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