To give the idea a more positive ring, this lesson plan introduces Room as a place where the things we find annoying are put away and eliminated from our lives.
It doesn't have to be difficult, though. A successful ESL lesson plan any lesson plan, really includes three major elements: Once you master the process of writing lesson plans, you'll find inspiration for them everywhere, it will seep out of the cracks in the sidewalks, it will come to you from every song you hear, you'll be able to do it in your sleep.
You might even wake up with lesson plans in mind because you had dreams about class. Lesson Plan Objective An objective is the first building block you'll need in order to write a successful ESL lesson plan.
Very simply put, the objective of your lesson is the thing you want your students to know or be able to do by the end of the lesson. Objectives often start out, "Students will be able to A grammar lesson might say, "Students will be able to recognize the differences between Present Simple and Present Continuous verbs, and they will be able to complete sentences with the correct verb tense.
If an activity is not building toward your end goal, you either need to scratch that activity or rewrite your objective. If one of your materials doesn't move your students toward achieving the objective, that material may not be necessary.
Once you have a clear objective, you can start planning your activities. Lesson Plan Activities There are four types of activities you should include in a lesson plan: You will teach some lessons over the course of one class period while others will take a week.
Not all lesson plans will be completed in an hour, and that's okay. Warm-Up The first activity you do should be a warm-up activity. Remember that your students haven't been thinking about the day's topic at all while you've been working on it for days. Also, you never know where your students are coming into class from.
If you have public school students, they're coming from home lives you probably know little about. If you have adult students, they could be coming from home or work, and it's impossible to predict what kind of day they've had. It will help focus their brains on what they're about to learn so they can pay better attention and retain more of the lesson.
When the students are in the right mindset for class after the warm-up, it's time for the presentation of new material. If you want, you can also review relevant, previously-taught material before jumping into something completely new. If you're teaching grammar, your presentation should include how to form a grammatical structure and how to use it.
Give lots of examples and answer relevant questions along the way. Practice After you explain something new, you should give your students several opportunities to practice using it, but in a controlled way.
You can't turn them loose to start using it however they please just yet. This part of the lesson is like riding a bike with training wheels. Rather than asking students to write original sentences with their new vocabulary words, have some fill-in-the-blank sentences prepared for them, or ask them to put words into categories.
If you've taught body partsfor example, they can categorize them based on whether they come in pairs or where they are on the body head, arms, legs, torso. In the same way, instead of telling students to write a story using the past tense, give them a story written in the present tense, and have them change the verbs into the past.
The idea behind the "practice" portion of the lesson is to let students practice using the new information without having to worry about any other variables. Production After a few practice activities, students should have a relatively firm grasp on the material you presented.ESL Lesson Plans: An ESL Teacher's Essential Guide to Lesson Planning, Including Samples and Ideas ~ (English As a Second Language Lesson Plans) - Kindle edition by Janie Espinal.
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