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TEFL Lesson Planning – Basic Terminology & Guidelines

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Generally in education we have aims, goals and objectives. Aims are the final results aimed at in the whole educational process. An example of an aim is as follows: “To create suitable opportunities for the individuals to help them develop spiritually, morally, mentally and physically, according to the...
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The Five Main Stages Of A Model EFL Lesson

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1. Setting the Lesson Objectives It’s important to write SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Timed) objectives for your lessons. Here are some examples of this kind of objectives. Once you’ve have set your objectives, you need to think of the context or situations where the language is used....
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Five Typical Lesson Plans You Need To Have

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As a teacher of English to young learners, lesson planning is very important. As a matter of fact, lesson plans for teachers are considered as a road map for reaching the target learning outcomes and achieving the objectives of each lesson as quickly as possible. In the kindergarten...
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Top 50 Tips For Teachers To Improve Performance In The Classroom

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As a teacher, you need to reflect on your teaching practices frequently and take responsibility to improve your performance. Many aspects related to teaching e.g. lesson planning, classroom management techniques, language practice, … need to be improved from time to another so that you can boost your classroom...
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