Planning III - Anticipating problems

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Planning III - Anticipating problems

  1. 1. Lesson Planning III Anticipating problems
  2. 2. I don’t anticipate any problems…
  3. 3. ..don’t forget the solutions… What are you going to do?! (these need to be on your lesson plan, too!)
  4. 4. Whatisn’t an anticipated problem? I might forget my board pens
  5. 5. Whatisn’t an anticipated problem? They might not understand my instructions These are within your control
  6. 6. Linguistic or non-linguistic problems…
  7. 7. Non-linguistic problems…
  8. 8. My YouTube videomight not play ..with the classroom
  9. 9. …with the learners
  10. 10. …with the learners
  11. 11. Linguistic problems…
  12. 12. Meaning Form Pronunciation
  13. 13. Vocabulary Looking for what might be difficult….
  14. 14. An example… S p i n s t e r Meaning
  15. 15. Spinster = unmarried woman But also… ..negative connotations ..rather archaic
  16. 16. Is this a woman or a man? Is she married? Is it polite? Is it used very often now? What do we usually say now? CCQs
  17. 17. Spinster Form Count noun Pronunciation /’spɪnstə/
  18. 18. Structures
  19. 19. Meaning Form Pronunciation
  20. 20. An example…. It’s a lovely day, isn’t it? You went to Ibiza, didn’t you? Question tags
  21. 21. An example…. It’s a lovely day, isn’t it? You went to Ibiza, didn’t you? Meaning Real question?
  22. 22. An example…. It’s a lovely day, isn’t it? You went to Ibiza, didn’t you? Meaning
  23. 23. An example…. It’s a lovely day, isn’t it? You went to Ibiza, didn’t you? Form
  24. 24. An example…. It’s a lovely day, isn’t it? You don’t have a dog, do you? Form
  25. 25. An example…. It’s a lovely day, isn’t it? You don’t have a dog, do you? You can swim, can’t you? You went to Ibiza, didn’t you?
  26. 26. Solution… Analyse the language yourself first – do your research! Clear explanation Clear examples on board Opportunities for controlled and freer practice
  27. 27. An example…. You went to Ibiza, didn’t you? It’s a lovely day, isn’t it? Pronunciation
  28. 28. Solution… Lots of drilling Opportunity to practice Correction
  29. 29. Another example…. I’ve been on a safari Present perfect for experience
  30. 30. Meaning I’ve been on a safari I went on a safari
  31. 31. Solution Solution Concept checking Time lines Opportunity for contrastive practice
  32. 32. I’ve been on a safari Form have + past participle
  33. 33. Solution Solution Teach/test irregular past participles Opportunity for practice
  34. 34. I’ve been on a safari Pronunciation I have = I’ve been = /bɪn/
  35. 35. Solution Solution Drill and correct Raise awareness of weak forms
  36. 36. Lesson Planning I Aims & the front page Lesson Planning II Procedure

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