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In unit 9 I studied what to bear in mind when planning a lesson.
There are some basic principles on how a lesson plan should be written.
-keep it simple and clear
-not script the lesson
-keep the same structure
-write the anticipated time for each activity
-check if there is a balance of skills
-keep it flexible and open
In order to make sure that the lesson goes smoothly, the teacher should:
-check that she/he has the lesson and all the necessary materials and that the equipment works
-lay out the materials so as to easily find them
-arrange the seating
-make sure the board is clean
-ready to chat as students come to the class
And finally, What should be included in a lesson plan?
-learners objectives (what we expect the ss to learn by the end of the lesson)
-personal aims (what the teacher wishes to achieve as regards an area of her/his teaching)
-language point (the theme)
-teaching aids (materials)
-procedures (activities used to achieve the goal)
-phase (engage, study, activate)
-number of students