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Planning lesson based on questions

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  • 1. Questions to be considered before Planning Lessons
    • What do the L´s need to learn or activate from this Session, Unit, Course?
    • Why should I teach This Session,Unit, Course?
    • How well do I understand the content of this Session,Unit, Course?
    • What activities will be included in this Session,Unit, Course?
    • How will the Session,Unit, Course connect to what students already know?
    • How much time will I need for each activity I have Selected.
  • 2.
    • How well do I understand the communicative competence?
    • Have I included the sounds, intonation, spelling, and meaning of the vocabulary
    • needed in this lesson?
    • Have I included the sociolingusitic context of the language used in this lesson?
  • 3.
    • How will I begin and conclude the Session,Unit, Course?
    • How much time have I planned for this session?
    • How will I deal with different students ability levels in the class?
    • What attention do I need to give other students while I am working with a small group?
    • How will I check on students understanding?
    • What role will I take on during the lesson?
  • 4.
    • 13 What management techniques will I incorporate?
    • 14 What grouping arrangements will I use?
    • 15 HOW USEFUL DO YOU THINK THESE KIND OF QUESTIONS ARE?
    • 16 Have you ever thought about these topics before each class begins?
    • 17 Can you add some more questions?
  • 5. HUMAN LEARNING
    • The goal of education is the facilitation of change and learning.
    • Learning to learn is more important than being taught.
    • - Effective Learning Strategies
    • - Promoting language use out of the class
    • - L´s taking control of their learning process