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Introducing The Present Simple For The First Time

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Warm-up Activity Revising the present progressive by doing actions (given that it was presented before) Pretend that you read a book and ask: What am I doing, now? Eliciting: “You are reading a book” Ask some students to pretend to do some actions and ask other students: What...
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What Every Novice Teacher Must Know About Lesson Planning

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Lesson planning is very important for all teachers especially beginner ones because an effective lesson plan usually leads to effective teaching. Planning a lesson effectively is not as easy as you think. This matter needs practice and awareness of some principles first. Here are the three main principles...
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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 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 nature...
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My Shortcut For Effective TEFL Lesson Planning

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What is Lesson Planning? What is a lesson plan? Why is it important to plan every lesson? What are the principles of lesson planning? You can find the answers to these questions in this post: What Every EFL Teacher Ought to Know About Lesson Planning. What Should Be...
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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 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 end...
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