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    • To get familiarized with the components of a lesson plan.
  • To plan a lesson.

2. PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA MADRE Y MAESTRA TESL TRAINING COURSE PROF.: MANUEL PERALTA SANTIAGO, MARCH 2012 3.

  • a. Objectives to develop:
  • the basic skills (speaking, reading, listening and writing) and,
  • the life skills (including cultural information)
  • b. Activities
  • controlled (e.g., repetition)
  • free format (e.g., interviewing each other).
  • Clustering according to the activity.
  • c. Materials and resources.
  • realia (reallife materials like bus schedules and childrens report cards)
  • visual aids, teachermade handouts, textbooks, flip chart and markers, overhead projector, tape recorder, laptops, etc.

4.

  • Warm-up/Review to activate the schema.
  • Introduction to a new lessonfocuses the learners attention on the objective of the new lesson. Relates the objective to their lives. (Meaningfulness)
  • Presentationintroduces new information, checks learner comprehension of the new material, and models the tasks that the learners will do in the practice stage
  • Practiceopportunities to practice/apply the new information. Production: Controlled/Free practice.
  • Evaluationhow well they have grasped the lesson. (Direct or Indirect)

5.

  • SequencingMove logically. Are transitions between activities smooth?
  • PacingAre activities the right length and varied?
  • Level of difficulty.
  • Accounting for individual differences. Are all students actively involved?
  • Monitoring learner versus teacher talk.
  • TimingWas the amount of time allotted for each part of the lesson sufficient? If the planned lesson finishes early, is there a backup activity ready?(Time-filler) If the lesson wasnt completed as planned, how can the next class be better. (reflective teaching)

6.

  • Class _________________Date______________________
  • Time: ________________
  • Lesson Objectives:
  • Language Skills:
  • Life Skills:
  • Materials: Equipment:
  • Stages of the Lesson
  • Warm Up/Review
  • Introduction
  • Presentation
  • Practice
  • Evaluation