A lesson plan help us to think what we are going to teach and how would do it along the term. But, our lesson plan contain different components that we must follow. Some of them are:
- Class profile
- Timetable fit
- Aims (which we have already seen in the unit 19.)
- Anticipated problems
- Possible solutions
This is a huge list, however some teachers don’t follow these rules and some lesson plans don’t’ have all of these components, which ones do you use?
Besides, I found some interesting “tips” on the TKT coursebook, and I want to share them with you:
- “A lesson plan should be clear and easy to read during the lesson. Different colors, boxes, underlining, etc. are useful . It is often helpful to include drawings of the way the board will look at different stages.”
- “…to keep lesson plans as simple as possible…”
- “…younger learners need frequent changes of activity…”so as teachers we need to improve the variety of our activities.
I liked most the first one, I don’t know because I’m kind of a visual learner, but think about it and I hope these could help us as teachers now and in future.
YOU WILL FIND THE NEXT VOCABULARY ON THE FOLLOW EXERCISE:
|INTERACTION PATTERNS||ANTICIPATED PROBLEMS||TIMETABLE FIT|
|CLASS /LEARNER PROFILE||–||–|