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The 9 Best Ways To Finish EFL Lessons

how to finish EFL lessons effectively
It is as important to end an EFL lesson effectively as you start it. Your main aim is that your students leave the classroom with a good feeling about themselves and their learning. They should end their EFL lessons with a sense of achievement and the knowledge that...
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Do You Know What ECRIF Is?!

what ECRIF is
ECRIF stands for five phases of students’ learning: Encounter, Clarify, Remember, Internalize and Fluency. ECRIF is a framework for understanding learning, looking at how people learn rather than prescribing what teachers should or should not do. ECRIF framework focuses on the learning process that students go through as they...
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The 5 Key Components Of A Lesson Plan

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There are five main components of any successful lesson. You need to rethink of your lesson plan if you miss one of them. These five components are as follows: 1- Objectives: Write what you expect your students will do by the end of the lesson  e.g. by the...
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A Free Printable EFL Lesson Plan Template

editable EFL lesson plan template
All teachers should understand that a lesson plan is not an end but it is a means and indicator. For supervisors, a good written lesson plan indicates that the teacher has enough information about the lesson and he is well mentally prepared to teach it effectively because a...
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Six Things Must Be Included In A Lesson Plan

main elements to include in a lesson plan
A lesson plan is like a map that guides you while you are teaching. Planning your lessons beforehand is a must as it is the proof that you know what to do in the classroom. You are not required to write all details in your lesson plan provided...
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