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Planning lesson based on q´s

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Planning lesson based on q´s

  1. 1. Questions to be considered before Planning Lessons1. What do the L´s need to learn or activate from this Session, Unit, Course?2. Why should I teach This Session,Unit, Course?3. How well do I understand the content of this Session,Unit, Course?4. What activities will be included in this Session,Unit, Course?5. How will the Session,Unit, Course connect to what students already know?6. How much time will I need for each activity I have Selected.
  2. 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. 3. 7. How will I begin and conclude the Session,Unit, Course?8. How much time have I planned for this session?9. How will I deal with different students ability levels in the class?10. What attention do I need to give other students while I am working with a small group?11. How will I check on students understanding?12. What role will I take on during the lesson?
  4. 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. 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
  6. 6. 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

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