Lesson Planning II-
Procedure
Possible stages…..
Beginning
Middle
End
Possible stages…..
..of a receptive
skills lesson
Set a gist task
Read/listen
Peer check
Class feedback
Warmer/ lead in
(Pre-teach vocabulary)
Set a second task
Read/listen...
Possible stages…..
of a language
lesson
Controlled
practice
Warmer/ lead in
Language presentation
Freer practice
PPP
Restricted output
Warmer/ lead in
Clarification
Authentic output
ARC
(Scrivener)
Different models
eg…
PPP
TTT
TBL
For a video presentation on different
models of language presentation, look
under the ‘me...
Stage aims.
Why bother
with them?
They help to clarify the
purpose of an activity.
Remember they
are the..
‘Why?’
NOT the ‘What?’
Warmer
Authentic task
Language
clarification
Controlled practice
Freer practice
TestTeachTest
Warmer
Authentic task
Language
clarification
Controlled practice
Freer practice
To ensure learners have a good understandi...
Teacher
(T)
Teacher Students
(T-Ss)
Closed pairs
(S-S)
Students working
individually (S)
Group work –
teacher monitoring
(Ss)
T
T-Ss
T
S-S
T
T
T-Ss
Set a gist task
Read/listen
Peer check
Class feedback
Warmer/ lead in
(Pre-teach vocabulary)
Set a second task
Read/listen...
Set a gist task
Read/listen
Peer check
Class feedback
Warmer/ lead in
(Pre-teach vocabulary)
Set a second task
Read/listen...
Controlled
practice
Warmer/ lead in
Language presentation
Freer practice
PPP
Controlled
practice
Warmer/ lead in
Language presentation
Freer practice
PPP
The answer?
Be conservative
with your
timings….
….and keep an extra
something up your sleeve…
2 mins
5 mins
10 mins
2pm
2.06
2.16
2.19
How much
detail?
Lesson Planning I
Aims & the front page
Lesson Planning III
Anticipating problems
Lesson Planning II
Lesson Planning II
Lesson Planning II
Lesson Planning II
Lesson Planning II
Lesson Planning II
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The second in a 3 part series on lesson planning - this set of slides deals with the procedure page. For a free, voiced over presentation of this, visit elt-training.com

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Lesson Planning II

  1. 1. Lesson Planning II- Procedure
  2. 2. Possible stages…..
  3. 3. Beginning Middle End
  4. 4. Possible stages….. ..of a receptive skills lesson
  5. 5. Set a gist task Read/listen Peer check Class feedback Warmer/ lead in (Pre-teach vocabulary) Set a second task Read/listen Peer check Class feedback Language work/ productive skills practice
  6. 6. Possible stages….. of a language lesson
  7. 7. Controlled practice Warmer/ lead in Language presentation Freer practice PPP
  8. 8. Restricted output Warmer/ lead in Clarification Authentic output ARC (Scrivener)
  9. 9. Different models eg… PPP TTT TBL For a video presentation on different models of language presentation, look under the ‘methodology’ section at elt-training.com
  10. 10. Stage aims. Why bother with them? They help to clarify the purpose of an activity.
  11. 11. Remember they are the.. ‘Why?’ NOT the ‘What?’
  12. 12. Warmer Authentic task Language clarification Controlled practice Freer practice TestTeachTest
  13. 13. Warmer Authentic task Language clarification Controlled practice Freer practice To ensure learners have a good understanding of the meaning, form and pronunciation of the target language TestTeachTest To allow the teacher to judge how well the learners can use the target language To give learners an opportunity to consolidate their understanding of the target language To give learners an opportunity to use the target language in a more authentic way To engage learners and activate schemata
  14. 14. Teacher (T)
  15. 15. Teacher Students (T-Ss)
  16. 16. Closed pairs (S-S)
  17. 17. Students working individually (S)
  18. 18. Group work – teacher monitoring (Ss)
  19. 19. T T-Ss T S-S T T T-Ss
  20. 20. Set a gist task Read/listen Peer check Class feedback Warmer/ lead in (Pre-teach vocabulary) Set a second task Read/listen Peer check Class feedback Language work/ productive skills practice
  21. 21. Set a gist task Read/listen Peer check Class feedback Warmer/ lead in (Pre-teach vocabulary) Set a second task Read/listen Peer check Class feedback Language work/ productive skills practice
  22. 22. Controlled practice Warmer/ lead in Language presentation Freer practice PPP
  23. 23. Controlled practice Warmer/ lead in Language presentation Freer practice PPP
  24. 24. The answer? Be conservative with your timings….
  25. 25. ….and keep an extra something up your sleeve…
  26. 26. 2 mins 5 mins 10 mins
  27. 27. 2pm 2.06 2.16 2.19
  28. 28. How much detail?
  29. 29. Lesson Planning I Aims & the front page Lesson Planning III Anticipating problems
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