serve as something to refer back to during the lesson and as a record to keep track of what a class has done. Lesson plans should be simple, not scripted, and organized. A teacher should run through the lesson plan before the class to ensure that they have all the necessary aids and materials needed as well as ensuring that equipment is functional. A lesson plan will include the following: learner objectives, personal aims, language point, teaching aids, anticipated problems, procedure, phase [engage, study, activate], timing, interaction, class level, number of students, date/time and the names of teacher's and observers.