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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Why And How To Use Multimedia In EFL Class

why and how to use multimedia in EFL classes
There are various types of multimedia that we can use in an EFL lesson. Among these are DVDs, CDs, video clips, flash presentations, audio files, … etc. But why do you think we need to use multimedia in our lessons? The following are the main reasons. Maintaining a...
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Cambridge English Exams & How They Are Mapped To The CEFR

Cambridge English exams and CEFR
There are five main Cambridge English exams: Key English Test (KET), Preliminary English Test (PET), First Certificate in English (FCE), Certificate of Advanced English (CAE), and Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE). They design these exams to assess competency in English for learners of English as a second or...
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Why And How To Use Stories To Motivate Speaking In EFL Classes

use stories to motivate speaking in EFL classes
“Storytelling” … Why? As we all know, stories have always played a significant role in children’s growth. Stories not only help in stimulating children’s imagination and understanding of the world but also in developing their language ability and appreciation of literature. So, I highly recommend storytelling in EFL...
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The Six Main Myths About The Teaching Of Listening

listening myths
There are six myths or half-truths that are related to the teaching of listening during the process of language learning. They are false rituals which need to be analysed and put into question. Let’s consider them. 1. Listening can’t be taught: In fact, there are many things teachers...
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